Andreas Brodtmann to resign as managing partner at year’s end
Hamburg. On December 31 of this year Andreas Brodtmann (51) will relinquish his activities as managing partner of Berenberg Private Bank. He will remain with the bank as a shareholder and in other functions.
Brodtmann joined Berenberg in 1992, where he worked in several functions, always with a special focus on serving international clients. Before being appointed as a managing partner in 2009, he was CEO of the Bank’s subsidiary Berenberg Switzerland.
“With the Bank’s rapid growth in recent years, I found myself with less and less time to devote to my long-standing international clients – an activity that has always satisfied me the most. I have therefore decided, upon close consultation with my fellow partners, to cease acting as a managing partner at year’s end,” said Brodtmann. “That said, I am all the more pleased to remain associated with the Bank as a limited partner. Furthermore, I will continue in my function as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Berenberg Switzerland and support our international Private Banking business in London as a non-executive partner.”
Dr. Hans-Walter Peters, spokesman for the managing partners, thanked Brodtmann “for over 20 years of work on a very trusting and cordial basis, which we will continue into the future.”
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