15/05/2009 Ad-hoc News EN
Christian Steiner

SHS VIVEON AG announces changes in the Board of Directors

SHS VIVEON AG / Change of Personnel/Letter of Intent

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Martinsried, May 15, 2009 - SHS VIVEON AG, Europe's leading supplier of
customer management solutions, announces changes in the Board of Directors.
CEO Dirk Roesing will change to the Supervisory Board of SHS VIVEON AG as
of October 1, 2009. Provided that he is elected, he will take the chair in
the Supervisory Board. Dirk Roesing chairs the Board of Directors of SHS
VIVEON AG since January 1, 2003 and has substantially promoted the
restructuring and realignment of the company. With today's announced sale
of the Spanish subsidiary SHS Polar this process is completed. Therefore
Dirk Roesing will now withdraw from the operational day-to-day business. As
one of the major shareholders of SHS VIVEON AG he will actively follow the
further development of the company in his position as chairman of the
Supervisory Board. The election of Dirk Roesing to become a member of the
Supervisory Board is planned to take place in the annual shareholder
meeting on June 23, 2009.

Furthermore, the Chief Financial Officer of SHS VIVEON AG, Wolfgang Brand,
will leave the company on his own wish in order to turn to new career
challenges outside SHS VIVEON Group on June 30, 2009. Wolfgang Brand in his
more than six years successful career at SHS VIVEON AG has made a
substantial contribution to the execution of the financial restructuring
and has played an active role in the strategic realignment of the company.
After the successful completion of the recapitalisation of the company in
the past months he will now present the financials 2008 in the annual
shareholder meeting and after that exit the Board of Directors. Mr. Brand
will stay associated with the company as a shareholder after his exit and
will act as an advisor.

The supervisory board thanks Dirk Roesing and Wolfgang Brand for their
extraordinary engagement and the outstanding work delivered in the past

With the exit of Dirk Roesing, Stefan Gilmozzi will take over the lead of
SHS VIVEON AG as of October 1, 2009. Since October 1, 2006 he as a member
of the Board of Directors is in charge of the very successful international
consulting unit which represents the biggest business area of SHS VIVEON

The changes in the Board of Directors are carried out in the best
consensual matter and guarantee a controlled hand over of responsibilities
as well as the continuity in the management.

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Additional information on SHS VIVEON AG:

SHS VIVEON AG is a pan-European business and IT consulting firm for
customer management solutions, with a range of products specializing in
customer risk management. SHS VIVEON AG, based in Martinsried (by Munich),
is listed in Frankfurt Stock Exchange's Prime Standard and has a presence
in three European countries with two subsidiaries and six locations: SHS
VIVEON GmbH (D) and SHS VIVEON Schweiz AG (CH). SHS VIVEON is one of
Europe's leading providers for customer management with around 250
employees and in excess of 150 customers in 15 countries, of which 30% are
included in Fortune 500 International. SHS VIVEON's customers include
well-known companies from the financial services, industrial and retail and
telecommunications segments, including BayWa, BMW Financial Services,
Credit Suisse, Daimler, Deutsche Telekom, Ingram Micro, RaabKarcher,
Telefonica o2, Orange and SüdLeasing. Further information on the company
can be found at: www.The-Customer-Management-Company.com

Wolfgang Brand
Tel.: +49 (0)89 - 747257-0
Email: Investor.Relations@SHS-VIVEON.com

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Language: English
Fraunhoferstraße 12
82152 Martinsried bei München
Phone: +49 (0)89 747-257-0
Fax: +49 (0)89 747-257-10
E-mail: investor.relations@shs-viveon.com
Internet: www.shs-viveon.com
Listed: Regulierter Markt in Frankfurt (Prime Standard); Freiverkehr
in Berlin, Stuttgart, München

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