Plaut Reshuffles Executive Board

Munich/Salzburg (ots/PROTEXT) - Plaut Aktiengesellschaft (Securities Identification Number 918 703) announces that its Chief Financial Officer, Erwin Schilliger, will leave the company after the ordinary Annual General Meeting on June 1, 2001, since he can no longer be available on a full-time basis for private reasons. He will continue to advise the Management Consultant Group as a consultant for several months. The duties of the Chief Financial Officer will be assumed until further notice by Chief Executive Officer Erich Lebeiner. He will be assisted by the Director of Finance, Johann Zwicklhuber, who offers the relevant competency due to his many years of knowledge of the company and his qualifications in the area of finance and controlling. About Plaut Plaut AG is an independent, internationally operating consulting group with currently 34 subsidiaries in 18 countries. As a full solution provider with a portfolio ranging from strategy consulting to IT-outsourcing, and with sales revenues of ca. EUR 291 million in 2000, Plaut is one of the worldwide leading management consulting firms. Since November 9, 1999, Plaut AG, Salzburg, has been listed on the "Neuer Markt" of Frankfurt Stock Exchange (PUT; SCN 918 703). ots Original Text Service: Plaut AG Internet: Please find further information about the consulting group Plaut under or at: Plaut Aktiengesellschaft Monika Kretzschmar Moserstrasse 33A A-5020 Salzburg Tel. +43 (0)662 4092-60 Fax +43 (0)662 4092-15 Kirchhoff Consult AG Frank Schwarz Savignystraße 18 D-60325 Frankfurt Tel: +49 (0)69 7474 86 0 Fax: +49 (0)69 7474 86 20

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