Joe Kaeser

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Joe Kaeser is associated, including China and Latin America. Most recently, Joe Kaeser has been quoted saying: “I can imagine a future in which we give investors the opportunity to invest not just in the companies Siemens Healthineers or Siemens-Gamesa renewable energy, but also in a high-performing digital industry business. We have just raised our profit guidance for 2017 and have increased our dividend three years in a row. I wouldn't end such a streak for no reason.” in the article Siemens considers U.S. listing of healthcare arm - CEO in Euro am Sonntag. An other article where Joe Kaeser has been quoted is Siemens shareholders tell CEO to maintain momentum.

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I can imagine a future in which we give investors the opportunity to invest not just in the companies Siemens Healthineers or Siemens-Gamesa renewable energy, but also in a high-performing digital industry business. We have just raised our profit guidance for 2017 and have increased our dividend three years in a row. I wouldn't end such a streak for no reason.

I admit we don't always succeed in everything. And risks lurk everywhere. But we have noticeably improved.

The country has a tradition of openness, freedom, integration. It would be a terrible shame if ... one would give this up only because one thinks one would guarantee security.

China is the world's largest lighting market. That should not be ignored lightly.

The good thing is that we can offer everything. Steam power plants that are powered by coal, state-of-the-art gas-fired power plants, wind energy, we can build solar parks and the necessary link to the power grid.

It's a perfect portfolio fit to further expand our digital leadership and set the pace in the industry.

Siemens is acquiring Mentor as part of its Vision 2020 concept to be the Benchmark for the New Industrial Age. It's a perfect portfolio fit to further expand our digital leadership and set the pace in the industry.

All the people on this planet… want to have a better planet, and a more sustainable energy agenda, that's a given. This is not going to be much affected by elections anywhere in the world, this is just what people want.

Give him a chance, let's see what we can do together and take the positive out of it.

Management is pursuing the right goals and has our full support. Deutsche Bank for us is a long-standing and reliable partner.

Those people (government) are all really reform-oriented, they're very serious about what they want to do.

We are ready to go today because we also brought 3.1 billion euros committed financing so we not only can build the power stations and mobility management, we can also finance it.

It's a decisive moment in the history of the country to come back to what it used to be and to come back to what it deserves to be.

There's a big opportunity to take the lead in Latin America because Brazil is so busy with its own issues that they're not looking to this kind of modernization.

We are leaders in growth at present but there is still a great deal to do.

The new game is efficiency. There's not so much growth in the world.

The U.K. has voted, and just three days after the vote I took my whole management team to the U.K ... we want to be good corporate citizens.

The conditions in the marketplace are not exactly giving us a lot of tailwind, so we are having to manage opportunities, which we believe there are plenty of. The oil and gas sector is struggling a lot, but on the other hand that is an opportunity because we need to help our customers get their costs down.

China is going to be slow and it remains to be seen whether we see a sustainable demand-related pick-up.

We got the opportunity to have a look into the assets for four weeks and then we'll be deciding whether or not we make an offer for something. We are pretty cool about the process and we are not transferring the old Roman gladiators into the modern Paris.

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