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September 18, 1962
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Timotheus was appointed to the Board on 29 January 2016 and is a non-executive, non-independent director.

In accordance with the terms of BT’s acquisition of EE Limited, Deutsche Telekom AG is entitled to nominate one non-executive director for appointment to the BT Board for so long as the Deutsche Telekom Group holds 10 per cent or more of the issued share capital of BT.

Timotheus Höttges, born in 1962, is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Deutsche Telekom AG since January 2014.

From 2009 until his appointment as CEO, he has been member of the Group Board of Management responsible for Finance and Controlling.

From 2006 to 2009 he was member of the Board of Management responsible for the T-Home unit. In this position, he was in charge of fixed-network and broadband business, as well as integrated sales and service in Germany.

Under his leadership, T-Home became the market leader in terms of new DSL customers and developed its Internet TV service, Entertain, into a mass-market product while at the same time stabilizing its profitability.

After successfully implementing various cost-cutting programs at T-Home and in the European mobile communications subsidiaries, Timotheus Höttges became responsible for the Group-wide Save for Service efficiency enhancement program.

From 2005 until being appointed to the Group Board of Management, Timotheus Höttges headed European operations as member of the Board of Management, T-Mobile International.

From 2000 until the end of 2004, he was Managing Director, Finance and Controlling, before becoming Chairman of the Managing Board of T-Mobile Deutschland.

Timotheus Höttges studied business administration at Cologne University, after which he spent three years with a business consulting company, latterly as a project manager. At the end of 1992, he moved to the VIAG Group in Munich.

He became divisional manager in 1997 and, later, a member of the extended management board responsible for controlling, corporate planning, and mergers and acquisitions.

As project manager, he played a central role in the merger of VIAG AG and VEBA AG to form E.on AG, which became effective on September 27, 2000.

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Jan, 2014 - Current   (over 2 years)
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2009
2014
Head of Finance & Controlling
Mar, 2009
Dec, 2013
Chief Financial Officer
2006
2009
Head of T-Home Unit
2005
2006
Head of European Operations
2000
2004
Managing Director of Finance & Controlling
1992
1997
Divisional Manager & Project Manager (VIAG Group)

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