Germany’s Eichinger on board

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Former Constantin Film CEO Bernd Eichinger will join the supervisory board after Franz Jung leaves Dec. 31.

Eichinger, who owns 25% in the company, resigned 18 months ago to concentrate on production, which recently spawned “Resident Evil.” Constantin has applied for the German stock market’s Prime Standard, which will replace the Neuer Markt in January.

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