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May 07, 2009

Personnel changes on the board of management of Commerzbank

The Supervisory Board of Commerzbank today appointed Martin Blessing, spokesperson for the board of management, as the chairman of the board of management. In addition, the Supervisory Board appointed Ulrich Sieber (43) and Jochen Klösges (44) as at June 1 as new members of the board. Ulrich Sieber will at the same time be the Chief Human Resources Officer of the bank. Finally, the Supervisory Board decided that Wolfgang Hartmann (59) is to leave the board of management. His successor with immediate effect as Chief Risk Officer will be Dr. Stefan Schmittmann (52), to date responsible on the board for the areas Commercial Real Estate and Central & Eastern Europe (CEE).




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