Maxeon Solar Technologies’ new CFO Kai Strohbecke (in the picture) will join in place of Joanne Solomon, with effect from March 15, 2021 after the company files its annual report. (Photo Credit: Maxeon Solar Technologies, Ltd.)
- Maxeon Solar Technologies has brought on board Kai Strohbecke as the new CFO for the company
- He will be stationed in Singapore headquarters of the company and report directly to CEO Jeff Waters
- Strohbecke will join in place of current CFO Joanne Solomon who will retire following an orderly transition through May 31, 2021
Maxeon Solar Technologies Eying Growth In Distributed Generation Segment; Ralf Elias To Lead As Executive Vice President & Global Head Of Distributed Generation Products
(07. April 2021)
Maxeon Solar Technologies Appoints New Human Resources & Legal Heads; Announces Total & TZS Designees Among Its Board Of Directors
(18. September 2020)
Singapore headquartered solar PV panel manufacturer Maxeon Solar Technologies has announced the appointment of the company’s new Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Kai Strohbecke who will assume his responsibilities on March 15, 2021 once the company files its annual report.
Strohbecke will succeed current CFO Joanne Solomon who will retire on May 31, 2021, after an orderly transition of duties, stated the management.
Having worked in the semiconductor industry for 26 years, Strohbecke comes to Maxeon Solar from Micron Technology where he was the company’s vice president finance and global operations controller. He has also worked with Taiwanese memory semiconductor manufacturer Inotera Memories, Infineon and Siemens Semiconductor Group.
“We are thrilled to have Kai join our leadership team at Maxeon. His extensive international experience leading finance organizations in large technology manufacturing companies will serve the company and our shareholders well,” said Maxeon Solar Technologies CEO, Jeff Waters. “Kai’s business acumen and his experience as a public company CFO make him the right choice to lead our finance and IT organizations, and to continue the momentum that Joanne has created around our strategic growth plans.”
Strohbecke will be stationed in Singapore, and report directly to Waters.
His appointment follows several other senior level appointments the module maker has been making to expand its leadership team post becoming an independent public entity listed on the NASDAQ (see Maxeon Solar Expands Senior Leadership Team).