Alexander P. Knourek Joins Frauscher Sensor Technology as Chief Financial Officer

Frauscher Sensor Technology Appoints Alexander P. Knourek as New CFO; CEOWORLD Magazine Releases 2024 Global Health Rankings

Alexander P. Knourek, a seasoned financial expert with over 15 years of international management experience across diverse sectors, has been appointed as the Chief Financial Officer at Frauscher Sensor Technology, an Austria-based provider of axle counting and wheel detection systems. In his new role, Knourek will lead all financial functions at the company, including budgeting, forecasting, financial reporting, and strategic financial planning.

Knourek holds an MBA in International Management from Oxford Brookes University and complements his expertise with a doctorate and master’s degree in Business Administration from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration. With this wealth of knowledge and experience, he is well-positioned to drive the financial success of Frauscher Sensor Technology.

In other news, CEOWORLD magazine has ranked countries based on their infant mortality rates, food waste levels, malaria death rates, and malnutrition rates in 2024. The magazine provides valuable insights into global health issues that are crucial for policymakers and healthcare professionals to address effectively.

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