Sibylle Oser appointed as new Managing Director of the Forum Train Europe

The Executive Board of FTE has appointed a new Managing Director of Forum Train Europe FTE. Sibylle Oser (born 1966, Swiss citizen), currently Head for the Market Italy at SBB Passenger traffic, was chosen to head the FTE association.

She will be succeeding Peter Jäggy, who having served in this function for many years, stepped down from the post at his own request. He will among others, continue actively the further processing of the TTR implementation as Project Manager FTE.

In appointing Sibylle Oser, the members of the Executive Board FTE have enlisted the services to a personality with conceptual and strategic approach who has excellent knowledge of the international railway business in the passengers and the goods-sector and for several years was part of the management team of various internationally active companies.

Sibylle Oser has degree in Law of the University of Basel and is admitted to the bar in Switzerland. In post degree studies she got a Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) in mediation and an Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) degree from the University of St. Gallen with a specialty in change management. Sibylle Oser is mother of two grown-up sons. She lives in Basel and speaks several languages.

We are very pleased to have the qualified expert Sibylle Oser on bord and wish her every success and satisfaction in her new position. We are convinced she will hold in the best interests of the FTE organisation and the members of FTE. Sibylle Oser will take up her activities within FTE from January 1st, 2018. Until then continuity is ensured by Peter Jäggy.

We thank Peter Jäggy for his long-lasting and engaged efforts as Secretary General and we wish him every success in his new function.

The FTE, which has some 90 members across 31 European countries, serves as a coordination platform for railway undertakings and service companies. Its purpose is to harmonize international production plans and train path requests for cross-border passenger and freight transport by rail.


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