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Luka Mucic appointed as Chief Financial Officer of SAP effective July 1st, 2014

Walldorf, Germany - The Supervisory Board of SAP AG has appointed Luka Mucic as Chief Financial Officer of SAP AG, effective July 1st, 2014. Luka Mucic is the successor of Werner Brandt, who will, as planned, withdraw from the Executive board by that time.

“Luka Mucic is an internationally experienced financial expert and leader, with the highest reputation and trust throughout the company“, says Werner Brandt, Chief Financial Officer and Director of Employee Relations of SAP. “I am very excited about his future appointment as CFO; Luka not only has an outstanding expertise in all business areas of SAP, but has also gained valuable international experience during his career at SAP. Over the next nine months, we will ensure a seamless transition of responsibility for the Finance department”.

Luka Mucic, a lawyer and economist, graduated from University of Heidelberg, Business School Mannheim and ESSEC Paris and started his career at the legal department of SAP in 1996. After various finance leadership positions, he served from 2008 to 2012 as Chief Financial Officer of the German operations of the company. He currently is member of the Global Managing Board of SAP and responsible for Global Finance. Mucic has grown up in Walldorf and will continue to work at the Headquarters of the company.

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