Alexander Muhm has been Head of SBB Real Estate and a member of the Management Board since January 2019. Before this, he headed up the Development division. The qualified architect and doctor of engineering sciences blogs about all kinds of topics and trends from the industry, reporting on the specific challenges that a state-owned real estate company faces.
Alexis Leuthold has been Head of Property Management and a member of the Management Board of SBB Real Estate since September 2018. He received a doctorate in law and an Executive MBA from the University of St. Gallen and has held various positions at SBB Real Estate and in Legal and Compliance since 2006. Alexis Leuthold blogs about various topics and trends from the real estate industry with a focus on the retail and rental business as well as the station of the future.
Having studied law and specialised in property law, Serge Stalder has been Head of Real Estate Legal Services since January 1999. Born in Valais, he is bilingual and one of the few senior managers at SBB who hail from French-speaking Switzerland. His work focuses on SBB’s major real estate transactions. Serge Stalder blogs about topics relating to real estate investments and purchasing and selling land.
Matthias Peter has been Head of RailClean at SBB Real Estate since March 2015. He is a business management expert with a Master’s degree in Real Estate Management and knows all the ins and outs of the technical and infrastructural building management profession. He blogs about all things cleanliness and about facility management at stations, giving insights into the day-to-day work of RailClean employees.
Jürg Stöckli was Head of SBB Real Estate and a member of the Management Board until December 2018. The lawyer and trained carpenter with an executive MBA from the University of St. Gallen blogged about all kinds of topics and trends from the industry, reporting on the specific challenges that a state-owned real estate company faces.
Stefan Holzinger, a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, is a geographer and real estate economist. Since 2009 he has managed the railway production portfolio at the Portfolio Management division of SBB Real Estate. Stefan Holzinger blogs about trends in corporate real estate management and reports on innovative approaches in workplace management.
Philipp Leimgruber is overall project manager of My Smart Station Zurich. Previously, he worked in the SBB Passenger Traffic corporate development department and was Product Owner of the SBB Trip Planner app. Mr Leimgruber has a doctorate in social sciences as well as further business administration qualifications et al in Innovation- and Changemanagement and is a certified Scrum Master and Product Owner.
Werner Widmer is a federally certified real estate fiduciary and has worked for SBB Real Estate in various capacities since 1996. He is currently the interim head of the Center Management unit. Werner Widmer blogs about trends, innovative concepts and other matters related to retail and food at the largest Swiss railway stations.
Maja Ristic has worked for SBB Real Estate since 2005. She is currently head of the Management of Investment Properties department for the Central Switzerland region. She has 15 years’ experience in real estate marketing and management and in project development for the implementation of tenant requirements for office, catering, retail and residential use. Maja Ristic is a qualified real estate trustee with further training in leadership.
Philipp Lombriser works as a Business Analyst at SBB IT and is involved in various digitalization and innovation projects at SBB Real Estate. He has been part of the Smart Station core team since autumn 2017, where he is responsible for projects in the "IoT" and "Data Analytics" areas. Philipp earned a Master's degree in Business Informatics from the University of Utrecht and continued his education at the HWZ on Innovation Management.
Patrick Cordey is in charge of investment property management for French-speaking Switzerland within SBB Real Estate. He has held this position for seven years, before he was the manager of RailCity Geneva. Patrick Cordey has a Bachelor’s degree in Management from the University of Geneva. He also has an Advanced Federal Diploma in Property Management and Brokerage as well as a Federal Professional Diploma in Property Management. Before joining SBB, he was responsible for four shopping centres.
Philippe Stadler Benz
Philippe Stadler Benz is Senior Project Manager in the Smart City department at SBB. A graduate in environmental science from a Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, he also holds a further qualification in policy and business management. His focus and strengths lie in shaping and implementing strategies using new technologies.