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ARRI Executive Board Member Dr. Michael Neuhaeuser Leaving Company

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ARRI Executive Board member, Dr. Michael Neuhaeuser, has decided to leave the company with Executive Board Chair, Dr. Matthias Erb, to temporarily assume his responsibilities.

After more than four successful years at ARRI, Dr. Neuhaeuser has decided to devote himself
to other new professional challenges.

Chairman of ARRI’s Supervisory Board, Prof. Dr. Hans-Joerg Bullinger, released a statement, declaring, “On behalf of the Supervisory Board, I would like to thank Dr. Michael Neuhaeuser for his outstanding efforts and accomplishments for the ARRI Group. We very much regret this decision and wish him all the best for the future both personally and professionally.”

Dr. Neuhaeuser has been a member of ARRI’s Executive Board since 2018, his areas of responsibility including technology, production, supply chain, and purchasing. In his role as Executive Board member at ARRI, he set
important technological and strategic directions for the company, was responsible for a number of product innovations, including the ALEXA 35 camera, and led the company through the coronavirus pandemic.

Until the end of December 2022, Dr. Michael Neuhaeuser will hand over his tasks to Dr. Erb, who will
take over those responsibilities temporarily in order to ensure a smooth transition.

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