Ulrich Geuss to join HSH Nordbank
Hamburg/Kiel, May 19, 2008 - Ulrich Geuss (41) will become Head of the Finance Business Unit of HSH Nordbank with effect from August 1, where he will be in charge of controlling and accounting. He will report to CFO Prof. Dr. Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher. Geuss will join HSH Nordbank from Postbank, where he has worked for nine years, most recently as Head of the Accounting and Tax Department. "We are very pleased to have won such an excellent expert as Ulrich Geuss," said Nonnenmacher.
HSH Nordbank AG is a strong regional bank in Northern Europe with total assets of € 205 billion. Some 4,800 of the bank’s employees provide corporate and high net-worth clients around the globe with premium bank products and services. In its core region of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, it is the market leader in the corporate customer segment. HSH Nordbank is an acknowledged partner of the capital markets and international sector specialist. Its main focus is on transportation and real estate. In fact, HSH Nordbank is the world’s largest provider of ship finance and covers the entire value chain in the transportation segment. In the area of real estate, HSH Nordbank is one of the strongest banks in Germany, acting as a provider of services relating to all aspects of real estate.
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