Deutsche Börse appoints new chief financial officer

Thomas Eichelmann has been appointed Deutsche Börse’s next chief financial officer.

The exchange’s supervisory board has approved Eichelmann’s employment contract, but his starting date has yet to be set. He currently works at Munich-based strategy consultants Roland Berger, where he is responsible for the financial services competence centre and human resources. In his new role, he will be based in Frankfurt.

Eichelmann’s predecessor, Mathias Hlubek, left in March amid proposals to restructure the exchange group. Since then, his responsibilities have been carried out by chief executive Reto Francioni.

Deutsche Börse is at present bidding to take over the New York-based International Securities Exchange, which could cost the German exchange $2.8 billion in cash.

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