Thomas Buschta appointed new CFO of Interhome Group
Thomas Buschta will take over the CFO position at the Swiss holiday home provider Interhome Group on 1 November 2022. He replaces Marcello Bologna, who is due to begin his well-earned retirement at the end of 2023.
Thomas Buschta, hitherto Head of Yield Management, has been appointed new Chief Financial Officer by the management of Interhome Group. He succeeds Marcello Bologna, who is taking retirement at the end of 2023. Thomas Buschta will join the management team in his new role, reporting directly to Interhome Group CEO Jörg Herrmann.
Thomas Buschta holds a degree in Business Management from the University of Innsbruck and joined Interhome Group for the first time in 2002 as Head of Group Controlling. Between 2008 and 2012, he worked outside Interhome Group and as a freelancer on projects within Hotelplan Group. He rejoined the company in 2012 and has been Head of Yield Management and deputy CFO of the Swiss holiday home provider since 2019. "His many years of working with us mean that Thomas Buschta knows our company inside out. We are confident that he is the ideal person for the CFO role," says Jörg Herrmann.
Marcello Bologna joined Interhome Group as chief accountant in 1988 and has held the post of CFO since 1994. After standing down as CFO, he will continue to work for Interhome Group on a part-time basis until the end of 2023, focusing primarily on the Italian business. "Over the last 30 years, Marcello Bologna has made a major contribution to the development of Interhome Group. He was responsible for introducing SAP as the first Hotelplan Group business unit in 1998, and also oversaw the legal and functional integration of existing and acquired subsidiaries into a principal structure. On behalf of the entire management, I would already like to take the opportunity to thank him for his commitment to Interhome Group. We wish him the very best for the future," says Jörg Herrmann.
Thomas Buschta, designated CFO Interhome Group (JPG)
Marcello Bologna, CFO Interhome Group (JPG)