Stefan Rensinghoff heads Corporate Finance division
The former Products division and the subsidiary HSH Corporate Finance GmbH, specialising in mergers & acquisitions, are to be merged
Hamburg/Kiel, April 29, 2014 - On 1 April Stefan Rensinghoff took charge of the Corporate Finance division. Most recently he worked as an independent management consultant advising companies on questions relating to finance and was a member of the Interministerial Committee for Export Guarantees. Prior to that Mr. Rensinghoff was the Management Board member responsible for corporate client business at the Austrian company Investkredit AG and was division Head in charge of structured finance at DZ Bank.
“We are pleased to have gained in Stefan Rensinghoff a qualified expert and experienced manager as Head of the Corporate Finance division,“ says Matthias Wittenburg, Management Board member responsible for Corporates & Markets at HSH Nordbank. “This area of business, which is of such strategic importance to us, is thus now ex expert hands.”
The product experts of the Corporate Finance division, which belong to the M & A, Leveraged Finance, Capital Structuring, Corporate Advisory as well as Credit Syndication departments, develop high-quality finance solutions and have convinced their clients in structuring and arranging large-volume transactions. The division comprises the former Products division and the subsidiary HSH Corporate Finance GmbH. HSH Corporate Finance GmbH, which has been doing business since 2002, is an established consultant in the SME M&A market specializing in the healthcare and logistics/transport/shipping sectors. The linkage of M&A consulting with the market units has been strengthened by the amalgamation. This in turn intensifies our consulting expertise in the interest of our clients while making it possible to offer even more comprehensive service.
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