Deutsche Börse elects three new members to Supervisory Board

Deutsche Börse AG has just announced that its shareholders gave their approval to increase the number of Supervisory Board members from 12 to 16.

In addition, the following new members were elected for three leaving members of the shareholder representatives:

During his professional career in Germany and abroad, Martin Jetter has held various senior roles at IBM and is currently Senior Vice-President for Global Technology Services. As a member of IBM Corporation’s Management Board, he has worldwide responsibility for IBM Group’s Infrastructure Services at the company’s top management level. Mr Jetter possesses considerable and proven technological expertise.

Barbara Lambert acquired international experience as well as expertise in the areas of accounting and internal control procedures through positions, inter alia, at WestLB, Arthur Andersen, Ernst & Young and Banque Pictet & Cie SA. Her responsibilities at Ernst & Young Switzerland, where she was head of financial sector audit activities, included the audit of a large Swiss bank. Barbara Lambert was a member of the Executive Board and Group Chief Risk Officer at Banque Pictet & Cie SA until 31 March 2018, and was appointed to the bank’s Board of Directors with effect from 1 April 2018.

Prof Dr Joachim Nagel holds extensive capital markets and regulatory expertise in the financial services sector. Between 1999 and 2016, he held several senior positions at Deutsche Bundesbank, including membership of its Executive Board between 2010 and 2016, where his portfolio included responsibility for Markets. Prof Dr Nagel is a member of the Executive Board of KfW Group.

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