CEO of the Year Obermatt Pin


Mid-sized Companies: Switzerland – 2011

Published: 2011-05-02

Below are all the winners in the competition Mid-sized Companies, Switzerland, 2011. Publicly-listed companies are included in this competition when they meet this criterion:

Criteria to participate: Companies with revenues between 0.1 and $2 bn.

All Winners in the Market

The gold winners are the top three on the list. These CEOs receive an Obermatt gold pin – an 18-karat gold pin that is personally presented to the winners in recognition of their outstanding performance. The next best CEOs up to 10th place are the silver winners. The bronze winners are all those CEOs that outperformed the market with a ranking over 50.


Combined Performance

These CEOs showed the best overall performance in growth, operating efficiency and investment performance.

In the Multi-year rankings, you can see cumulative performance for each CEO over the years.

Growth Performance

These CEOs drove the highest growth among their peers.

In the Multi-year rankings, you can see cumulative performance for each CEO over the years.

Operating Performance

These CEOs managed their companies most efficiently and delivered the strongest profit growth compared with their peers.

In the Multi-year rankings, you can see cumulative performance for each CEO over the years.

Investment Performance

These CEOs pursued strategies and made investments which attracted investors the most. As such, they achieved the highest Total Shareholder Returns (TSR) amongst their peers.

Pin CEO Rank
Gold
Podium
Matthias Bopp (Micronas)
98
Thomas Seiler (u-blox)
97
Silvan G.-R. Meier (Meier Tobler)
96
Silver
Top 10
David Dean (Bossard)
93
This E. Schneider (Forbo)
91
Felix Sulzberger (Calida)
88
Raymond Stauffer (Tornos)
88
Dr. Luciano Gabriel (PSP Swiss Property)
86
Martin Kall (TX Group)
86
Andreas Andreades (Temenos Group)
85
Bronze
Outperformer
Benedikt A. Goldkamp (Phoenix Mecano)
83
Riet Cadonau (dormakaba)
82
Lukas Winkler (Inficon)
82
Urs Kessler (Jungfraubahn)
82
Valentin Vogt (Burckhardt Compression)
81
Dr. Paul Van Iseghem (LEM)
81
Tim Talaat (Looser)
81
Dr. Hans-Peter Zehnder (Zehnder Group)
80
Heinz Loosli (Feintool)
78
Andreas Gisler (IVF Hartmann)
78
Stephan Wintsch (Metall Zug)
78
Marco Syfrig (Burkhalter)
76
Stefan Riva (agta record)
76
Dr. Jacques Sanche (Bucher)
75
Martin Lehmann (mobilezone)
75
Dr. Daniele Lotti (SES)
75
Klaus Kappeler (Goldbach Group)
74
Magdalena Martullo-Blocher (EMS-Chemie)
73
Markus Graf (Swiss Prime Site)
73
Dr. Beat Kälin (Komax)
72
Erwin Stoller (Rieter)
72
Dr. Heinz O. Baumgartner (Schweiter Technologies)
72
Urs Kaufmann (Huber+Suhner)
71
Dr. Jean Gérard Villot  (Hügli)
71
Valentin Chapero (Sonova)
68
Jean-Claude Philipona (Adval Tech)
67
Peter Pauli (Meyer Burger)
67
Hans-Rudolf Mooser (BVZ)
67
Rene Kamm (MCH Group)
63
Dr. Christoph Caviezel (Mobimo)
61
Jost Sigrist (Schlatter)
61
Dr. Frank Brinken (Starrag)
60
Eric Aigroz (Zwahlen & Mayr)
60
Paul Schneider (Baloise Wohnbauten)
60
Andreas Meldau (Coltene)
57
Thomas E. Kern (Flughafen Zürich)
57
Paul Zumbühl (Interroll)
57
Dr. Andrew Walo (Centralschweizerische Kraftwerke)
57
Jean-Pascal Bobst (Bobst)
56
Dr. Paul J. Hälg (Dätwyler)
56
Bruno Bettoni (Allreal)
55
André Maeder (Charles Vögele)
55
Dr. Roland Küpfer (Cicor Technologies)
54
Peter Studer (Cham Paper Group)
53
Hans-Peter Rohner (PubliGroupe)
52

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In the Multi-year rankings, you can see cumulative performance for each CEO over the years.


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