Tuesday, 16 October 2018

IFR Pfandbriefe Roundtable 2016: Participants

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Götz Michl
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank
Götz Michl is head of funding and debt investor relations at Deutsche Pfandbriefbank (pbb), where he has been working since 2010. Before his move to pbb, he was head of German real estate for RBS. Prior to joining RBS/ABN AMRO, he worked for 10 years at HypoVereinsbank in a variety of positions.


Sabrina Miehs
Sabrina Miehs is a senior covered bond analyst at Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen (Helaba). She mainly covers covered bonds from Germany, France and Spain but follows broad market developments. Prior to Helaba, Sabrina worked for 11 years at S&P, latterly as deputy analytical manager where she took up responsibility for European covered bonds.


Frank Will
Frank Will is chairman of the ECBC Working Group on Legislation and is global head of covered bond research at HSBC. Before joining HSBC he was head of covered bond/S&A research at a global investment bank and a senior bank analyst for a German bank in London. 


Jörg Huber
Jörg Huber is head of funding and investor relations at Landesbank Baden-Württemberg. He joined LBBW in 2002 to build up primary business activities in Europe. Prior to joining LBBW, he worked at DZ Bank as head of new issues, and JP Morgan as head of syndicate, starting his career at Deutsche Bank, where he worked in various areas including capital markets and debt syndicate.


Thomas Cohrs
Thomas Cohrs is head of FIG and SSA syndicate and origination Norddeutsche Landesbank. Prior to joining Nord LB in 2010, he was executive director, DCM at Calyon/Credit Agricole CIB, covering Germany and Austria, and a director in DCM at Unicredit for 15 years.


Jens Tolckmitt
Verband Deutscher Pfandbriefbanken
Jens Tolckmitt has been chief executive of the Association of German Pfandbrief Banks (vdp) since June 2009. Between 2003 and 2009, he was the managing director of the Association of Foreign Banks (VAB) in Germany. Prior to that, from 1998 to 2002, Tolckmitt worked for the Association of German Mortgage Banks in Bonn and Berlin in several roles.


Helene Durand


Keith Mullin
Editor-at-Large, IFR


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