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EMEA Judith Wieand Communications Director, Aegis Media C&E Europe Aegis Media Central Services GmbH Kreuzberger Ring 19, 65205 Wiesbaden Germany, Central & Eastern Europe T: +49 (0) 611 97 88 – 424 M: +49 (0) 172 614 08 73 E: email@example.com
Shareholders and governance The company is governed by a board of directors, whose current members include John Napier (Chairman), Jerry Buhlmann (CEO, Aegis group plc and Aegis Media), Harold Mitchell (Executive Chairman, Aegis Media Pacific), Nick Priday (Chief Financial Officer) and 5 other non-executive Directors. French corporate raider Vincent Bolloré began mopping up shares in the company in 2006. In April 2008, he is registered as the largest single shareholder in the company with a 29.9% stake. He has repeatedly requested board representation, but shareholders have rebutted his overtures four times.
He is a close personal friend of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy. It has been said that their friendship goes back over 20 years. Sarkozy has been criticized for accepting vacations from Bolloré, as did president Georges Pompidou with Vincent's father, Michel Bolloré. They have both claimed that no conflict of interest exists.
Currently a relocation to Wiesbaden heritage home is planned, which houses the headquarters of the U.S. Army Europe ( USAREUR is). The sources can also be seen that the Darmstadt Training Center and thus the Dagger Complex so long remains in operation, have been built up new facilities in Wiesbaden, Germany. On the local airfield heritage home until probably the end of 2015 the so-called Consolidated Intelligence Center built. There will bug-proof offices and a high-tech control center, which will be used by the NSA.
Describing German intelligence cooperation with the NSA, he said that Germany wasn't partnering at the same level as Britain, Australia, Canada or New Zealand, but that it was "sort of in the next tier where they exchange information all the time."
In July 2008, the 66th MI Group was redesignated as the 66th MI Brigade and in September of that year, the Brigade moved from Darmstadt to Wiesbaden Army Airfield, Germany.
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