At its meeting on 20 September 2023, the Board of Directors appointed Roman Schuppisser (48) as the new head of the Products & Services business division and member of the Executive Board. He will succeed Rudolf Bruder, who left the company of his own volition at the start of summer 2023.
“The members of the Executive Board are delighted to be working with Roman Schuppisser going forward. I’m especially delighted that Roman was successful as an internal candidate in an extremely competitive field of applicants. On behalf of the Executive Board and our Board of Directors, I wish him every success and hope he enjoys his new role,” says Roman Sonderegger, CEO of the Helsana Group. “Roman has been at Helsana for some time now and knows the Group inside out. He is ideally equipped to manage the division. And all of us at Helsana greatly appreciate his expertise and personality.”
Roman Schuppisser himself says: “Our customers will continue to experience outstanding service from our employees. We are committed to ensuring our healthcare system remains affordable, accessible to all and high quality going forward. Furthermore, we will offer specific products and services that better meet the needs of our customers.”
Having joined Helsana in April 2015 as Head of Risk Management and Corporate Development, Roman Schuppisser became Head of Customer Service for the Central Plateau Region in 2018. Since 2021 he has been in charge of Strategy and Controlling at Helsana. In this role, he also serves as deputy CFO and a member of the Board of Directors of Helsana HealthInvest AG, a subsidiary corporate venture of Helsana.
Schuppisser is a certified auditor and has undergone further training in strategic management and digital transformation over the past few years. He spent the entirety of his professional career before joining Helsana in the insurance sector and is well connected as a result.
Roman Schuppisser will assume the management of the Products & Services business division at Helsana, subject to no objections from the supervisory authorities, as of 1 October 2023 at the latest.
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