Homburg Invest announces new Board Member (CA)

Homburg Invest Inc. has announced the appointment of Mr. Hartmut Fromm to its non-statutory Advisory Board. The appointment was effective as of July 1, 2006.

Mr. Fromm is a senior founding and named partner with the law firm, Buse Heberer Fromm, in Germany. He has extensive experience in corporate law, international tax law, trust law, European Union law and EU corporate law, including mergers and acquisitions and banking and securities.

Most recently he has advised on taxation matters in the refinancing, sale and purchase of parts of de Haviland/Canadair and Dornier. He is on the Boards of Directors and Supervisory Boards of 10 other leading companies in Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

Mr. Fromm is also the author of several books on corporate law, state and administrative law as well as articles on international and environmental law.

He is listed on Who's Who, Martindale Hubbell, and Deutsche Anwaltsadresse. He speaks English, German and French.

Richard Homburg, the Chairman and CEO of Homburg Invest Inc., welcomed Mr. Fromm's appointment, saying: "The company will benefit from Mr. Fromm's corporate law expertise and his strong understanding of strategic partnerships. He will be an important part of Homburg Invest's plans for growth in Canada, Europe and the United States."

Mr. Fromm joins existing Advisory Board members, Mr. Evert Brouwers and Prof. Dr. Willem Vermeend.

Mr. Brouwers has a long and distinguished career in journalism and business. As Director General for The Netherlands Government Information Service he acted as spokesman for the Prime Minister, and the Dutch Royal Family. He has also served as spokesman for Phillips Electronics worldwide.

Dr. Vermeend is senior counsel with Boer & Croon Strategy Management Group and Professor of European Fiscal Economics at University of Maastricht. He is Chairman of several public company supervisory boards, a member of the Dutch Parliament and has served as State Secretary of Finance and Minister of Labour and Social Affairs.

Source: Homburg Invest

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