Oddo & Cie has announced the appointment of Joachim Häger as member of the management board and board member of BHF Bank, which was recently acquired by Oddo. Häger will head the group’s private banking business in France and Germany.
In Germany, Häger will work in particular with Ulrich Lingenthal and Marcel Lähn, who is promoted to deputy director-general of BHF-BANK. In France, he will work in particular with Jean-Philippe Taslé d’Héliand, chairman of Banque Privée, Laurent Bastin, managing director, and Florent Prats, head of international development.
Häger joins from Deutsche Bank, where he spent nearly ten years in charge of Deutsche’s German private wealth management activity.
Philippe Oddo, managing partner at Oddo & Cie comments on the appointment: “I am delighted to announce Joachim Häger’s arrival. He brings with him his in-depth knowledge of the German market as well as his know-how in the private banking domain to our group. He is extremely well acquainted with BHF-BANK. I congratulate Marcel V. Lähn on his appointment as deputy director-general.”