IFR German SME Funding Roundtable 2016: Participants
Thomas Haas is global head of loan syndication at BayernLB, a position he has held since January 2013. In this role, Haas manages the transformation process towards BayernLB becoming a long-term partner that goes beyond traditional credit financing, tailoring loans to the needs of customers. He joined the bank in 1998.
Reinhard Haas is global head of DCM loans at Commerzbank. Joining Dresdner Bank in 1993, Haas has held positions in risk management and client coverage. He joined loan syndications at Dresdner Kleinwort in 2003 and was appointed joint head of the German team in 2007. He became head of European loan capital markets in 2011 and assumed his current position in January 2016.
Johannes Hack heads up DZ Bank’s loan syndication team and has worked in syndicated lending since 2004, covering origination and distribution across various products. He previously worked in LBO origination and as a credit officer in Germany and Russia. He joined DZ Bank in 2008.
Martijn Kamps is head of the corporate lending team at ING Bank, covering Germany and Austria. His team arranges and executes syndicated and bilateral loans across various sectors. He joined ING Bank in Germany in 2012. Prior to his current position, he worked mainly in client coverage at the bank, which he joined in 2000.
Enrico Miketta is responsible for one of three corporate loan origination teams at LBBW. The team arranges and structures syndicated loan facilities for corporates from SME clients to large listed companies. He has been in his current position since November 2012. In 2011, he established LBBW’s loan syndication desk. He joined the bank in 2007 in the corporate loan department and has worked in the banking industry since 1999, mainly in corporate finance.
Matthias Hellstern has been at Moody’s Deutschland since 2004 and is team leader in the European corporate finance group heading the analytical team focusing on the manufacturing sector. The principal industries covered by his team include autos, capital goods, paper and packaging, and building materials.
Sandro Pittalis joined NordLB in 2015 and is responsible for corporate bond origination and the strategic planning of the corporate bond origination team. Prior to joining NordLB, he worked as a capital markets lawyer at Allen & Overy in Frankfurt. Since his admission as a lawyer in 2010, Pittalis has been advising on DCM transactions and regulatory issues.