Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Pfandbriefe Roundtable 2008: Participants

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Joerg Huber - LBBW

Joerg Huber is managing director, head of debt capital markets, responsible for the primary markets business, benchmark issuance and international funding activities. His main focus is on European borrowers.


Laurent Viteau - EuroMTS

Laurent Viteau is executive director, head of sales for the MTS Group in London. He is responsible for the definition and implementation of strategy, for relationships with banks, issuers and investors and for marketing and business development on government bonds, SAS and covered bonds.


Steffen Dahmer - JP Morgan

Steffen Dahmer is executive director and product manager for covered bonds and head of trading & syndicate covered bonds in Frankfurt. Between 2000 and 2003 he was head of trading for Germany at Barclays Capital.


Fritz Engelhard - Barclays Capital

Fritz Engelhard is director of European fixed income strategy. As a covered bond analyst, he is embedded in the bank’s AAA research capability. He is responsible for Barclays Capital’s annual AAA Handbook publication.


Louis Hagen - The Association of German Pfandbrief Banks (vdp)

Louis Hagen became executive director at the vdp’s predecessor organisation in 2001. He has held several executive positions within the organisation, before which he was senior manager of property redevelopment management at Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank and assistant manager at BV-Beteiligungsgesellschaft.


Bernd Volk - Deutsche Bank

Bernd Volk is director and head of European covered bond & agency research, where he has been responsible for European covered bonds, agency and sub-sovereign research since 2007. He has previously worked at DZ Bank, Deka Investment and HVB Group Financial & Covered Bond Research.


Horst Bertram - BayernLB

Horst Bertram has been head of investor relations since November 2007. He reports directly to Stefan Ermisch, CFO and COO at the bsank. He was previously a senior director at Fitch Ratings in Frankfurt.


Olaf Pimper - Dresdner Bank Treasury Department

Olaf Pimper has run the ECB-Eligible-Collateral-Portfolio since 2001. Along with his team, he also manages the bank’s interest rate risks. He joined the bank in 1989.


Rachelle Horn - Reporter, IFR


Solomon Teague - Special reports editor, IFR


Click here for Part one of the Roundtable.

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