German Corporate Funding Roundtable 2012: Participants
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Johannes Heinloth is global head of loan syndication at BayernLB. He joined the bank in 1999 and moved to the syndications team in 2001. From 2002, Heinloth spent two years in Tokyo running the risk functions. In April 2008 he was appointed head of syndication and took over global responsibility in 2009.
Karin Arglebe is a director in Commerzbank’s DCM division. She joined the bank in May 2008, having started her career in the legal department of Deutsche Bank. Prior to joining Commerzbank, Arglebe worked in the corporate finance departments of both Deutsche Bank and WestLB. She has more than 20 years experience in corporate bond origination.
Reinhard Haas is head of loan capital markets, Europe in Commerzbank’s corporates and markets division. His team originates structures and markets syndicated loans for corporates and financial institutions. Prior to his current position, Haas was joint head of DCM at Dresdner Kleinwort, which he joined in 1999.
Matthias Gaab is head of investment-grade acquisition finance and loan origination for Germany, Austria and Switzerland at Deutsche Bank. He has worked in the syndicated loan market since 1989. His responsibilities include all aspects of the lending business for large-cap clients in his regions.
Marc Mueller is co-head of CMTS Corporates, Germany and Austria, responsible for corporate and public sector clients in those countries within Deutsche Bank’s capital markets and treasury solutions business. The client universe stretches from large to mid-cap names and covers all capital markets funding and related risk management solutions.
Johannes Hack is global head of loan syndication at DZ Bank. He has worked in syndicated lending since 2004, covering both origination and distribution across various products, before which he worked in LBO origination and as a credit officer in Germany and Russia. He joined DZ Bank in 2008 in his current role.
Claudia Hopstein is head of debt financing, corporate clients at HSBC Germany with responsibility for German, Swiss and Austrian issuers. She has executed a large variety of public and private DCM transactions across bonds, Schuldscheine and US private placements. Hopstein joined HSBC in 1987 and has 25 years of banking experience.
Christian Reusch is global head of investment-grade corporate origination and debt syndicate at Unicredit. He joined the bank in 1999 with a clear focus to build up debt syndication and broaden the business and client scope, focusing initially on financial institutions and public sector authorities. In 2007, he took over co-responsibility for DCM.