Lars Korinth appointed Head of Investor Relations in the Volkswagen Group

Maleen Bösenberg
Maleen Bösenberg
Corporate Communications Spokesperson People & HR
Lars Korinth
Lars Korinth to become new Head of Investor Relations for the Volkswagen Group
  • Lars Korinth, currently Head of Investor Relations at TRATON SE, will be responsible for Investor Relations at Volkswagen AG from autumn 2023 onwards.  
  • Rolf Woller, Head of Group Treasury and Investor Relations: "With Lars Korinth, we are gaining a proven expert who, as a former analyst and with his knowledge of different industrial sectors, the energy industry and the banking sector, will enrich the team and provide strong impetus”.

Wolfsburg. Lars Korinth will become the new Head of Investor Relations in the Volkswagen Group from autumn 2023 onwards. In this role, he succeeds Julian Krell, who is leaving the company at his own request on June 30, 2023. Korinth already knows the company from his time as Senior Investor Relations Manager at Volkswagen and most recently as Head of Investor Relations at TRATON SE. In his new role, Lars Korinth will report to Rolf Woller, Head of Group Treasury and Investor Relations.

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