Dirk Brauckmann leaving HSH Nordbank

Hamburg/Kiel, October 19, 2011 - Dirk Brauckmann, Head of the Savings Bank Business Unit, has asked the Bank to terminate his contract of employment early so that he can pursue fresh career challenges.

The Bank has acceded to this request. Mr. Brauckmann will leave the Bank on 15 November 2011. "The Management Board very much regrets Mr. Brauckmann's decision and would like to thank him for his outstanding achievements over the past 22 years. We wish him all the very best for the future", said Torsten Temp, member of HSH Nordbank's Management Board.

Dirk Brauckmann joined Hamburgische Landesbank in 1990, and following its merger with Landesbank Schleswig-Holstein to become HSH Nordbank in 2003 he successfully filled a number of executive positions. In these positions he made a major contribution to the success of many projects of importance for the Bank. The Bank has not yet decided who will succeed him.

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