Universal Investment appoints managing director
Universal Investment has extended its management board with the appointment of Frank Eggloff as managing director. Eggloff joins the largest independent fund company in the German-speaking region from Global Custodian State Street and will be in charge of finance and controlling.
Frank Eggloff was previously managing director and chief financial officer (CFO) at State Street Bank International in Munich. Prior to that, he held various positions in the banks’ finance, tax and controlling functions over nearly 15 years. In addition, he served in several management roles at State Street’s European organisation, among others as managing director of the several subsidiaries and Head of the Luxembourg branch. He began his career at international accounting firm Arthur Andersen in Germany and the United States in the early 1990s. Frank Eggloff holds a degree in business administration.
“We are delighted to have Frank Eggloff on board as a recognised financial expert. The newly extended Management Board will further add to Universal-Investment’s strength,” said Bernd Vorbeck, spokesman of the management board at Universal Investment.
Alongside Frank Eggloff and Bernd Vorbeck, the now six-member board will continue to include Oliver Harth, in charge of administration services and IT, Markus Neubauer, responsible for institutional investors and master funds (Master KVG), Stefan Rockel, primarily in charge of structuring solutions in the real assets area, and Alexander Tannenbaum, who primarily oversees the real estate activities.