Tuesday, 16 October 2018

IFR German Corporate Funding Roundtable 2014: Participants

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Roland Boehm
Roland Boehm is global head of DCM loans at Commerzbank with responsibility for the worldwide syndicated loans business, with teams in Frankfurt, London, New York and Hong Kong covering the full range of products. In 2009 he was elected to the Loan Market Association board and in January 2012, he was appointed chairman of the LMA.

Joachim Erdle
Joachim Erdle is head of corporate loans and acquisition finance at Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg, which includes the loan syndication desk and advisory teams. Erdle has worked in the corporate finance area for more than 22 years and he is experienced in structuring tailor-made financing solutions including various types of debt and equity products.

Matthias Gaab
Deutsche Bank
Matthias Gaab is head of acquisition finance and investment-grade loan origination for Germany, Austria and Switzerland at Deutsche Bank transactions. He also co-heads the structured finance business for the newly created German large corporate client group. He also co-heads the structured finance business for the newly created German large corporate client group.

Ingo Nolden
Ingo Nolden is head of corporate DCM for German-speaking Europe and is co-head of all DCM segments of HSBC Germany. He is also globally responsible for the bank’s Schuldschein origination business. Prior to joining HSBC in October 2004 Nolden worked in corporate bond origination at WestLB.

Christian Reusch
Christian Reusch is global head of investment-grade corporate origination and debt syndicate at UniCredit. He joined the bank in 1999 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.

Keith Mullin
IFR, Roundtable chair

To continue reading this roundtable, click the relevant section. Introduction - Participants - Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3

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