Hamburg-headquartered private bank Berenberg has announced a new leadership structure as of 2017, appointing Henning Gebhardt, Christian Kühn and David Mortlock as members to its extended management board.
They will take over responsibility for the groups’ newly created Central Business Units (CBU), which are intended to deepen the cooperation between business units.
Gebhardt (pictured) joins Berenberg from Deutsche Asset Management, in his new role, he will be in charge of CBU Wealth and Asset Management. Berenberg’s co-heads of Wealth Management Germany, Dirk Wehmhöner and Oliver Holz and Berenberg’s head of Asset Management Tindaro Siragusano will report to Gebhardt.
Kühn has been with Berenberg since 1997, he will now be in charge of CBU Bank Management, which includes the units of Risk Controlling, IT and Transaction Services.
Mortlock has been with Berenberg since 2010, most recently as global head of Equities and head of the London Branch, he will now be in charge of CBU Investment and Corporate Banking.