TUI: Helen Murano and Christian Baier appointed to the supervisory board of TUI AG

The local court in Hanover has appointed Helen Murano (55) and Christian Baier (45) as members of the supervisory board of TUI AG with retroactive effect from 31 May 2022. Both succeed Alexei Mordashov and Vladimir Lukin, who resigned from their mandates on the supervisory board of TUI AG. early March. Christian Baier will also become a member of the audit committee.

About the TUI Group

TUI Group is one of the world’s leading tourism groups and operates worldwide. The group is headquartered in Germany. TUI shares are listed on the FTSE 250, an index of the London Stock Exchange, on the regulated market of the Hanover Stock Exchange and on the Open Market segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The TUI Group offers integrated services from a single source for its 27 million customers, including 21 million in European national companies.

The entire tourism value chain is covered under one roof. This includes over 400 hotels and resorts with premium brands such as RIU, TUI Blue and Robinson and 16 cruise ships, from MS Europa and MS Europa 2 in luxury class and expedition ships to the Mein Schiff fleet of TUI Cruises and cruise ships at Marella Cruises in Great Britain. The group also includes leading tour operator brands and online marketing platforms across Europe, five airlines with over 100 modern medium and long-haul aircraft and over 1,000 travel agencies. In addition to extending its core business to hotels, cruises through successful joint ventures and activities in holiday destinations, TUI is increasingly focusing on expanding digital platforms. The Group is transforming into a digital company.

Global responsibility for sustainable economic, ecological and social action is at the heart of our corporate culture. The TUI Care Foundation, initiated by TUI, focuses on the positive effects of tourism, on education and training and on strengthening environmental and social standards with projects in 25 countries. It thus supports holiday destinations in their development.

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