Michael Broszeit, managing partner Institutional Business, is leaving the executive board of Lingohr & Partner Asset Management, effective 31 August 2019. As of 1 September 2019, Goran Vasiljevic and Steffen Ulshöfer are the dual head of Lingohr & Partner.
Broszeit retires from the company after serving 16 years. As early as April last year, Vasiljevic had taken over the position of spokesman for the management board from Michael Broszeit. In the future, Vasiljevic will lead the business of the independent asset manager as chief investment officer together with Ulshöfer, chief operating officer.
As one of the first employees, Broszeit joined Lingohr & Partner Asset Management in 2003. Together with company founder and namesake Frank Lingohr (who passed away in 2015), he has built the company for decades to a multi-award-winning financial services institute. Before joining Lingohr & Partner, Broszeit worked at Lehmann Brothers (1997 - 2002) and BNP (1996/97). From 1988 to 1996 he held various positions at Goldman Sachs in New York, London, Zurich and Frankfurt. He began his career in 1985 at Deutsche Bank in the stock exchange department in Dusseldorf.