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Press release BKR International - At the recent BKR International Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Annual General Meeting held in Vienna, it was announced that Arcangelo Agogliati, a partner at DITRAG, BKR International's Milan member firm, has been appointed to succeed Nilesh Shah (Blick Rothenberg, London) as BKR International's EMEA Chair, at the end of his tenure. The Board also announced that the new EMEA Vice Chair would be Ulrich Viefers, from WWS Wirtz, Walter, Schmitz GmbH, Mönchengladbach, Germany. Both take over their roles on 1st July 2016 and will be in post for two years.

BKR International Chair, Howard Rosen, commented 'Arcangelo and Ulrich will make a great team when they take over. They know BKR, the EMEA region and each other well and are in a great position to take forward their predecessors' work'.

Incoming BKR EMEA Chair, Arcangelo Agogliati, said 'I am really looking forward to this new role working with BKR International's member firms in the EMEA region. There is a lot going on in the region that will present both challenges and opportunities. It will be an interesting time'.

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