Thomas Hinderling has joined Wincasa in 2017. He played a decisive role in setting up the Mixed-Use Site Management (MUSM) department, which has been in existence for five years, and initially managed the projects in the Zurich area. From 2019, he was assigned the management of the MUSM German-speaking Switzerland division. In this role, he was responsible for the subdivision within Center & Mixed-Use Site Management (CMSM) and was the deputy division manager CMSM. As of May 1, 2022, he will become the new Head of CMSM at Wincasa and thus a member of the Executive Board.
Hinderling comments: “Taking over the CMSM management from Felix Kubat fills me with joy and pride. The two of us have worked very well together in the past and have been able to successfully launch many projects. Now it’s a matter of continuing to drive this work forward together with my new team, because there is still a lot of potential.”
The CMSM division has been headed by Felix Kubat since the end of 2019. During his tenure, he successfully developed and implemented a new strategy for the division. This included, among other things, the establishment of two CMSM sites. In addition, he led the business unit confidently through the Corona crisis. He is leaving the company at his own request and will in future devote himself to management and teaching at a commercial vocational school.
Philipp Arnold is the new Head of MUSM German-speaking Switzerland. He has been with Wincasa since 2014, starting as Center Manager Center Regensdorf & HUB and then taking over as Head of MUSM Hub Zurich in January 2020.
Oliver Hofmann, CEO of Wincasa, states: “I would like to sincerely thank Felix Kubat for his valuable commitment and the good cooperation. The fact that we were able to nominate Thomas Hinderling as the new Head of CMSM and Philipp Arnold as the new Head of MUSM German-speaking Switzerland and to arrange the succession internally is very pleasing. We are convinced that this personnel solution will enable us to further strengthen our position in the market.”