Supervisory Board

Erhard Grossnigg

Dr. Erhard F. Grossnigg | Chairman

During his 33-year career at E.F.Grossnigg Finanzberatung und TreuhandgesmbH, Dr. Grossnigg focused on the restructuring of companies in many different sectors. Several investments were made and supervised in medium-sized companies through grosso holding GmbH and the Austro Holding GmbH. Dr. Erhard F. Grossnigg holds various positions as advisor and supervisory board member in Austrian companies.

Bernhard Chwatal

Mag. Bernhard Chwatal | Deputy Chairman

Bernhard Chwatal is an experienced consultant whose services are focused on restructuring. He is managing director and owner of Cablerunner International (installation of glass fiber grids) and Global Health (biotech). He is currently presiding over these companies' growth. Bernhard Chwatal lead managed the restructuring of Flora Apotheken Genossenschaft, of the Hoffmann Group, of Anker Brot and of CEE Immobilien Dev AG.

Ed Wu | Member

After having completed his studies at Ohio State University, Ed Wu worked for many years as an electronic engineer. This included a two-decade stint at Digital Equipment Corporation. In 2001, Ed Wu was commissioned by Foxconn to develop its new “server and storage” division. Wu's efforts led to Foxconn's becoming the world's largest producer in this area. Ed Wu serves as Foxconn's Corporate Executive Vice President, and as Chairman of the Supervisory Board at Ennoconn Corporation.

Steve Chu | Member

Steve Chu holds a degree in electrical engineering. He worked for Foxconn from 2002 – 2011. Subsequent to that, he was appointed CEO of Ennoconn Corporation, which, under his leadership, was listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange. In addition to his work for Ennoconn, Steve Chu is CEO of Goldtek Technology, and Member of the Board at Ennoconn International Investment Co., Ltd. Chu also serves on the boards of EnnoMech Precision Co., Ltd. and of CASwell, Inc.

Max Lee | Member

Max Lee oversees the corporate strategy and investment at Ennoconn Corporation.  Before joining Ennoconn, he spent eight years as the head of strategic investment of Foxconn Group, where he was also responsible for investor relations and public relations for a period of time.  Prior to that, Max led the market and competitive intelligence team in Q-Cells, Germany, after his career as an equity research analyst at Morgan Stanley.