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1 Programme Main Media Partner Under the Patronage of Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble Minister of Finance of the Federal Republic of Germany, Berlin Volker Bouffier Minister President of the State of Hessen, Wiesbaden Finance, Business and Government Restoring Trust and Securing Prosperity in Europe 1

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3 Inhalt Content Inhalt Content Deutsch English Seite Page Grußworte Welcome 4 Programmübersicht Programme Overview 8 Auszug Sprecherliste Speakerslist 11 Sprecher Speakers FRANKFURT EURO FINANCE WEEK Sonntag, 13. November Sunday International Piano Forum Frankfurt 25 Opening Piano Concert of the 14 th EURO FINANCE WEEK Konferenzen Conferences Montag, 14. November Monday Eröffnung Opening LEAD CONFERENCE 2011 I Finanzstandort Deutschland Europäische Entwicklungen, globale 28 Herausforderungen Financial Centre Germany European Developments, Global Challenges 1.2 Risk Management Konferenz I Banken-IT 2020 I / Cloud Computing Versicherungsstandort Deutschland Award Ceremony»European Banker of the Year 2010«37 Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday LEAD CONFERENCE 2011 II Wirtschaftliche und finanzielle Stabilität in Europa Krisen - 41 management Economic and Financial Stability in Europe Crisis Resolution Management 2.2 Risk Management Konferenz II Banken-IT 2020 II / Business Process Management th European Pension Funds Congress Retail Banking Konferenz Tianjin Engine of China s Financial Reform 50 Mittwoch, 16. November Wednesday VII. European Real Estate Forum EIOPA Conference Finance Meets Media Media Meets Finance Payments Konferenz Wie zahlt der Kunde der Zukunft? 62 Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday rd IFC EURO FINANCE WEEK Conference Congress on Central and Eastern Europe Arab-German Finance and Investment Conference Euro Debt Market Conference Private Banking & Wealth Management Konferenz Global Finance Conference 77 Freitag, 18. November Friday Frankfurt European Banking Congress th CR & Responsible Investment Conference Benefiz Gala 84 Messe Fair EURO FINANCE MARKETPLACE 86 Company Profiles Sponsors & Partners 89 i Design: Informationen & Services Information & Services Allgemeine Informationen General Information 126 Anmeldung Registration 127 Kontakt Contact 128 Sponsoren & Partner Sponsors & Partners Institutionelle Partner / Konferenzpartner Institutional Partners / Conference Partners 129 Medienpartner Media Partners 130 Sponsoren / Wissenschaftlicher Partner Sponsors Science Partner 131 i

4 i Grußwort des Bundesministers der Finanzen, Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble, anlässlich der 14. EURO FINANCE WEEK in Frankfurt am Main Grußwort Welcome 4 Auch mehr als vier Jahre nach ihrem Ausbruch ist die Finanzkrise noch nicht überwunden. Was als sogenannte Subprime-Krise begann, hat sich vor dem Hintergrund weit verbreiteter übermäßiger staatlicher Defizite im Laufe der Zeit zu einer handfesten Finanz- und Staatsschuldenkrise in einer Reihe von Ländern entwickelt. Angesichts der nicht mehr tragfähigen Verschuldung im öffentlichen und im privaten Sektor in einigen Industrienationen werden wir auf die derzeitigen bilanziellen Stärkungen nicht verzichten können. Als grundlegende Voraussetzung für nachhaltiges Wachstum müssen wir die übermäßigen Schuldenlasten und die Hebelwirkungen im privaten Sektor und im Finanzsystem verringern. Dabei werden wir die Verschuldungsprobleme in den betroffenen Ländern nicht dadurch in den Griff bekommen, dass die Regierungen und Zentralbanken unbegrenzt weitere Mittel zur Verfügung stellen. Es ist deshalb von entscheidender Bedeutung, dass sich die G 20-Länder an ihre Verpflichtung halten, bis zum Jahr 2013 ihre Defizite erheblich zu reduzieren und bis zur Mitte des Jahrzehnts ihre Schuldenstände zu stabilisieren. Wir sind an einem Punkt angelangt, an dem wir unsere Konsolidierungsanstrengungen nicht mehr weiter in die Zukunft verschieben können. In der aktuell kritischen Situation sind die Herausforderungen in Europa besonders drängend. Übermäßige öffent - liche Ausgaben haben in einigen Ländern der Eurozone zu untragbar hohen Schuldenständen und Budgetdefiziten geführt, die den wirtschaftlichen Wohlstand gefährden. Um das Vertrauen der Märkte und der Bürger wiederherzu - stellen, müssen die Regierungen der Eurozone ihre Entschlossenheit zur Konsolidierung der öffentlichen Haushalte, aber auch zur Stärkung der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit überzeugend demonstrieren. Die Europäische Währungsunion wird nicht von Erfolg gekrönt sein, wenn einige Länder dauerhaft Defizite aufweisen und ihre Wettbewerbsfähigkeit auf Kosten der Stabilität des Euro vernachlässigen. Damit die unvermeidlichen Reformen Wirkung zeigen, brauchen die betroffenen Länder Zeit Zeit, die ihnen die Finanzmärkte nicht mehr zugestehen. Deshalb unterstützen die europäischen Länder krisengeschüttelte Mitgliedstaaten durch konditionierte Finanzhilfen. Allerdings kann es und dies nicht nur aus wirtschaftlichen Gründen nicht allein die Aufgabe der Steuerzahler sein, die Krisenländer auf ihrem Weg zurück zum Wachstumskurs zu unterstützen. Die Frage, wie wir die durch die finanziellen Hilfen entstehenden Lasten auf die Finanzinstitutionen, die hoch verschuldeten Staaten allzu leicht zusätzliche Kredite gewährt haben, einerseits und die Steuerzahler andererseits verteilen, wird über Jahre hinweg die Stabilität der Finanzmärkte und die Legitimität unserer westlichen Demokratien bei ihren Bürgern entscheidend beeinflussen. Aus diesem Grund stellt eine angemessene Beteiligung des Privatsektors einen integralen Bestandteil unserer Bemühungen dar, den Ländern bei ihren Wirtschaftsreformen zu helfen. Ungünstige wirtschaftliche Fundamentaldaten waren nicht der einzige Grund für die dramatische Verschlechterung der Refinanzierungsbedingungen in einigen Teilen des Euroraums. Vielmehr haben die Ereignisse des vergangenen Jahres einmal mehr gezeigt, dass moderne Finanzmärkte die Volatilität sowohl erhöhen als auch reduzieren können. Vor diesem Hintergrund steht die Politik in der Pflicht, das Krisenverschärfungspotenzial der Finanzmärkte zu verringern. Dies bedeutet nicht, dass wir auf den Marktzinsmechanismus als Disziplinierungsinstrument verzichten. Ganz im Gegenteil: Regierungen sind auf die Märkte angewiesen, weil diese ihnen Fehlentwicklungen offenbaren, die Regierungen nicht immer wahr haben möchten, und sie zwingen, hieraus die richtigen Konsequenzen zu ziehen wenn auch manchmal zu spät und zu plötzlich. Wenn es uns ernst damit ist, das Vertrauen und die Integri - tät der Finanzmärkte zu stärken, müssen wir beides tun: die Haushaltsdefizite reduzieren und die Regulierung der Finanzmärkte verschärfen. Im Interesse der Stabilität der Märkte, aber auch unserer politischen Legitimität ist eine konsequente Umsetzung der auf nationaler, europäischer und globaler Ebene vereinbarten Regulierungsmaßnahmen zwingend erforderlich. Nur dann werden die Maßnahmen Wirkung zeigen und nur dann werden wir Wettbewerbsverzerrungen und Aufsichtsarbitrage vermeiden. Allerdings müssen maßgebliche Länder zuweilen auch vor angehen und die Vorreiterrolle übernehmen, damit schwerwiegende Probleme überhaupt in Angriff genommen werden. Deutschland hat das durchaus umstrittene Verbot ungedeckter Leerverkäufe erlassen, um übermäßig spekulative Geschäfte einzudämmen, die zu negativen Preisspiralen und Marktstörungen führen können. Andere sind uns zwischenzeitlich gefolgt. Ich bin überzeugt, dass die Einführung einer Finanztransaktionsteuer, wie sie von Bundeskanzlerin Merkel und Staatspräsident Sarkozy angestrebt wird, ein weiteres Beispiel für eine solche Vorreiterrolle von Schlüsselländern ist. Wir haben begonnen, die grundlegenden Mängel moderner Finanzmärkte zu korrigieren, aber es bleibt noch viel zu tun, um das Vertrauen und die Integrität der Finanzmärkte wiederzuerlangen. Das übergeordnete Ziel all unserer Bemühungen muss die Herstellung hinreichender Transparenz der Finanzmärkte sein. Hinreichende Transparenz ist nicht nur eine unabdingbare Voraussetzung dafür, dass die Aufsichtsbehörden ihre Aufgabe erfüllen können. Sie liegt auch im ureigenen Interesse der Finanzindustrie. Entsprechend wird der Schwerpunkt der weiteren Arbeiten auf G20-Ebene auf zwei noch ungelösten Problemfeldern liegen: dem Schattenbanksystem sowie den Moral-Hazard-Problemen, die von systemrelevanten Finanzinstituten ausgehen. Auch wenn unsere Aufmerksamkeit aktuell in hohem Maße von den finanzpolitischen Herausforderungen im Zusammenhang mit den Staatsschuldenkrisen in Anspruch genommen wird, können sich weder Politik noch Finanzindustrie eine»regulierungsmüdigkeit«bei den Finanzmarktreformen leisten. Angesichts der großen Herausforderungen, vor denen wir immer noch stehen, würde ich mich freuen, wenn die EURO FINANCE WEEK 2011 den Prozess der Finanzmarktreformen im Interesse der künftigen Stabilität des Finanzsektors insgesamt konstruktiv unterstützt.

5 Grußwort Welcome Welcome address by the German Federal Minister of Finance, Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble, at the 14 th EURO FINANCE WEEK in Frankfurt am Main More than four years after its beginning, the financial crisis is far from over. Against the background of widespread excessive public deficits, what started as the so called Sub prime Crisis has over time developed into fully fledged financial and sovereign debt crises in several countries. The current phase of balance sheet-strengthening in industrial economies is necessary in view of the unsustainable accumulation of debt in the public and private sector. Reducing the debt overhang and leverage in the private sector and the financial system is a fundamental prerequisite for sustainable growth. We won t come to grips with economies deleveraging by having governments and central banks throwing literally boundlessly more money at the problem. It is therefore essential that the G20 stick to their commitment to make substantial progress on reducing deficits until 2013 and stabilize public debt by mid-decade. Clearly, we have reached a point where consolidation efforts must not be postponed again and again. Of course, at the current juncture, the challenges in Europe are particularly acute. In the euro area, excessive government spending in some countries has led to levels of debt and deficits that are unsustainable and endanger economic welfare. Therefore, Euro area governments need to demonstrate convincingly their commitment to fiscal consolidation but also to increasing competitiveness to restore confidence of markets as well as of their citizens. European Monetary Union won t succeed if a number of countries persistently run deficits and weaken their competitiveness at the expense of the Euro s stability. But for the unavoidable reforms to take effect, the countries concerned need some time time that financial markets no longer provide. Therefore, European countries have to provide conditional financial assistance to crises-hit member countries. But bringing them back on track must not be left to taxpayers alone and not only for economic reasons. The way governments will handle the burdensharing between financial institutions, who much too easily borrowed to heavily indebted countries, on the one hand and citizens on the other hand, will determine financial markets stability and western democracies legitimacy with their citizens for years to come. It is for these reasons that adequate private sector involvement (PSI) has to become an integral part of our efforts to assist countries in adjusting their economic policies. Weakened national economic fundamentals were not the only reason for the dramatic worsening we saw in some of the euro area s refinancing conditions. Past year s events rather demonstrated once again that modern financial markets can increase as well as limit volatility. Against this background, policymakers task is to reduce financial markets potential for making crises worse. This does not mean that we must abandon interest rates as a disciplinary mechanism. On the contrary: governments need the markets since they tell things that governments don t want to hear, and they force governments to do the right thing although sometimes too late and too suddenly. If we are serious in fostering confidence and integrity of financial markets, we need to do both: bringing public deficits down and ratcheting financial market regulation up. For the sake of market stability, but also of our political legitimacy, it is imperative to secure a consistent implementation of the measures agreed in all jurisdictions and worldwide in order to make them really efficient and avoid distortions of competition or regulatory arbitrage. Sometimes, however, it is necessary for key countries to move ahead and try to address virulent problems. That is why Germany put the controversial ban on naked shortselling in place, as a means to address the problem of excessive use of speculative transactions which can lead to negative price spirals and disorderly markets. In the meantime others have followed suit. I am convinced that the introduction of a Financial Transaction Tax, aimed for by chancellor Merkel and president Sarkozy, is another case for such a»pacemaker-approach«by key countries. We have started to correct fundamental shortcomings of modern financial markets. But obviously, more needs to be done to regain confidence and integrity of financial markets. The overarching aim of all our efforts must be sufficient transparency. Sufficient transparency is not only an indispensable prerequisite for banking supervision author - ities to do their job. It is also in the best interest of the financial industry. Against this background, future work at the G20-level will mainly focus on two unresolved issues: the shadow banking system and the moral hazard problems posed by systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs) in short. At the moment, fiscal challenges and concerns related to sovereign debt require much of our attention. But neither politics nor the financial industry can afford»regulatory fatigue«as regards financial market reform. Given the substantial remaining challenges to strengthen financial regulation, I would welcome if this year s EURO FINANCE WEEK supported this process constructively in the interest of future stability of the banking and financial sector at large. Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble Minister of Finance of the Federal Republic of Germany, Berlin 5 i

6 i Grußwort Welcome Grusswort des Hessischen Ministerpräsidenten Volker Bouffier zur Euro Finance Week 2011 Die Euro Finance Week ist ein bedeutendes Forum des Austauschs unter Fachleuten in Finanzwesen, Wirtschaft und Politik. Ein solcher Austausch ist zu jeder Zeit wichtig, doch in unserer, von einer Krise geprägten Zeit ist er von besonderer Bedeutung. Die Euro Finance Week kann einen Beitrag dazu leisten, Wege aus der Krise zu beschreiben und maßgeblichen Akteuren in Wirtschaft und Politik zu vermitteln. Deshalb freue ich mich, auch in diesem Jahr meine Verbundenheit mit dieser Veranstaltung ausdrücken zu können. Während der Finanzkrise, die 2008 ausbrach, wurde schlagartig deutlich, dass innovatives Handeln der Politik und der wirtschaftlichen Akteure unabding bar ist. In Deutschland ist es durch eine umsichtige und planvolle Wirtschafts- und Finanzpolitik gelungen, das Land sicher durch die Wirtschafts- und Finanzkrise zu bringen. Das gilt sowohl für die Bundespolitik wie für die Landespolitik in Hessen. Zu den wesentlichen Grundlagen unseres Handelns zählt das Bewusstsein für den Stellenwert Europas. Der Handel innerhalb der EU ist für Deutschland wie für alle Mitglieder der EU von entscheidender wirtschaftlicher Bedeutung. Die Kunden der deutschen Wirtschaft haben ihren Standort zu einem beachtlichen Teil in den anderen EU-Staaten, und das gilt wechselweise für alle anderen EU-Mitgliedsländer. Für das Land Hessen ist festzuhalten, dass Industrie und Dienstleistungssektor stark international ausgerichtet sind. Nicht zuletzt diese Tatsache begründet unser entschlossenes Eintreten für Europa. Ich wünsche der diesjährigen Euro Finance Week einen guten Verlauf. Welcome Address of the Minister President of Hessen, Volker Bouffier at the Euro Finance Week 2011 The Euro Finance Week is a distinguished forum for communication among specialists in finance, economics and politics. This exchange is important at all times, but it is especially significant in these times of crisis. The Euro Finance Week can contribute to describing ways out of the crisis and communicating this to key actors in economics and politics. Therefore I am very happy to express my connection with this event again this year. During the financial crisis which broke out in 2008, it became abruptly clear that innovative action of politicians and economists is indispensable. Through a prudent and planned economic and financial policy in Germany, we have successfully brought the country safely through the economic and financial crisis. This applies to federal politics as well as state politics in Hessen. The fundamental basis of our action includes the aware - ness for the significance of Europe. Trade within the European Union is of decisive economic importance to Germany as well as to all members of the EU. The custom - ers of the German economy are located to a considerable extent in other EU states, which applies alternately to all other EU member states. In the State of Hessen the industry and service sector has a strong international orientation. Not lastly this fact justifies our firm commitment to Europe. I wish this year s Euro Finance Week much success. Volker Bouffier Minister President of the State of Hessen, Wiesbaden 6

7 Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, die Akteure auf den nationalen und internationalen Finanzmärkten sind in äusserst stürmisches Fahrwasser geraten. Best Practice in den Geschäftsmodelllen und im Risiko - manage ment der Banken muss sich mit erhöhtem Tempo an die Veränderungen der Rahmenbedingungen anpassen. Basel III bringt deutlich strengere Eigenkapital- und Liquiditätsvorschriften. Auch auf Seiten der Regierungen, Ministerien, Aufsichtsbehörden und Zentralbanken herrscht erhöhtes Momentum. Die Diskussion um Rettungsschirme für Staaten und Finanzinstitute, Sanierung von öffentlichen Haushalten und Neu-Justierung des globalen Finanzsystems hat seit mehreren Generationen keine Blaupause, auf die die Vordenker und Entscheider einfach zurückgreifen könnten. Und schließlich meldet sich der Souverän der be - troffene Bürger und seine Volksvertreter fordernder, hartnäckiger und lauter als bisher zu Wort. Wichtig ist heute, Vertrauen zu schaffen. Vertrauen in das gute Ziel gesunder Finanzmärkte und in eine weiterhin prosperierende Wirtschaft. Und vor allem ist es in diesen Zeiten wichtig, noch intensiver zu kommunizieren, als bisher. Kommunikation ist der Schlüssel! Die 14. EURO FINANCE WEEK bietet, wie in den Vorjahren, die geeignete Plattform für die Akteure, sich gegenseitig auf den Stand des Wissens zu bringen und miteinander um optimale Lösungen zu ringen. Das größte Branchentreffen der Finanz- und Versicherungsindustrie in Europa bildet mit 500 Sprechern, 100 Veranstaltungen und Besuchern aus 60 Nationen vielfältige Möglichkeiten für Kommunikation in Breite und Tiefe ab. Ich würde mich sehr freuen, wenn Sie sich an den Diskussionen, der Meinungsbildung und dem Aufzeigen von Lösungen in der 14. EURO FINANCE WEEK beteiligen und wir Sie vom 14. bis 18. November 2011 am Finanzplatz Frankfurt begrüßen können. Ladies and Gentlemen, The participants in the national and international financial markets are sailing through very rough waters. Best practice in business models and risk management of banks must adjust to a changing framework with increasing speed. Basel III entails distinctively stricter capital and liquidity requirements. A growing momentum has also reached gov - ern ments, ministries, supervisory bodies and central banks. Several generations of debate on bail-outs, public budget control and a re-design of the global financial system have not lead to a blueprint which leaders and decision makers can resort to, to lead the way forward. Finally, citizens and legislators are asking questions more demanding, more persistently and louder than before. Building trust is essential trust in the worthy ambition of healthy financial markets and economies that continue to prosper. It is more important than ever to communicate intensively with each other. Communication is key! As in previous years, the 14 th EURO FINANCE WEEK offers the appropriate and unique platform for financial actors to benefit from each other s knowledge, and to propose optimal solutions together. As the major network meeting for the financial industry in Europe, the conference brings together 500 speakers in 100 events, and 10,000 visitors from 60 countries. I would like to invite you to join us in these debates in the 14 th EURO FINANCE WEEK, and would be more than happy to welcome you from 14 to 18 November 2011 in Germany s financial centre Frankfurt am Main. Dr. Nader Maleki Chairman, Maleki Group, Frankfurt am Main 7 i

8 i Sonntag Sunday 13. November Tag Day 1Montag Monday 14. November 2Dienstag Tuesday 15. November Übersicht Overview EURO FINANCE WEEK 1.1 LEAD CONFERENCE 2011 I Finanzstandort Deutschland Europäische Entwicklungen, globale Herausforderungen Uhr Congress Center 1.2 Risk Management Konferenz I Uhr Congress Center 1.3 Banken-IT 2020 I Cloud Computing Uhr Congress Center 1.4 Versicherungsstandort Deutschland Uhr Congress Center 2.1 LEAD CONFERENCE 2011 II Economic and Financial Stability in Europe Crisis Resolution Management Uhr Congress Center 2.2 Risk Management Konferenz II Uhr Congress Center 2.3 Banken-IT 2020 II Business Process Management Uhr Congress Center th European Pension Funds Congress* 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Congress Center 2.5 Retail Banking Konferenz Uhr Congress Center 2.6 Tianjin Engine of China s Financial Reform 8:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Congress Center Exhibition Segment EURO FINANCE MARKETPLACE A central meeting point for networking and matchmaking Abend Evening International Piano Forum Frankfurt e.v. 1 Opening Piano Concert of 14 th EURO FINANCE WEEK 1.5 Award Ceremony European Banker of the Year :00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Congress Center 2.7 Executive Dinner EIOPA & Pension Funds Dinner & Preisverleihung Innovationspreis Retail Banking IT Executive Round Table Empfang/Reception Deutsche Bundesbank Empfang VII. European Real Estate Forum 1 1 Nur auf Einladung By invitation only * Konferenzsprache: Englisch Conference Language: English

9 3Mittwoch Wednesday 16. November Tag Day 4Donnerstag Thursday 17. November 5Freitag Friday 18. November 3.1 VII. European Real Estate Forum Uhr Congress Center 3.2 EIOPA Conference* 8:30 a.m. 5:20 p.m. Congress Center 3.3 Finance Meets Media Media Meets Finance Uhr Congress Center 3.4 Payments Konferenz Wie zahlt der Kunde der Zukunft? Uhr Congress Center rd IFC EURO FINANCE WEEK Conference* 1 8:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Congress Center 4.2 Congress on Central and Eastern Europe* 1 8:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Congress Center 4.3 Arab-German Finance and Investment Conference* 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Congress Center 4.5 Euro Debt Market Conference* 8:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Congress Center 4.6 Private Banking & Wealth Management Konferenz Uhr Congress Center 4.7 Global Finance Conference* 9:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Congress Center 5.1 Frankfurt European Banking Congress* 1 8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Alte Oper Frankfurt th CR & Responsible Investment Conference* 8:30 a.m. 3:15 p.m. Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof Congress Center Messe Frankfurt 3.5 Dinner VII. European Real Estate Forum Reception Congress on Central and Eastern Europe Dinner Frankfurt European Banking Congress Private Banking Gipfel Benefiz Gala Uhr Alte Oper Frankfurt 3.7 IFC-Dinner der Hessischen Landesregierung IFC-Dinner of the State of Hessen 1 Status i

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11 Unter den Sprechern sind Among the speakers are: Dr. Josef Ackermann Wolfgang Adamiok Dr. Helmut Aden Abdulaziz Al-Mikhlafi Dr. Florian Amereller, LL.M Dr. Franz Angermann Frank Annuscheit Jörg Asmussen Marc Auboin Dr. Thomas Bach Sprecher Speakers Georgina Baker Michel Barnier Oliver Bäte Dr. Martina Baumgärtel Prof. Thorsten Beck Frank Behrends Todd Benjamin Jella Benner-Heinacher Johann Berger Dr. Stefan Bergheim Gabriel Bernardino Jan Bettink Stefan Bielmeier Dr. Michael Bitzer Herbert Blaauw Kay Blair Susan Blesener Martin Blessing Anca-Daniela Boagiu Prof. Dr. Peter Bofinger Dr. h.c. Rudolf Böhmler Norbert Book Prof. Dr. Jürgen K. Bott Sharon Bowles, MEP Christian Brand Erik Breen Hans-Dieter Brenner Thierry Breton Dr. Udo Bröskamp Lothar Brozy Christian Bruck Stephan Bruhn Christoph Bubmann Denis Bugrov Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Buhl 11 i

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13 Patrick Burke Luigi Buttiglione Neil Carberry Dr. Andre Carls Paul Carty Christian Clausen Cornelia Coman Cong Lin Elizabeth Corley Charles H. Dallara Dr. Carl Heinz Daube Pauline de Chatillon Ding Huamei Katja Dofel Dr. Andreas Dombret Sprecher Speakers Du Qiang Jörg Eigendorf Dr. Bernd Eisenblätter Matthew Elderfield Andrea Enria Dr. Roland Franz Erben Dr. Joachim Faber Eric Falque Prof. Dr. Matthias Fischer Prof. Dr. Heiner Flassbeck Dr. Reto Francioni Ralf Frank, MBA Dr. Jürgen Friedrich Kai Friedrich Dr. Martin Fritz Uwe Fröhlich Hans-Joachim Fuchtel Prof. Dr. Marco Gercke Armin Gerhardt Prof. Dr. Lüder Gerken Thorsten Giehler Sergey N. Gorkov Oliver Griffith Thomas Groß Dr. Christian Grugel Prof. Dr. Helmut Gründl Dr. Paul-Gerhard Haase Heinrich Haasis Prof. Dr. Andreas Hackethal Dr. Louis Hagen photothekbafin Gabriele Hahn Jörg-Uwe Hahn, MdL Michael Harms Thomas Hartmann Wolfgang Hartmann 13 i

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15 Michael Heinen Carsten Hermann Christian Hiller von Gaertringen Karsten Hinrichs Rolf-Peter Hoenen Ulrich Höller, FRICS Winfried Holz Andreas Horchler Dr. Detlef Hosemann Dr. Christian Humborg Stephan Isenberg Ralf Jacob Dr. Wolfgang Jamann Jia Liang Prof. Dr. Clemens Jochum Sprecher Speakers Rashad-Rudolf Kaldany Steffen Kampeter, MdB Heribert Karch Harald Keller Prof. Dr. Dieter Kempf Wolfgang Kirsch Prof. Dr. Jens Kleine Dr. Malcolm D. Knight Barbara Knoflach Dr. Matthias Kollatz-Ahnen Michaela Koller Prof. Dr. Wolfgang König Jac Kragt Marcus Kramer Dr. Hans Kraus Dr. Reiner Krieglmeier Philipp Krohn Claudia Kruse Wolf Kunisch Prof. Dr. Thomas A. Lange Sabine Lautenschläger Laurent Levêque Gilbert Lichter Prof. Dr. Rainer Lindner John Lipsky, PhD Prof. Dr. Horst Löchel Thomas Losse-Müller Thomas Lünendonk Dr. Peter Lutz Jürgen Lux Matthias Machnig Michel Madelain Holger Mai Steven Maijoor Grigoriy Marchenko 15 i

16 i David Marsh Dr. Andreas Martin Dr. h.c. Carsten Maschmeyer Dr. Hans-Joachim Massenberg Dr. Andreas Mattner Dr. Thomas Mayer Francesco Mazzaferro Prof. Alexander J. McNeil Lee Meddin Klaus Friedrich Meier Hans W. Meier-Ewert Yves Mersch Friedrich Merz Frank Meys Edwin Meysmans Sprecher Speakers Philippe Mills Dr. Thomas Mirow Carlos Montalvo Rebuelta Prof. Dr. Jürgen Moormann Jerry Moriarty Jürgen Müller Dipl. Ing. Guenter Dr. Joachim Nagel Saeb Nahas Dr. Bernhard Napiontek Nachtlberger Hans-Jörg Naumer Dr. Mario Nava Franz Josef Nick Frank Nickel Józef Niemiec Anna Katarzyna Nietyksza Ralph M. Nitzgen Sascha Nöske Ralf Oberbannscheidt Jacek Obĺękowski Thomas Olofsson Ria Oomen-Ruijten, MEP Burkhard Oppenberg Pier Carlo Padoan Gianni Papa Dr. Solveig Pape-Hamich Prof. Dr. Hans-Gert Penzel Dr. Thomas Poppensieker Peter Praet Guido Ravoet Clemens Recker Dr. Hans Reckers Klaus Regling Swen Rehders Michael Reinicke 16

17 Didier Reynders Dr. Jörg Richter Gerard Riemen Rolf Riemenschnitter Rainer Riess Ilmars Rimsevics Werner Rohmert Raimund Röseler Dr. Harry Roth Dr. h.c. Petra Roth Hendrik Rujner Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Bert Rürup Wiebe Ruttenberg Steffen Saebisch Michael Salmony Sprecher Speakers Peter Sands Prof. Dr. Eberhard Sandschneider Hector Sants Georg Schardt Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble, MdB Dr. Gerhard Schick, MdB Joachim Schlange Karl Matthäus Schmidt Prof. Dr. Paul G. Schmidt Prof. Dr. Reinhard H. Schmidt Andreas Schmitz Dr. Ralf Schneider Joerg Schwitalla Joanne Segars Priyadarshi Sharma Vibhuti Sharma Dr. Imad Shehab Ulrich Sieber Yngve Slyngstad Dr. Thomas Sommer Dr. Ernst Stahl Prof. Dr. Udo Steffens Harry Stehrenberger Dr. Herbert Stepic Robert Stheeman Alessandro Stori Christof Strohkark Patricia Szarvas Douglas Taylor Dr. Kirsten Teegen Carl-Ludwig Thiele Heiko H. Thieme Claus P. Thomas Claus Tigges Peter Tils 17 i

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19 Claus Tofte-Nielsen Jens Tolckmitt Matthias Tomann Alexandre Antonio Tombini, PhD Jürgen Trittin, MdB Sophie Troistorff Mike Turner Domingo Valdés Karel Van Hulle Chris Verhaegen Ralf Vielhaber Erdmann R.G. Vogt Dr. Hans Volkert Volckens Jan von Allwörden Wilhelm v. Haller Sprecher Speakers Robert von Heusinger Dr. Holger von Jouanne-Diedrich Hubertus Graf von Plettenberg Joachim von Schorlemer Susan Voss Prof. Dr. Ursula Walther Ruth Wandhöfer Wang Jian Daniela er-rey Dr. Volkmar Weckesser Dr. Axel Wehling Dr. Jens Weidmann Dieter Weiß Ernst Welteke Bruno Wenn Michael Werner Christian Wessels Frank Westhoff Jörg Westphal Vikram Widge Prof. Volker Wieland, PhD Jörg Wiemer Bernhard Wiesner Dr. Volker Wissing, MdB Dr. Martin C. Wittig Stefan Wojahn Stephen Wong Prof. Dr. Wolfram Wrabetz Christopher Morten Wright, PhD Xie Bing Prof. Yu Yongding, PhD Jeromin Zettelmeyer Zhang Ruigang Rainer M. Zierhofer Thomas Zinnöcker 19 Stand Status 21 October 2011 i

20 i Unter den Sprechern sind Among the speakers are: Sprecher Speakers 20 Dr. Josef Ackermann Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Wolfgang Adamiok Direktor Zahlungsverkehr / Kartenstrategie, Deutscher Sparkassen- und Giroverband (DSGV) e.v., Berlin Dr. Helmut Aden Member of the Board, BVV Versicherungsverein des Bankgewerbes a. G., Berlin Abdulaziz Al-Mikhlafi Secretary General, Ghorfa Arab- German Chamber of Commerce and Industry e.v., Berlin Dr. Florian Amereller, LL.M Partner, AMERELLER Rechtsanwälte, Munich Dr. Franz Angermann Managing Director, Head UBS Private Wealth Advisors, UBS Deutschland AG, Frankfurt a.m. Frank Annuscheit Group Chief Operating Officer and Member of the Board of Managing Directors, Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Jörg Asmussen State Secretary of Finance of the Federal Republic of Germany, Berlin Marc Auboin Counsellor, Economic Research and Statistics Division, WTO, Geneva Haluk Aydinoglu CEO of CEB Russia & Global Head of Retail Banking, Credit Europe Bank, Netherlands Dr. Henry Azzam Chairman MENA, Deutsche Bank Middle East, UAE Dr. Thomas Bach President, Ghorfa Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry e.v., Berlin Georgina Baker Director, Short Term Finance, IFC International Finance Corporation, Washington, D.C. Michel Barnier Commissioner for Internal Market and Services, European Commission, Brussels Oliver Bäte Member of the Board, Allianz SE, Munich; Representative of EIOPA Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group Dr. Martina Baumgärtel Executive Vice President, Head of Group Regulatory Policy (GRP), Allianz SE, Munich Prof. Thorsten Beck Professor of Economics, Chairman, European Banking Center, Tilburg University Frank Behrends Member of the Board of Managing Directors, BHF-BANK AG, Frankfurt a.m. Todd Benjamin Todd Benjamin International Ltd., London Jella Benner-Heinacher Managing Director, Deutsche Schutzvereinigung für Wert - papierbesitz e.v., Düsseldorf Johann Berger Vice Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors, Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Stefan Bergheim Director, Center for Social Progress, Frankfurt a.m. Gabriel Bernardino Chairman, EIOPA European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, Frankfurt a.m. Jan Bettink President, Association of German Pfandbrief Banks; Member of the Board of Managing Directors, Landesbank Berlin AG, Berlin Stefan Bielmeier Chief Economist, DZ BANK, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Michael Bitzer Chief Executive Officer, National Health Insurance Company, Daman Herbert Blaauw Manager Identity, Security & Risk Management, Atos Kay Blair Vice-Chair, UK Financial Services Consumer Panel, London; Vice- Chair of EIOPA Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group Susan Blesener Director of Corporate Accountability, Novo Nordisk A/S, Bagsvaerd, Denmark Martin Blessing Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors, Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Anca-Daniela Boagiu Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, Romania Prof. Dr. Peter Bofinger Chair for Monetary Policy and International Economics, University of Wuerzburg; Member of the German Council of Economic Experts, Wiesbaden Dr. h.c. Rudolf Böhmler Member of the Executive Board, former State Secretary, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Norbert Book Managing Partner, ConSecur GmbH, Meppen Sabrina Borlini Senior Trade Finance Officer, IFC International Finance Corporation, Brussels Prof. Dr. Jürgen K. Bott Professor for Financial Management, University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern Volker Bouffier Minister President of the State of Hessen, Wiesbaden Sharon Bowles, MEP Chair of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee (ECON), European Parliament, Brussels Christian Brand President, Bundesverband Öffentlicher Banken Deutschlands e.v. VÖB, Berlin Erik Breen Senior Vice President, Head of Responsible Investing, Robeco Nederland BV, Rotterdam Hans-Dieter Brenner Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors, Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen, Frankfurt a.m. Thierry Breton Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Atos, Paris Dr. Udo Bröskamp Global Head Financial Services, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Lothar Brozy Head of Insurance, Detecon International GmbH, Eschborn Christian Bruck Partner Financial Services, BearingPoint, Frankfurt a.m. Stephan Bruhn Member of the Management Board, Frankfurter Sparkasse, Frankfurt a.m.; Chairman of the Supervisory Board, 1822direkt Gesellschaft der Frankfurter Sparkasse mbh, Frankfurt a.m. Christoph Bubmann Chief Client Officer, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Denis Bugrov Member of the Management Board and Senior Vice President, Sberbank, Moscow Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Buhl Academic Director Research Center Finance & Information Management and Head of Fraunhofer Project Group»Business & Information Systems Engineering«, University of Augsburg Patrick Burke Chairman, EFRP European Federation for Retirement Provision, Brussels; Director Investment Development, Irish Life Investment Managers, Dublin Luigi Buttiglione Head of Global Strategy, Brevan Howard Investment Products Limited, St. Hélier (Jersey), Geneva Neil Carberry Director of Employment Affairs, Confederation of British Industry (CBI), London; Chair, Employment Comittee, BusinessEurope, Brussels Dr. Andre Carls Chief Executive Officer Central and Eastern Europe Holding, Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Paul Carty Chairman, The European Federation of Insurance Intermediaries (BIPAR), Brussels; Representative of EIOPA Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group Nebojsa Ciric Minister of Economy and Regional Development, Serbia Christian Clausen President, European Banking Federation & Group CEO, Nordea Cornelia Coman Chair, Romanian Pension Funds Association (APAPR), Bucharest; President of the Board of Administration, ING PENSII S.A.F.P.A.P SA Romania, Bucharest Cong Lin President, ICBC Financial Leasing Co. Ltd. Elizabeth Corley Chief Executive Officer, Allianz Global Investors Europe, Munich Charles H. Dallara Managing Director, The Institute of International Finance, Inc., Washington, D.C. Dr. Carl Heinz Daube Managing Director, Bundesrepublik Deutschland Finanzagentur GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Pauline de Chatillon Director of Supervision of Business Practices, Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel (ACP), Paris; Chair of EIOPA Committee on Consumer Protection and Financial Innovation Martin Didunyk Managing Partner, pharma24 Versandapotheke, Neunkirchen Ding Huamei President, Tianjin Financial Assets Exchange Katja Dofel Business Reporter, Head of Stock Exchange Studio, n-tv Nach rich - tenfernsehen, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Andreas Dombret Member of the Executive Board, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Roland Dominicé Chief Executive Officer, Symbiotics SA Information, Consulting and Services, Geneva Du Qiang Director General, Tianjin Municipal People's Government Financial Affairs Office Jörg Eigendorf Chief Reporter / Member of the Editorial Board, WELT Gruppe, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Bernd Eisenblätter Chairman of the Management Board, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH Matthew Elderfield Head of Financial Regulation, Central Bank of Ireland, Dublin; Member of the EIOPA Management Board Mathis Engelmann Consultant for Communications in Private Banking, Bad Homburg v.d.h. Andrea Enria Chairman, European Banking Authority (EBA), London Dr. Roland Franz Erben Editor-in-Chief, RISIKO MANAGER, Cologne; Senior Research Fellow, Forschungszentrum Risiko - manage ment, University of Wuerzburg Korhan Eryilmaz Director, Emerging Companies Market, Istanbul Stock Exchange, Istanbul Dr. Joachim Faber Member of the Board of Management, Allianz SE; Chief Executive Officer, Allianz Global Investors AG, Munich Eric Falque Partner, Member of the Management Committee, BearingPoint, Paris Prof. Dr. Matthias Fischer Professor for Finance and Banking, Georg-Simon-Ohm University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg; Partner, bankenversicherungen.de, Nuremberg Prof. Dr. Heiner Flassbeck Director, Division on Globalization and Development Strategies, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Geneva Dr. Reto Francioni Chief Executive Officer, Deutsche Börse AG, Frankfurt a.m. Ralf Frank, MBA Managing Director, DVFA GmbH German Society of Investment Professionals, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Jürgen Friedrich Chief Executive Officer, Germany Trade and Invest Gesellschaft für Außenwirtschaft und Standortmarketing mbh, Berlin Kai Friedrich Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Cortal Consors S.A., Nuremberg Dr. Martin Fritz Personally Liable Partner, Fürst Fugger Privatbank Kommandit - gesellschaft, Augsburg Uwe Fröhlich President, Bundesverband der Deutschen Volksbanken und Raiffeisenbanken e.v., Berlin Hans-Joachim Fuchtel Parliamentary Secretary of State, Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales, Berlin Prof. Dr. Marco Gercke Director, Cybercrime Research Institute, Cologne

21 Sprecher Speakers 21 Armin Gerhardt CEO, EFIS EDI Finance Service AG, Dreieich Prof. Dr. Lüder Gerken Chairman of the Board, Centrum für Europäische Politik, Freiburg Thorsten Giehler Director, Financial Sector Reform Programme, GIZ Sergey N. Gorkov Debuty Chairman of the Management Board, Sberbank, Moscow Oliver Griffith Head of Communications and Public Affairs Western Europe, IFC International Finance Corporation, Paris Thomas Groß Chief Risk Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Board of Directors, WestLB AG, Düsseldorf Dr. Christian Grugel Head of Department Consumer Policy, Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, Berlin Prof. Dr. Helmut Gründl Chair of Insurance and Regulation, Managing Director International Center for Insurance Regulation, Goethe- University, Frankfurt a.m. Markus Gunter Spokesman of the Management Board, DAB bank AG, Munich Guo Zuojian Director General, China Insurance Regulatory Commission Tianjin Bureau Dr. Paul-Gerhard Haase Banking Industry Solutions Leader Germany, IBM Deutschland GmbH, Hannover Heinrich Haasis President, Deutscher Spar - kassen- und Giroverband e.v., Berlin Prof. Dr. Andreas Hackethal Professor of Finance at the House of Finance and Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Goethe- University Frankfurt am Main Wolfgang Haehn Managing Director, KRONE KOMMUNIKATION GmbH; Chairman, DAPG German Asia Pacific Society, Cologne Dr. Louis Hagen Speaker of the Board of Managing Directors, Münchener Hypothekenbank, Munich Gabriele Hahn Chief Executive Director of Insurance Supervision, Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin), Bonn Jörg-Uwe Hahn, MdL Stellvertretender Minister - präsident des Landes Hessen; Hessischer Minister der Justiz, für Integration und Europa, Wiesbaden Michael Harms Chairman of the Board, German- Russian Chamber of Commerce, Moscow Michael Harms Head of Investment Strategy and Research, Bethmann Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Thomas Hartmann Expert Consultant and Payment Practice Leader Germany, IBM Deutschland GmbH, IBM Global Business Services, Frankfurt a.m. Wolfgang Hartmann Chairman of the Board, Frankfurter Institut für Risikomanagement und Regulierung, Frankfurt a.m. Martin Häusling Member of the European Parliament, Member of the EP Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development, Greens/EFA coordinator in AGRI, Brussels Michael Heinen Head of Direct Banking, Managing Director, Deutsche Postbank AG, Bonn Carsten Hermann Managing Partner, Feri Trust GmbH, Bad Homburg v.d.h. Christian Hiller von Gaertringen Editor, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt a.m. Claus F. Hilles Regional Representative D-A-CH, EBA Group, Frankfurt a.m. Karsten Hinrichs Managing Director/CFO, ECE Projektmanagement GmbH & Co KG, Hamburg Rolf-Peter Hoenen President, Gesamtverband der Deutschen Versicherungs - wirtschaft e.v. (GDV), German Insurance Association, Berlin Ulrich Höller, FRICS Chief Executive Officer, DIC Asset AG, Frankfurt a.m. Winfried Holz CEO GBU Germany, Atos, Essen Andreas Horchler Moderator and Editor, Hessischer Rundfunk, hr-info, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Detlef Hosemann Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Board of Managing Directors, Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen Girozentrale, Frankfurt a.m. Felix Huber Founder and CEO, Incentage AG, Fehraltorf/Zürich Dr. Christian Humborg Managing Director, Transparency International Deutschland e.v., Berlin Stephan Isenberg Member of the Board of Management, Bethmann Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Ralf Jacob Head of Unit»Active Ageing, Pensions, Healthcare«, Directorate-General Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, European Commission, Brussels Dr. Wolfgang Jamann Secretary General, Chief Executive of the Board, Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e.v., Bonn Jia Liang CEO, Tianjin Innovative Finance Investment Co. Ltd. Prof. Dr. Clemens Jochum Honorary Professor of Information Systems, Goethe- University, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Johannes Kaiser Leistungsangebot im Massen - zahlungsverkehr, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Rashad-Rudolf Kaldany Vice President, Global Industries, IFC International Finance Corporation, Washington, D.C. Steffen Kampeter, MdB Parliamentary State Secretary, Bundesministerium der Finanzen, Berlin Heribert Karch Chairman, aba Arbeits gemein - schaft für betriebliche Alters - versorgung e.v., Heidelberg; Managing Director, MetallRente GmbH, Berlin Harald Keller Senior Manager Payments Markets, EMEA, S.W.I.F.T Germany GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Prof. Dr. Dieter Kempf President, BITKOM e.v., Berlin Wolfgang Kirsch Chief Executive Officer, DZ BANK AG, Frankfurt a.m. Prof. Dr. Jens Kleine Chair of Financial Services, Steinbeis University Berlin Dr. Malcolm D. Knight Vice Chairman, Deutsche Bank Global Group, New York Barbara Knoflach Chief Executive Officer, SEB Asset Management, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Matthias Kollatz-Ahnen Vice-President, European Investment Bank, Luxembourg Michaela Koller Director General, CEA Comité Européen des Assurances, Brussels; Chair of EIOPA Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group Prof. Dr. Wolfgang König Professor für Wirtschafts - informatik und Geschäfts - führender Direktor, House of Finance Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt a.m. Jac Kragt Chief Risk Officer, PGGM, Zeist Marcus Kramer Chief Risk Officer, Member of the Board of Management, Bayerische Landesbank, Munich Dr. Hans Kraus Managing Director, Head of PBC Services, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Reiner Krieglmeier Member of the Board of Management, Bankhaus Herzogpark AG, Munich Philipp Krohn Journalist, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt a.m. Bodo Krüger President, DAW German-Asian Business Circle; Honorary Consul General of Nepal, Frankfurt a.m. Claudia Kruse Head of Governance and Sustainability, APG, Amsterdam Wolf Kunisch Managing Director, Atos Worldline GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Hermann Kutzer Economic Journalist, Kutzer Live, Frankfurt a.m. Prof. Dr. Thomas A. Lange Chairman of the Management Board, NATIONAL-BANK AG, Essen Sabine Lautenschläger Vice President, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Albert Lechner Vorstand Zahlungsverkehr Euro, BCB Betriebs-Center für Banken AG, Munich Laurent Levêque Senior Banker Europe & Africa at Official Institutions Coverage, BNP Paribas, Paris Gilbert Lichter Chief Executive Officer, EBA CLEARING, Paris Marco Lichtfous Deputy Head Financial Stability and Prudential Supervision, Banque centrale du Luxembourg Prof. Dr. Rainer Lindner Executive Director, Ost-Ausschuss der Deutschen Wirtschaft, Berlin John Lipsky, PhD Former First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C. Liu Xiaoyong Vice Chairman & CEO, HNA Capital Holding Co. Ltd. Prof. Dr. Horst Löchel Frankfurt School of Finance & Management Thomas Losse-Müller Senior Financial Sector Specialist Africa Region, The World Bank, Washington, D.C. Thomas Lünendonk Owner, Lünendonk GmbH, Kaufbeuren Dr. Peter Lutz Executive Director Banking Supervision, Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin), Bonn Jürgen Lux Partner Financial Services, BearingPoint, Frankfurt a.m. Matthias Machnig Minister of Economy, Labour and Technology, Thuringian Ministry of Economy, Labour and Technology, Erfurt Michel Madelain President and Chief Operating Officer, Moody's Investors Service, Moody's Corporation, London Holger Mai Executive President of the Management Committee, Frankfurter Bankgesellschaft (Schweiz AG), Zurich Steven Maijoor Chairman, European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), Paris Dr. Nader Maleki President, International Bankers Forum e.v.; Chairman & CEO, Maleki Group, Frankfurt a.m. Grigoriy Marchenko Governor, National Bank of Kazakhstan, Almaty David Marsh Chairman, SCCO International Ltd. & Co-chairman, OMFIF, London Dr. Andreas Martin Member of the Board, Bundesverband der Deutschen Volksbanken und Raiffeisen - banken e.v. (BVR), Berlin Dr. h.c. Carsten Maschmeyer Chairman of the Management Board, MaschmeyerRürup AG, Hannover Dr. Hans-Joachim Massenberg Member of the Management Board, Bundesverband deutscher Banken e.v., Berlin Hans Jürgen Matern Vice President, Sustainability & Regulatory Affairs, METRO AG, Düsseldorf Dr. Andreas Mattner President, German Property Foundation, Berlin Dr. Thomas Mayer Chief Economist, Deutsche Bank Group, Frankfurt a.m. Francesco Mazzaferro Head of the Secretariat, European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB), Frankfurt a.m. Prof. Alexander J. McNeil Director, Scottish Financial Risk Academy, Edinburgh Lee Meddin Director, Structured and Securitized Products, IFC International Finance Corporation, Washington, D.C. Klaus Friedrich Meier Senior Projectmanager Marketing & Communication, Maier + Vidorno GmbH, Cologne i

22 i Sprecher Speakers 22 Hans W. Meier-Ewert Executive Vice President, Afrika-Verein der deutschen Wirtschaft e.v., Hamburg Yves Mersch Governor, Banque centrale du Luxembourg, Luxembourg Friedrich Merz Partner, Mayer Brown LLP, Berlin; Chairman, Atlantik-Brücke e.v., Berlin Frank Meys Partner Financial Services, BearingPoint, Munich Edwin Meysmans Managing Director, Pensioenfonds KBC, Brussels Corina Mihalache Business Analyst, Business Information Systems (Allevo) S.R.L., Bucharest Philippe Mills Chief Executive, Agence France Trésor AFT Ministère de l'economie, des Finances et de l'emploi, Paris Dr. Thomas Mirow President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, London Carlos Montalvo Rebuelta Executive Director, EIOPA European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, Frankfurt a.m. Prof. Dr. Jürgen Moormann Professor for Bank Management, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Frankfurt a.m. Jerry Moriarty Director of Policy, IAPF Irish Association of Pension Funds, Dublin Jürgen Müller Senior Vice President, CTO Global Systems Integration, Atos Keith Mullin Editor at large, International Financing Review ifr, London Dipl. Ing. Guenter Nachtlberger Cloud Services Sales Leader, IBM Austria GmbH, Vienna Dr. Joachim Nagel Member of the Executive Board, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Saeb Nahas President & CEO, Nahas Enterprises Group, Damascus Dr. Bernhard Napiontek Head of Risk Management, Financial Services Industry, IBM Global Business Services, Frankfurt a.m. Hans-Jörg Naumer Head of Capital Market Analysis, Allianz Global Investors, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Mario Nava Acting Director, Directorate H: Financial Institutions, DG Internal Market and Services, European Commission, Brussels Franz Josef Nick Chief Executive Officer, TARGO- BANK AG & Co. KGaA, Düsseldorf Frank Nickel Managing Director/ Head of Commercial Real Estate Group Germany, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Józef Niemiec Deputy General Secretary, European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), Brussels Anna Katarzyna Nietyksza Chairman of the Board, EFICOM S.A., Certified Authorized Advisor on NewConnect, Member of EESC, Warsaw Ralph M. Nitzgen Senior Executive Officer & General Manager, Commerzbank AG, Dubai Sascha Nöske Chairman of the Board, STRATEGIS Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin Hansjörg Nymphius Chairman, Euro Banking Association, Paris Ralf Oberbannscheidt Partner GTP, Portfolio Manager Global Agribusiness Stock Strategy, Global Thematic Partners, LLC, New York Jacek Obĺȩkowski Vice President of the Management Board in charge of Retail Market, PKO Bank Polski, Warsaw Thomas Olofsson Head of Funding, Riksgälden Swedish National Debt Office, Stockholm Ria Oomen-Ruijten, MEP Rapporteur of the Green Paper on Pensions, European Parliament, Brussels Burkhard Oppenberg Partner, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, Frankfurt a.m. Pier Carlo Padoan Deputy Secretary-General and Chief Economist, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris Gianni Papa Senior Executive Vice President and Head of CEE Division, UniCredit Dr. Solveig Pape-Hamich Vice President, Asset Allocation Investmentstrategies, KfW Bankengruppe, Frankfurt a.m. John R. Peachey Managing Director, Global Head Financing Solutions Group, HSBC, London Prof. Dr. Hans-Gert Penzel Managing Director, ibi research at the University of Regensburg GmbH Timur Peters Managing Director, Debitos GmbH, Berlin Thorsten Pinkepank Head of Sustainability Coordination, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen Dr. Thomas Poppensieker Director, Leader German Risk Management Practice, McKinsey & Company, Inc., Munich Peter Praet Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank, Frankfurt a.m. Guido Ravoet Chief Executive, European Banking Federation, Brussels Clemens Recker Head of Public Relations and Country Departments, Ghorfa Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry e.v., Berlin Dr. Hans Reckers Managing Director, Bundesverband Öffentlicher Banken Deutschlands e.v., Berlin Klaus Regling Chief Executive Officer, European Financial Stability Facility, Luxembourg Swen Rehders Executive Vice President Strategic Sales Engagements, Atos Michael Reinicke Managing Director, Deutsche Bank AG, GT Capital Markets, Frankfurt a.m. Didier Reynders Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Kingdom of Belgium, Brussels; Member of the Eurogroup Dr. Jörg Richter Managing Director, Institut für Qualitätssicherung und Prüfung von Finanzdienstleistungen GmbH, Hannover Gerard Riemen Managing Director, Federation of the Dutch Pension Funds, The Hague Rolf Riemenschnitter Group Chief Technology Officer, Deutsche Bank AG, Eschborn Rainer Riess Managing Director, XETRA Market Development, Deutsche Börse AG, Frankfurt a.m. Ilmars Rimsevics Governor, Bank of Latvia, Riga Werner Rohmert Chairman of the Board, Research Media AG, Publisher»Der Immobilienbrief«,»Der Fondsbrief«,»Handelsimmobilien Report«, Rheda-Wiedenbrück Raimund Röseler Executive Director, Banking Supervision, Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin), Bonn Dr. Harry Roth Senior Vice President Financial Services, Atos, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. h.c. Petra Roth Mayor, City of Frankfurt am Main Hendrik Rujner Principal, Head of Operational Excellence, Competence Center Financial Industries, Horváth & Partners GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Markus Rupprecht Chief Executive Officer, Traxpay AG, Cologne Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Bert Rürup Member of the Management Board, MaschmeyerRürup AG, Frankfurt a.m. Wiebe Ruttenberg Head of Market Integration Division, European Central Bank, Frankfurt a.m. Steffen Saebisch Vice Minister of Economics, Transport, Urban and Regional Development, State of Hessen Michael Salmony Executive Adviser, Equens SE, Frankfurt a.m. Peter Sands Group Chief Executive, Standard Chartered PLC, London Prof. Dr. Eberhard Sandschneider Otto Wolff-Director of the Research Institute, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP), Berlin Hector Sants Chief Executive Officer, The Financial Services Authority (FSA), London; Member of the EIOPA Management Board Georg Schardt Vorstand, Payment Network AG, Gauting Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble, MdB Minister of Finance of the Federal Republic of Germany, Berlin Dr. Gerhard Schick, MdB Speaker of the Finance Committee of the Greens, German Bundestag, Berlin Joachim Schlange Managing Director, Schlange & Co. GmbH, Hamburg Karl Matthäus Schmidt Chief Executive Officer, quirin bank AG, Berlin Prof. Dr. Paul G. Schmidt Head of Economics Department, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Frankfurt a.m. Prof. Dr. Reinhard H. Schmidt Chair of International Banking and Finance, House of Finance, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt a.m. Andreas Schmitz President, Bundesverband deutscher Banken e.v., Berlin Dr. Ralf Schneider Group Chief Information Officer, Allianz SE, Munich Joerg Schwitalla Manging Director, giropay GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Steffen Seeger Member of the Management Board, Chief Financial Officer, FIDOR Bank AG, Munich Joanne Segars Chief Executive, NAPF National Association of Pension Funds Ltd., London Priyadarshi Sharma Managing Director, Mutual PR, Germany/India Vibhuti Sharma Managing Director, Global Head Development Organizations, Standard Chartered Bank Dr. Imad Shehab Secretary General, General Union of Arab Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture for Arab Countries Ulrich Sieber Member of the Board of Managing Directors, Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Yngve Slyngstad Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer Allocation, Norges Bank Investment Management, Oslo Dr. Thomas Sommer Member of the Board, WL Bank AG, Münster Dr. Ernst Stahl Research Director, ibi research an der Universität Regensburg GmbH Prof. Dr. Udo Steffens President, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Frankfurt a.m. Harry Stehrenberger Vice President, Financial Services Industry, Oracle EMEA, Geneva Babette Stein von Kamienski Head of Division, Education and Sustainable Economic Develop - ment Team, North Africa and Middle East Department, KfW Development Bank, Germany Ekkehard Stein Attorney at law, Partner, Paule&Partner Rechtsanwalts - gesellschaft bürgerlichen Rechts; Vice-President, DAW German-Asian Business Circle, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Herbert Stepic Chief Executive Officer, Raiffeisen Bank International AG, Vienna Erik Sternischa Sales Manager, Cellent Finance Solutions AG, Stuttgart Robert Stheeman Chief Executive, UK Debt Management Office, London Dr. Ludwig Stiftl Center of Competence for Retakaful, Munich RE, Munich

23 Sprecher Speakers 23 Alessandro Stori General Manager, Fondenergia, Rome Christof Strohkark Head of Banking, Detecon International GmbH, Eschborn Patricia Szarvas Anchor, CNBC, Frankfurt a.m. Douglas Taylor Financial Services Chief Advocate, Which?, London; Representative of EIOPA Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group Dr. Kirsten Teegen Director, Head of Asset Management, NATIONAL-BANK AG, Essen Carl-Ludwig Thiele Member of the Executive Board, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Heiko H. Thieme Chairman, American Heritage Management Corp., Stamford, CT Claus P. Thomas Managing Director, LaSalle GmbH, Munich Claus Tigges President of Berlin Regional Office, Deutsche Bundesbank, Berlin Peter Tils Chief Executive Officer Central and Eastern Europe, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Claus Tofte-Nielsen Senior Portfolio Manager, Norges Investment, Oslo Jens Tolckmitt Chief Executive, Association of German Pfandbrief Banks, Berlin Matthias Tomann Managing Director, Senacor Technologies AG, Schwaig b. Nürnberg Alexandre Antonio Tombini, PhD Governor, Banco Central do Brasil, Brasilia Jürgen Trittin, MdB Chairman of the Parliamentary Group Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, Berlin Sophie Troistorff Manager Financial Market Portfolio, Atos, Paris Mike Turner Head of Global Strategy & Asset Allocation, Aberdeen Asset Management, Edinburgh Steffen Uttich Chief Editor of the Real Estate Market Section, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt a.m. Domingo Valdés Chief Financial Officer, Grupo VINTE, México, D.F. Michiel van Eldik Managing Director Wholesale & Partnering, Telefónica Germany GmbH & Co. OHG, Munich Karel Van Hulle Head of Unit Insurance and Pensions, Internal Market and Services DG, European Commission, Brussels Chris Verhaegen Secretary General, EFRP European Federation for Retirement Provision, Brussels Ralf Vielhaber Managing Director, FUCHSBRIEFE Dr. Hans Fuchs GmbH, Berlin Erdmann R.G. Vogt Managing Director, VietinBank Germany, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Hans Volkert Volckens Chief Financial Officer, IVG Immobilien AG, Bonn Jan von Allwörden Head of Department Underwriting Member of the Executive Board, Euler Hermes Kreditversicherungs-AG, Hamburg Wilhelm v. Haller Chief Executive Officer, Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie. AG & Co. KGaA, Cologne Robert von Heusinger Deputy Chief Editor, Frakfurter Rundschau, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Holger von Jouanne-Diedrich Principal Management Consultant, Atos, Frankfurt a.m. Hubertus Graf von Plettenberg Senior Vice President Corporate Management, DEG Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungs - gesellschaft mbh, Cologne Joachim von Schorlemer Country Head Germany, BNP Paribas Branch Frankfurt, Frankfurt a.m. Susan Voss President, NAIC National Association of Insurance Commissioners, Washington, D.C.; Insurance Commissioner for the State of Iowa Jan F. Wagner Frankfurt Correspondent, DAS INVESTMENT, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Robert Wagner Geschäftsführer, BearingPoint, Frankfurt a.m. Prof. Dr. Ursula Walther Professor for Financial Risk Management, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Frankfurt a.m. Ruth Wandhöfer Head of Regulatory & Market Strategy, Citi Global Transaction Services, London Wang Jian General Manager, Tianjin International Financing Service Co. Ltd. Daniela er-rey Partner, Clifford Chance LLP, Frankfurt a.m.; Representative of EIOPA Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group Dr. Volkmar Weckesser Chief Information Officer, DekaBank, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Axel Wehling Member of the Executive Board, Gesamtverband der Deutschen Versicherungswirtschaft e.v. (GDV), German Insurance Association, Berlin Dr. Jens Weidmann President, Deutsche Bundesbank; Member of the Governing Council of the ECB, Frankfurt a.m. Dieter Weiß Managing Director, KGAL GmbH & Co. KG, Grünwald / Munich Ernst Welteke Chairman of the Board, Banco Kwanza Invest, Luanda/Angola; Former President of the Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Wen Zhenshun Consul General of the People s Republic of China, Frankfurt a.m. Bruno Wenn Chairman of the Management Board, DEG Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungs - gesellschaft mbh, Cologne Michael Werner Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers AG, Frankfurt a.m. Christian Wessels Partner, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Frank Westhoff Member of the Board of Managing Directors, Chief Risk Officer, DZ BANK AG, Frankfurt a.m. Jörg Westphal Chief Executive Officer, Protektor Lebensversicherungs-AG, Berlin Vikram Widge Head, Climate Financial Products, IFC International Finance Corporation, Climate Business Group, Washington, D.C. Prof. Volker Wieland, PhD Professor of Monetary Theory and Policy and Founding Professor at the IMFS, Goethe University of Frankfurt Jörg Wiemer Chief Executive Officer, Treasury Intelligence Solutions GmbH (TIS), Walldorf Bernhard Wiesner Senior Vice President Corporate Pensions, Bosch Group, Stuttgart; Representative of EIOPA Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group Dr. Heike Winter Grundsatzfragen Massen - zahlungsverkehr, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Volker Wissing, MdB Deputy Parliamentary Party Leader of the Free Democratic Party (FDP), Deutscher Bundestag, Berlin Dr. Martin C. Wittig Chief Executive Officer, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH, Zurich Stefan Wojahn Partner, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH, Hamburg Stephen Wong Director, Hong Kong Economic and Trade Affairs, (Central and Eastern Europe), The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Berlin Prof. Dr. Wolfram Wrabetz Chief Executive Officer, Helvetia Versicherungen Deutschland; Representative for the Insurance Sector of the Hessian Government, Frankfurt a.m. Christopher Morten Wright, PhD Senior Analyst, Climate Change / Environment, Ownership Policies, Norges Bank Investment Management, Oslo Wu Dong Vice Director, Administrative Commission of Tianjing Dongjiang Free Trade Port Zone Xie Bing GIZ Financial Sector Reform Programme Representative in Germany Yu Longwu Director General, China Banking Regulatory Commission Tianjin Office Prof. Yu Yongding, PhD Academician, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing Jeromin Zettelmeyer Deputy Chief Economist and Head of Research, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, London Zhang Ruigang Vice Director, Tianjin Binhai New Area People's Government Rainer M. Zierhofer Partner, Head of Frankfurt Office, Competence Center Financial Industries, Horváth & Partners GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Thomas Zinnöcker Chief Executive Officer, GSW Immobilien AG, Berlin The EURO FINANCE WEEK's Academic Advisory Council Prof. Dr. Paul Alpar Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, Philipps-University Marburg Prof. Dr. Dieter Bartmann Faculty of Business, Economics and Management Information Systems, University of Regensburg Prof. Dr. Jürgen K. Bott Faculty of Business Administration, University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Buhl Research Center Finance & Information Management, University of Augsburg Prof. Dr. Matthias Fischer Faculty of Business Administration, Georg Simon Ohm University of Applied Sciences, Nuremberg Prof. Dr. Andreas Hackethal Goethe Business School, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main Prof. Dr. Michaela M. Kiermeier Faculty of Economy and Business Administration, University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt Prof. Dr. Wolfgang König House of Finance, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main Prof. Dr. Jan Pieter Krahnen Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main Prof. Dr. Ernst-Moritz Lipp Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main Prof. Dr. Raimond Maurer House of Finance, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main Prof. Dr. Jürgen Moormann Management Department, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Frankfurt a.m. Prof. Dr. Friedrich Schade Institut für Privatkunden, BiTs Business and Information Technology School ggmbh, Iserlohn Prof. Dr. Christoph Schalast Legal Studies & Ethics Department, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Frankfurt a.m. Prof. Dr. Reinhard H. Schmidt Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main Prof. Dr. Bernd Skiera Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main Prof. Dr. Mark Wahrenburg Goethe Business School, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main Prof. Dr. Beatrice Weder di Mauro Gutenberg School of Manage - ment & Economics, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz Stand Status 21 October 2011 i

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25 Eröffnungskonzert der 14. Euro Finance Week Sonntag, 13. November 2011, Uhr Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof»Piano Salon«Trio Legato Gabriele Gylyte Klavier Christopher Herrmann Cello Roman Kuperschmidt Klarinette Programm Avo Pärt (1935-)»Für Alina«Piano Solo L. v. Beethoven ( ) Trio op. 11 B-Dur für Klarinette, Klavier und Violoncello Allegro con brio Adagio Allegretto (Thema: Pria ch io l impegnio, IX Var.) Finale Allegro Nino Rota ( ) Trio für Klarinette, Klavier und Violoncello Allegro Andante Allegrissimo Pause Piazzolla ( )»Le Grand Tango«für Violoncello und Klavier P. Juon ( )»Trio Miniaturen«für Klarinette, Klavier und Violoncello op. 18 Nr. 3,»Reverie«op. 18 Nr. 7,»Humoreske«op. 18 Nr. 6,»Elegie«op. 24 Nr. 2,»Quasi Valse lente«op. 24 Nr. 2,»Danse phantastique«avo Pärt (1935-)»Tratres«Trio Arrangement für Klarinette, Klavier und Violoncello International Piano Forum Frankfurt e.v. Vorstand Für Spenden Wiesenau Frankfurt am Main Fon +49(0) Fax +49(0) Udo Corts, Peter Gatti, Prof. Dr. Oliver Hein, Dr. Nader Maleki, Maryam Maleki, Dr. Hermann Reuter VR Vereinsregister Frankfurt Über eine Spende zugunsten des International Piano Forum Frankfurt e.v. würden wir uns freuen. Frankfurter Sparkasse BLZ Kto. Nr Mit freundlicher Unterstützung 25

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27 Tag Day 1Montag Monday 14. November Der Tag im Überblick The Day at a Glance Übersicht Overview 1.1 LEAD CONFERENCE 2011 I Finanzstandort Deutschland Europäische Entwicklungen, globale Herausforderungen Financial Centre Germany European Developments, Global Challenges Uhr Congress Center 1.2 Risk Management Konferenz I Uhr Congress Center 1.3 Banken-IT 2020 I Cloud Computing Uhr Congress Center 1.4 Versicherungsstandort Deutschland Uhr Congress Center Abend Evening 1.5 Award Ceremony European Banker of the Year :00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Congress Center 27 1

28 1 1.1 LEAD CONFERENCE 2011 I»Finanzstandort Deutschland Europäische Entwicklungen, globale HerausforderungenFinancial Centre Germany European Developments, Global Challenges«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch Simultanübersetzung wird angeboten Simultaneous translation will be provided 8.00 Uhr Registrierung Registration 9.30 Uhr Begrüssung und Eröffnung der 14. EURO FINANCE WEEK Welcome and Opening Dr. Nader Maleki Jörg-Uwe Hahn, MdL Präsident, International Bankers Forum e.v.; Vorsitzender, Maleki Group, Frankfurt a.m. Stellvertretender Ministerpräsident des Landes Hessen; Hessischer Minister der Justiz, für Integration und Europa, Wiesbaden Montag, 14. November Monday Keynotes Jörg Asmussen Dr. Jens Weidmann Uhr Kaffeepause Coffee Break Uhr Keynotes Thierry Breton Dr. Josef Ackermann Dr. Reto Francioni Hans-Dieter Brenner Wolfgang Kirsch Christian Brand Prof. Dr. Thomas A. Lange Moderation Prof. Dr. Reinhard H. Schmidt Prof. Dr. Udo Steffens»Finanzmarktpolitik und globale Reformen zur Stabilisierung des FinanzsystemsFinancial Market Policy and Global Reforms for the Stabilisation of the Financial System«Staatssekretär, Bundesministerium der Finanzen, Berlin Präsident der Deutschen Bundesbank; Mitglied des EZB-Rats, Frankfurt a.m.»how Global Businesses Need to Anticipate and Act in New Financial Environments?«Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Atos, Paris [to be held in English]»Wettbewerbsfähigkeit von Geschäftsmodellen unter neuen Regularien im FinanzmarktCompetitiveness of Business Models under New Regulations in the Financial Market«Vorsitzender des Vorstands und des Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Vorsitzender des Vorstandes, Deutsche Börse AG, Frankfurt a.m. Vorsitzender des Vorstandes, Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen, Frankfurt a.m. Vorsitzender des Vorstandes, DZ BANK AG, Frankfurt a.m. Vorsitzender des Vorstands, L-Bank Staatsbank für Baden-Württemberg, Karlsruhe Vorsitzender des Vorstandes, NATIONAL-BANK AG, Essen Lehrstuhl für Internationales Finanz- und Bankwesen, House of Finance, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Frankfurt a.m. Präsident, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Mittagspause Lunch 28

29 14.15 Uhr»Vielfalt und Chancen der drei Säulen des deutschen KreditgewerbesDiversity and Chances within the German Banking Sector«Andreas Schmitz Jan Bettink Christian Brand Uwe Fröhlich Heinrich Haasis Moderation Prof. Dr. Reinhard H. Schmidt Prof. Dr. Udo Steffens Präsident, Bundesverband deutscher Banken e.v., Berlin Präsident, Verband Deutscher Pfandbriefbanken e.v., Berlin Präsident, Bundesverband Öffentlicher Banken Deutschlands e.v. VÖB, Berlin Präsident, Bundesverband der Deutschen Volksbanken und Raiffeisenbanken e.v., Berlin Präsident, Deutscher Sparkassen- und Giroverband e.v., Berlin Lehrstuhl für Internationales Finanz- und Bankwesen, House of Finance, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Frankfurt a.m. Präsident, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Kaffeepause Coffee Break Montag, 14. November Monday Uhr Abschlussdiskussion Closing Panel Discussion Dr. Joachim Faber Prof. Dr. Heiner Flassbeck David Marsh Jürgen Trittin, MdB Dr. Martin C. Wittig Moderation Jörg Eigendorf Robert von Heusinger Uhr Ende der Konferenz End of Conference Uhr Preisverleihung Award Ceremony Peter Sands Laudatio Dr. Josef Ackermann»Vorrang für die Realwirtschaft? Ein neues wirtschaftspolitisches Konzept für die Zeit nach der KriseThe Real Economy First? A New Concept for Economic Policy After the Crisis«Mitglied des Vorstandes, Allianz SE; Chief Executive Officer, Allianz Global Investors AG, München Direktor, Division on Globalization and Development Strategies, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Genf Chairman, SCCO International Ltd. & Co-chairman, OMFIF, London Vorsitzender der Bundestagsfraktion von Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, Berlin Chief Executive Officer, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH, Zürich Chefreporter / Mitglied der Chefredaktion, WELT Gruppe, Frankfurt a.m. Stv. Chefredakteur, Frankfurter Rundschau, Frankfurt a.m.»european Banker of the Year 2010«Group Chief Executive, Standard Chartered PLC, London Vorsitzender des Vorstands und des Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Ende der Preisverleihung End of Award Ceremony Get-Together Congress Center Uhr Ende des 1. EURO FINANCE WEEK-Tages End of 1 st EURO FINANCE WEEK Day 29 1

30 1 1.2 Konferenz Conference»Risk Management Konferenz I«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch Uhr Registrierung 9.30 Uhr Begrüßung und Eröffnung der 14. EURO FINANCE WEEK Dr. Nader Maleki Jörg-Uwe Hahn, MdL Präsident, International Bankers Forum e.v.; Vorsitzender, Maleki Group, Frankfurt a.m. Stellvertretender Ministerpräsident des Landes Hessen; Minister der Justiz, für Integration und Europa, Wiesbaden Montag, 14. November Monday Keynotes Jörg Asmussen Dr. Jens Weidmann Uhr Kaffeepause Uhr Podiumsdiskussion I Keynotes Raimund Röseler Dr. Bernhard Napiontek Diskussion Thomas Groß Dr. Detlef Hosemann Dr. Bernhard Napiontek Raimund Röseler Moderation Prof. Dr. Ursula Walther»Finanzmarktpolitik und globale Reformen zur Stabilisierung des Finanzsystems«Staatssekretär, Bundesministerium der Finanzen, Berlin Präsident der Deutschen Bundesbank; Mitglied des EZB-Rats, Frankfurt a.m.»best Practice-Ansätze im Banken-Risikomanagement«Exekutivdirektor, Geschäftsbereich Bankenaufsicht, Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin), Bonn Head of Risk Management, Financial Services Industry, IBM Global Business Services, Frankfurt a.m. Chief Risk Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Mitglied des Vorstands, WestLB AG, Düsseldorf Chief Financial Officer, Mitglied des Vorstandes, Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen Girozentrale, Frankfurt a.m. Head of Risk Management, Financial Services Industry, IBM Global Business Services, Frankfurt a.m. Exekutivdirektor, Geschäftsbereich Bankenaufsicht, Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin), Bonn Karl Friedrich Hagenmüller-Professur für Financial Risk Management, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Mittagessen 30

31 14.00 Uhr Podiumsdiskussion II Keynote Dr. Thomas Poppensieker Diskussion Marcus Kramer Marco Lichtfous Dr. Thomas Poppensieker Frank Westhoff Moderation Wolfgang Hartmann»Effekte von Basel III auf die Struktur des europäischen Finanzmarktes«Director, Leiter Risk Management Practice Deutschland, McKinsey&Company, Inc. München Chief Risk Officer, Mitglied des Vorstandes, Bayerische Landesbank, München Deputy Head Financial Stability and Prudential Supervision, Banque Centrale du Luxembourg Director, Leiter Risk Management Practice Deutschland, McKinsey&Company, Inc, München Chief Risk Officer, Mitglied des Vorstandes, DZ BANK AG, Frankfurt a.m. Chairman, Frankfurter Institut für Risikomanagement und Regulierung, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Kaffeepause Montag, 14. November Monday Uhr Abschlussdiskussion Diskussion Dr. Joachim Faber Prof. Dr. Heiner Flassbeck David Marsh Jürgen Trittin, MdB Dr. Martin C. Wittig Moderation Jörg Eigendorf Robert von Heusinger Uhr Ende der Konferenz Uhr Preisverleihung Peter Sands Laudatio Dr. Josef Ackermann»Vorrang für die Realwirtschaft? Ein neues wirtschaftspolitisches Konzept für die Zeit nach der Krise.The Real Economy First? A New Concept for Economic Policy After the Crisis«Mitglied des Vorstandes, Allianz SE; Chief Executive Officer, Allianz Global Investors AG, München Direktor, Division on Globalization and Development Strategies, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Genf Chairman, SCCO International Ltd. & Co-chairman, OMFIF, London Vorsitzender der Bundestagsfraktion von Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, Berlin Chief Executive Officer, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH, Zürich Chefreporter / Mitglied der Chefredaktion, WELT Gruppe, Frankfurt a.m. Stv. Chefredakteur, Frankfurter Rundschau, Frankfurt a.m.»european BANKER OF THE YEAR 2010«Group Chief Executive, Standard Chartered PLC, London Vorsitzender des Vorstands und des Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Ende der Preisverleihung Get-Together Congress Center Uhr Ende des 1. EURO FINANCE WEEK-Tages 31 1

32 1 1.3 Konferenz Conference»Banken-IT 2020 ICloud Computing und IT-Projektmanagement«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch Uhr Registrierung 9.30 Uhr Begrüßung und Eröffnung der 14. EURO FINANCE WEEK Welcome and Opening Dr. Nader Maleki Jörg-Uwe Hahn, MdL Präsident, International Bankers Forum e.v.; Chairman, Maleki Group, Frankfurt a.m. Stellvertretender Ministerpräsident des Landes Hessen; Hessischer Minister der Justiz, für Integration und Europa, Wiesbaden Montag, 14. November Monday Keynotes Jörg Asmussen Uhr Kaffeepause Dr. Jens Weidmann Beginn der Konferenz Banken-IT Uhr Eröffnung und Willkommen Keynote Podium Frank Annuscheit»Finanzmarktpolitik und globale Reformen zur Stabilisierung des Finanzsystems«Staatssekretär, Bundesministerium der Finanzen, Berlin Präsident der Deutschen Bundesbank; Mitglied des EZB-Rats, Frankfurt a.m.»erfolgreiche Bankenkonsolidierung am Beispiel Commerzbank und Dresdner Bank«Mitglied des Vorstands, Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt a.m.»steuerung von IT-Projektportfolios«IT-Großprojekte und IT-Transformation Management von Abhängigkeiten Sinnvolle Reporting Strukturen Messung der Benefits von IT-Projekten Externe Einflüsse auf IT-Projekte Dr. Harry Roth Frank Behrends Michael Reinicke Dr. Harry Roth Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Buhl»Projektmanagement bei IT Migrationen von Großbanken im Rahmen von Multiprovider Projekten«Senior Vice President Financial Services, Atos, Frankfurt a.m. Vorträge mit anschließender Diskussion Mitglied des Vorstands, BHF-BANK AG, Frankfurt a.m. Managing Director, Deutsche Bank AG GT Capital Markets, Frankfurt a.m. Senior Vice President Financial Services, Atos, Frankfurt a.m. Einführung und Moderation Wissenschaftlicher Leiter, Kernkompetenzzentrum Finanz- & Informationsmanagement und Fraunhofer-Projektgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik, Universität Augsburg Uhr Mittagspause 32

33 14.00 Uhr Keynote Dr. Joachim Nagel»IT als wesentlicher Erfolgsfaktor für die operative Umsetzung der Geldpolitik im Eurosystem«Mitglied des Vorstands, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Vortragsreihe Dr. Robert Wagner Rolf Riemenschnitter Prof. Dr. Clemens Jochum Jürgen Müller»Cloud Computing heute und morgenab in die Wolke Trends und Erfahrungen im Cloud Computing«Substanz vs. Hype im Thema Cloud Computing Compliance Aspekte bei der Nutzung der Cloud Erfolgreiche Praxisbeispiele zum Einsatz von Cloud Services Geschäftsführer, BearingPoint, Frankfurt a.m.»die Cloud im Test ein Jahr Frankfurt Cloud«Chief Technology Officer, Deutsche Bank AG, Eschborn Honorarprofessor, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a.m.»transformational Journey to the Cloud«Senior Vice President, CTO Global Systems Integration, Atos Montag, 14. November Monday»Cloud Lösungen im Umfeld der Finanzindustrie«Cloud Computing erhöht die Flexibilität in der traditionellen IT eines Finanzunternehmens Spezialanwendungen im Risikomanagement Marketingunterstützung für Finanzunternehmen durch Social Media Analyse Compliance Aspekte bei der Nutzung der Cloud Erfolgreiche Praxisbeispiele zum Einsatz von Cloud Services Dipl. Ing. Guenter Nachtlberger Cloud Services Sales Leader, IBM Austria GmbH, Wien Moderation Prof. Dr. Wolfgang König Uhr Ende des ersten Konferenztages Uhr Preisverleihung Peter Sands Laudatio Dr. Josef Ackermann Professor für Wirtschaftsinformatik und geschäftsführender Direktor, House of Finance, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a.m.»european BANKER OF THE YEAR 2010«Group Chief Executive, Standard Chartered PLC, London Vorsitzender des Vorstands und des Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Ende der Preisverleihung Get-Together Congress Center Uhr Ende des 1. EURO FINANCE WEEK-Tages 33 1

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35 1.4 Konferenz Conference»Versicherungsstandort Deutschland«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch Uhr Registrierung 9.30 Uhr Begrüßung und Eröffnung der 14. EURO FINANCE WEEK Dr. Nader Maleki Jörg-Uwe Hahn, MdL Präsident, International Bankers Forum e.v.; Vorsitzender, Maleki Group, Frankfurt a.m. Stellvertretender Ministerpräsident des Landes Hessen, Hessischer Minister der Justiz, für Integration und Europa, Wiesbaden Montag, 14. November Monday Keynotes Jörg Asmussen Dr. Jens Weidmann Uhr Kaffeepause Uhr Session I Dr. Martina Baumgärtel Gabriele Hahn Jörg-Uwe Hahn, MdL Dr. Axel Wehling Moderation Prof. Dr. Wolfram Wrabetz Uhr Mittagspause»Finanzmarktpolitik und globale Reformen zur Stabilisierung des Finanzsystems«Staatssekretär, Bundesministerium der Finanzen, Berlin Präsident der Deutschen Bundesbank; Mitglied des EZB-Rats, Frankfurt a.m.»ziehen wir die richtigen regulatorischen Schlüsse aus der Finanzkrise?«Executive Vice President, Head of Group Regulatory Policy (GRP), Allianz SE, München Exekutivdirektorin Versicherungsaufsicht, Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht, Bonn Stellvertretender Ministerpräsident des Landes Hessen, Hessischer Minister der Justiz, für Integration und Europa, Wiesbaden Mitglied der Hauptgeschäftsführung, Gesamtverband der Deutschen Versicherungswirtschaft e.v. (GDV), Berlin Chief Executive Officer, Helvetia Versicherungen Deutschland; Beauftragter der Hessischen Landesregierung für das Versicherungswesen, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Session II Rolf-Peter Hoenen Frank Meys Jörg Westphal Moderation Prof. Dr. Helmut Gründl»Insolvenzsicherungssysteme in der Versicherungswirtschaft im Spannungsfeld von Solvency II«Präsident, Gesamtverband der Deutschen Versicherungswirtschaft e.v. (GDV), Berlin Partner Financial Services, BearingPoint, München Vorstandsvorsitzender, Protektor Lebensversicherungs-AG, Berlin Stiftungsprofessur für Versicherung und Regulierung; Geschäftsführender Direktor des International Center for Insurance Regulation, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a.m. 35 1

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37 Award Ceremony»European Banker of the Year 2010«* 14 November 2011, 6:00 p.m. Congress Center Messe Frankfurt The Group of awards Peter Sands Group Chief Executive, Standard Chartered Bank PLC. The laudatio is delivered by Dr. Josef Ackermann Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt 37 The Group of Ralph Atkins, Financial Times Dieter Balkhausen, Wirtschaftsjournalist Gerald Braunberger, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Katja Dofel, n-tv Nachrichtenfernsehen Jörg Eigendorf, WELT Gruppe Dr. Marika de Feo, Corriere della Sera Ulla Herrmann, ARD/Hessischer Rundfunk Christian Hetzner, Thomson Reuters Robert von Heusinger, DuMont Redaktionsgemeinschaft GmbH Hans Kurt Hutter, Finanzplatz / Dow Jones Jean-Philippe Lacour, Les Echos Robert Landgraf, Handelsblatt GmbH Klaus Dieter Oehler, Stuttgarter Zeitung Ulrich Reitz, n-tv Nachrichtenfernsehen Mark Schieritz, DIE ZEIT Albrecht F. Schirmacher, Der Platow Brief Reinhard Schlieker, ZDF Andreas G. Scholz, DAF Deutsches Anleger Fernsehen AG Patricia Szarvas, CNBC Christoph Wehnelt, Finanzplatz-Frankfurt.EU Dr. Nader Maleki, Maleki Group With kind support Mobility Partner * Nur auf Einladung By invitation only

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41 2.1 LEAD CONFERENCE 2011 II»Wirtschaftliche und finanzielle Stabilität in Europa Krisenmanagement»Economic and Financial Stability in Europe Crisis Resolution Management«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch / English Simultanübersetzung wird angeboten Simultaneous translation will be provided 8.30 Uhr Registrierung Registration 9.30 Uhr Begrüssung Welcome Address [to be held in English] Dr. Nader Maleki President, International Bankers Forum e.v.; Chairman, Maleki Group, Frankfurt a.m. Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday Status Report & Panel I Gabriel Bernardino Andrea Enria Sabine Lautenschläger Steven Maijoor Moderation Guido Ravoet Uhr Kaffeepause Coffee Break Uhr Panel II Prof. Dr. Peter Bofinger Prof. Dr. Lüder Gerken Dr. Thomas Mayer Dr. Gerhard Schick, MdB Moderation Andreas Horchler Uhr Mittagspause Lunch»Reform der Europäischen Finanzmarktregulierung Reichweite und GrenzenReforming the European Financial Supervision System Scope and Limits«Chairman, EIOPA European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, Frankfurt a.m. Chairman, European Banking Authority (EBA), London Vice-President, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Chairman, European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), Paris Chief Executive, European Banking Federation, Brussels»Finanzpolitik und strukturelle Reformen für Europa Bedingungen für den Fortbestand des EuroFiscal Policy and Structural Reforms for Europe Prerequisites for the Survival of the Euro«[to be held in German] Lehrstuhl für VWL, Geld und internationale Wirtschaftsbeziehungen, Universität Würzburg; Mitglied des Sachverständigenrates zur Begutachtung der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Entwicklung, Wiesbaden Vorsitzender, Centrum für Europäische Politik, Freiburg Chefvolkswirt, Deutsche Bank Gruppe, Frankfurt a.m. Finanzpolitischer Sprecher der Bundestagsfraktion Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, Berlin Moderator und Redakteur, hr-info, Hessischer Rundfunk, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Keynotes Klaus Regling Yves Mersch [to be held in English]»Impulse für eine nachhaltige Finanzmarktstabilität in EuropaCreating Sustainable Financial Systems in Europe«Chief Executive Officer, European Financial Stability Facility, Luxembourg Governor, Banque centrale du Luxembourg, Luxembourg Vorträge Lectures Dr. Andreas Dombret Michel Madelain Prof. Alexander J. McNeil Moderation Patricia Szarvas Member of the Executive Board, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. President and Chief Operating Officer, Moody's Investors Service, Moody s Corporation, London Director, Scottish Financial Risk Academy, Edinburgh Anchor, CNBC, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Ende der Konferenz End of Conference 41 2

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43 2.2 Konferenz Conference»Risk Management Konferenz II«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch Uhr Registrierung 9.30 Uhr Begrüßung Dr. Nader Maleki President, International Bankers Forum e.v.; Chairman, Maleki Group, Frankfurt a.m. Status Report & Panel I [auf Englisch]»Reforming the European Financial Supervision System Scope and Limits«Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday Gabriel Bernardino Andrea Enria Sabine Lautenschläger Steven Maijoor Moderation Guido Ravoet Uhr Kaffeepause Uhr Podiumsdiskussion II Einführung Harry Stehrenberger Chairman, EIOPA European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, Frankfurt a.m. Chairman, European Banking Authority (EBA), London Vice-President, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Chairman, European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), Paris Chief Executive, European Banking Federation, Brussels»Integration von Risiko-, Performance- und Finanzmanagement. Aufsichtsrechtliche Anforderungen und ihre praktische Umsetzung«Vice President, Financial Services Industry, Oracle EMEA, Genf Diskussion Prof. Dr. Jürgen K. Bott Professor für Finanzdienstleistungen, Fachhochschule Kaiserslautern Dr. Peter Lutz Abteilungspräsident, Bankenaufsicht, Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienst - Jürgen Lux Dr. Harry Roth Harry Stehrenberger Moderation Dr. Roland Franz Erben leistungsaufsicht (BaFin), Bonn Partner, Financial Services, BearingPoint, Frankfurt a.m. Senior Vice President Financial Services, Atos, Frankfurt a.m. Vice President, Financial Services Industry, Oracle EMEA, Genf Chefredakteur, RISIKO MANAGER, Köln; Senior Research Fellow, Forschungszentrum Risikomanagement der Universität Würzburg Uhr Mittagessen Uhr Keynotes»Creating Sustainable Financial Systems in Europe«[auf Englisch] Klaus Regling Yves Mersch Chief Executive Officer, European Financial Stability Facility, Luxembourg Governor, Banque centrale du Luxembourg, Luxembourg Vorträge Dr. Andreas Dombret Michel Madelain Prof. Alexander J. McNeil Moderation Patricia Szarvas Member of the Executive Board, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. President and Chief Operating Officer, Moody s Investors Service, Moody s Corporation, London Director, Scottish Financial Risk Academy, Edinburgh Anchor, CNBC, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Ende der Konferenz 43 2

44 2 2.3 Konferenz Conference»Banken-IT 2020 IIBusiness Process Management und IT-Sicherheit«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch Uhr Willkommen und Eröffnung Prof. Dr. Dieter Kempf Präsident, BITKOM e.v., Berlin; Vorsitzender des Vorstandes, DATEV eg, Nürnberg Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday Vortragsreihe Rainer M. Zierhofer Hendrik Rujner Dr. Hans Kraus Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Buhl Uhr Kaffeepause Uhr Podium I Vortrag Burkhard Oppenberg Diskussion Burkhard Oppenberg Swen Rehders Dr. Volkmar Weckesser Moderation Prof. Dr. Jürgen Moormann»Operational ExcellenceOperational Excellence in Financial Industries Trends, Handlungsfelder und Best Practices anhand einer internationalen Studie«Gestaltungsfelder und Status Quo des Umsetzungsstandes Aktuelle nationale und internationale Entwicklungen Best Practice Ansätze Partner, Head of Frankfurt Office, Competence Center Financial Industries, Horváth & Partners, Frankfurt a.m. Principal, Head of Operational Excellence, Competence Center Financial Industries, Horváth & Partners, Frankfurt a.m.»praxisvortrag«managing Director, Head of PBC Services, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m.»wertorientiertes Prozessmanagement in Banken und Versicherungen«Wissenschaftlicher Leiter, Kernkompetenzzentrum Finanz- & Informationsmanagement und Fraunhofer-Projektgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik, Universität Augsburg»BPO- & IT-Outsourcing in Deutschland Quo Vadis Ist Outsourcing an seine Grenzen gestoßen?«bestandsaufnahme Wie sieht der Markt für Outsourcing in Deutschland aus und welche Besonderheiten gilt es im finanzwirtschaftlichen Umfeld zu beachten? Worin liegen die häufigsten Fehler vergangener BPO- und IT-Outsourcing- Vorhaben und durch Anwendung welcher Erfolgsmodelle können diese künftig vermieden werden? Worin bestehen die Grenzen des Outsourcings und (wie) können diese überwunden werden? Welche Marktanforderungen und Trends gibt es in Zukunft und wie sollte auf diese reagiert werden? Partner, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, Frankfurt a.m. Partner, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, Frankfurt a.m. Executive Vice President Strategic Sales Engagements, Atos Chief Information Officer, DekaBank, Frankfurt a.m. Professor für Bankbetriebslehre, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Mittagspause 44

45 14.00 Uhr Podium II Diskussionsrunde Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Buhl Dr. Ralf Schneider Matthias Tomann»Wertorientiertes Prozessmanagement in Banken und Versicherungen«Prozessmanagement bei Banken und Versicherungen Wertbeitrag von Prozessen Prozessverbesserung mit ökonomischem Augenmaß Wettbewerbsvorteile durch Prozesse Prozessrisiken und Compliance Wissenschaftlicher Leiter, Kernkompetenzzentrum Finanz- & Informationsmanagement und Fraunhofer-Projektgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik, Universität Augsburg Group Chief Information Officer, Allianz SE, München Managing Director, Senacor Technologies AG, Schwaig b. Nürnberg Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday Podium III Herbert Blaauw Norbert Book Prof. Dr. Marco Gercke Dr. Paul-Gerhard Haase Moderation Thomas Lünendonk Uhr Ende der Konferenz»Digitalisierung und Vertrauen Grundlage für den Bankenerfolg«[in Kooperation mit BITKOM] Manager Identity, Security & Risk Management, Atos Geschäftsführer, ConSecur GmbH, Meppen Direktor, Cybercrime Research Institute, Köln»Banking Risk 2020 integriertes Risk Management«Banking Industry Solutions Leader Germany, IBM Deutschland GmbH, Hannover Inhaber, Lünendonk GmbH, Kaufbeuren 45 2

46 2 2.4 Konferenz Conference»6 th European Pension Funds Congress«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Congress Center English 8:00 a.m. Registration 9:00 a.m. Welcome & Opening Chris Verhaegen Secretary General, EFRP European Federation for Retirement Provision, Brussels Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday Session I Introductory Speeches Ria Oomen-Ruijten, MEP Ralf Jacob Panel Discussion Neil Carberry Cornelia Coman Józef Niemiec Moderator Heribert Karch 10:45 a.m. Coffee Break 11:15 a.m. Session II Jac Kragt Edwin Meysmans Alessandro Stori Mike Turner Moderator Jan F. Wagner»Towards a European pension policy Reactions to the White Paper on pensions«rapporteur of the Green Paper on Pensions, European Parliament, Brussels Head of Unit Active Ageing, Pensions, Healthcare, Directorate-General Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, European Commission, Brussels Director of Employment Affairs, Confederation of British Industry (CBI), London; Chair, Employment Comittee, BusinessEurope, Brussels Chair, Romanian Pension Funds Association (APAPR), Bucharest; President of the Board of Administration, ING PENSII S.A.F.P.A.P SA Romania, Bucharest Deputy General Secretary, European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), Brussels Chairman, aba Arbeitsgemeinschaft für betriebliche Altersversorgung e.v., Heidelberg; Managing Director, MetallRente GmbH, Berlin»How to invest long-term in volatile times«chief Risk Officer, PGGM, Zeist Managing Director, Pensioenfonds KBC, Brussels General Manager, Fondenergia, Rome Head of Global Strategy & Asset Allocation, Aberdeen Asset Management, Edinburgh Frankfurt Correspondent, DAS INVESTMENT, Frankfurt a.m. 12:30 p.m. Lunch Break 46

47 2:00 p.m. Keynote Speech Peter Praet Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank, Frankfurt a.m. 2:30 p.m. Session III Dr. Helmut Aden Jerry Moriarty Gerard Riemen Moderator Joanne Segars»Review of the IORP Directive«Member of the Board, BVV Versicherungsverein des Bankgewerbes a. G., Berlin Director of Policy, IAPF Irish Association of Pension Funds, Dublin Managing Director, Federation of the Dutch Pension Funds, The Hague Chief Executive, National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF), London Keynote Speech Gabriel Bernardino Chairman, EIOPA, Frankfurt am Main Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday Closing Remarks Patrick Burke 4:30 p.m. End of Conference Chairman, EFRP European Federation for Retirement Provision, Brussels; Director Investment Development, Irish Life Investment Managers, Dublin 47 2

48 2 2.5 Konferenz Conference»Retail Banking Konferenz«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch/Englisch Uhr Registrierung 9.15 Uhr Begrüßung und Eröffnung Einführungsvorträge Franz Josef Nick Dr. Udo Bröskamp»Retail Banking im Wandel die Zukunft des Geschäftsmodells«Vorsitzender des Vorstands, TARGOBANK AG & Co. KGaA, Düsseldorf»Die Bedeutung des Retail Banking für Universalbanken«Global Head Financial Services, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday Sophie Troistorff Podium I Uhr Kaffeepause Uhr Podium II»Successful Wealth Management in Retail Banking«Manager Financial Market Portfolio, Atos, Paris [to be held in English]»Kundennutzen und Verbraucherschutz im Retail Banking«Praxiserfahrungen mit den jüngsten regulatorischen Veränderungen Christoph Bubmann Chief Client Officer, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Christian Grugel Ministerialdirektor, Leiter der Abteilung Verbraucherpolitik, Bundes - ministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Verbraucherschutz, Berlin Dr. Holger von Jouanne-Diedrich Principal Management Consultant, Atos, Frankfurt a.m. Moderation Prof. Dr. Andreas Hackethal Professor für Finanzen am House of Finance und Dekan des Fachbereichs Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main Eric Falque Christof Strohkark Lothar Brozy»Retail Banking 2.0: Paradigmenwechsel durch Social Media?«Impulsreferate mit anschließender Diskussion»Customer Paradoxes in the Digital World«[to be held in English] Partner, Member of the Management Committee, BearingPoint, Paris»Banking 2032 Banking is not as usual«head of Banking, Detecon International GmbH, Eschborn Head of Insurance, Detecon International GmbH, Eschborn Markus Gunter»Social Media im Direct Banking: Evolution oder Revolution?«Sprecher des Vorstands, DAB bank AG, München»Banking mit Freunden! Die Zukunft im Retailgeschäft«Steffen Seeger Mitglied des Vorstands, Chief Financial Officer, FIDOR Bank AG, München Moderation Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Buhl Wissenschaftlicher Leiter Kernkompetenzzentrum Finanz- & Informations - management und Fraunhofer-Projektgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik, Universität Augsburg Uhr Mittagessen 48

49 14.00 Uhr Podium III Stephan Bruhn Kai Friedrich Michael Heinen Moderation Prof. Dr. Matthias Fischer»Multikanalbank und Direktbank: Strategien für erfolgreiche Geschäftsmodelle«Mitglied des Vorstands, Frankfurter Sparkasse, Frankfurt a.m.; Vorsitzender des Aufsichtsrats, 1822direkt Gesellschaft der Frankfurter Sparkasse mbh, Frankfurt a.m. Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Cortal Consors S.A., Nürnberg Bereichsleiter Direct Banking, Managing Director, Deutsche Postbank AG, Bonn Professor für Finanzen und Bank, Georg-Simon-Ohm-Hochschule Nürnberg; Partner, bankenversicherungen.de, Nürnberg Uhr Ende der Konferenz Uhr Dinner und Preisverleihung [nur auf Einladung]»Innovationspreis Retail Banking 2011«Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday Verleihung des Innovationspreises Retail Banking 2011 in drei Kategorien: Kundenorientierung im Internet Geldanlageberatung im Internet Soziale Netzwerke 49 2

50 2 2.6 Konferenz Conference»Tianjin Engine of China s Financial Reform«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language 8:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Congress Center English 8:00 a.m. Registration 8:30 a.m. Welcome Coffee 9:00 a.m. Welcome and Opening Remarks Steffen Saebisch Wen Zhenshun Dr. Bernd Eisenblätter Vice Minister of Economics, Transport, Urban and Regional Development, State of Hessen Consul General of the People s Republic of China in Frankfurt am Main Chairman of the Management Board, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday Opening Keynote Du Qiang Section I: Presentations Prof. Dr. Horst Löchel Cong Lin Zhang Ruigang Moderation Thorsten Giehler 11:00 a.m. Coffee Break 11:30 a.m. Section II: Presentations Jia Liang Wang Jian Ding Huamei Moderation Thorsten Giehler»Introduction and Outlook of Tianjin Financial Sector Development«Director General, Tianjin Municipal People s Government Financial Affairs Office»The View of Financial Development in China and the Future Opportunities«Frankfurt School of Finance & Management»Financial Leasing and the Shipping Finance Development in China«President, ICBC Financial Leasing Co. Ltd.»Tianjin Binhai New Area, the Third Power Engine of Chinese Economy«Vice Director, Tianjin Binhai New Area People s Government Director, Financial Sector Reform Programme, GIZ»Development of China Yu Jia Pu Financial District the Dynamic Low-Carbon Financial Community in Northern China«(including video presentation) CEO, Tianjin Innovative Finance Investment Co. Ltd.»China International Private Equity Forum Where Financing Needs Meet Investment Opportunities«General Manager, Tianjin International Financing Service Co. Ltd.»Effective Value Backed Liquidity is the Basis for Financial Development«President, Tianjin Financial Assets Exchange Director, Financial Sector Reform Programme, GIZ 50

51 Section III: Panel Discussion Du Qiang Yu Longwu Guo Zuojian Wu Dong Cong Lin Liu Xiaoyong N.N. Moderation Xie Bing»Financial Reform and Innovation in Tianjin, China: Promising Areas for Investment and Cooperation«Director General, Tianjin Municipal People s Government Financial Affairs Office Director General, China Banking Regulatory Commission Tianjin Office Director General, China Insurance Regulatory Commission Tianjin Bureau Vice Director, Administrative Commission of Tianjin Dongjiang Free Trade Port Zone President, ICBC Financial Leasing Co. Ltd. Vice Chairman & CEO, HNA Capital Holding Co. Ltd. Representative of Deutsche Bank AG GIZ Financial Sector Reform Programme Representative in Germany 1:30 p.m. Lunch Buffet 2:30 p.m. End of Conference Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday 51 2

52 Save the Date May 2012 Frankfurt am Main 3 rd FRANKFURT GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK Conference Topics Wettbewerb der Metropolregionen Sustainability / Stadt der Zukunft Zukunft der Mobilität Dienstleistungsstandort Deutschland Arbeitsplatz der Zukunft Mixed Leadership Health & Medical Industry Wirtschaftsfaktor Tourismus Global H2O Global Energy A Project of

53 Abendveranstaltungen Evening Events 2.7»Executive Dinner EIOPA & Pension Funds«Nur auf Einladung By invitation only 2.8»Dinner & Preisverleihung Innovationspreis Retail Banking 2011«Nur auf Einladung By invitation only Dienstag, 15. November Tuesday 2.9»IT Executive Round Table«Nur auf Einladung By invitation only 2.10»Empfang/Reception Deutsche Bundesbank«Nur auf Einladung By invitation only 2.11»Empfang VII. European Real Estate Forum«Nur auf Einladung By invitation only 53 2

54 Save the Date May st Africa Business Week May 2012 Frankfurt am Main Conference Topics with a Focus on the Future in Maghreb and Sub-Sahara H Capacity Development H Governance, Transparency H Information & Communication Technology H Finance H Tourism H Healthcare H Food, Agriculture H Water, Sanitation H Infrastructure H Energy H Resources H Manufacturing Do not miss the 1 st Africa Business Week and the Africa Trade Fair! In Cooperation with

55 Tag Day Der Tag im Überblick The Day at a Glance 3Mittwoch Wednesday 16. November Übersicht Overview 3.1 VII. European Real Estate Forum Uhr Congress Center 3.2 EIOPA Conference* 8:30 a.m. 5:20 p.m. Congress Center 3.3 Finance Meets Media Media Meets Finance Uhr Congress Center 3.4 Payments Konferenz Wie zahlt der Kunde der Zukunft? Uhr Congress Center Abend Evening 3.5 Dinner VII. European Real Estate Forum Reception Congress on Central and Eastern Europe IFC-Dinner der Hessischen Landesregierung IFC-Dinner of the State of Hessen 1 1 Nur auf Einladung By invitation only * Konferenzsprache: Englisch Conference Language: English 55 3

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57 3.1 Konferenz Conference»VII. European Real Estate Forum«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch Nur auf Einladung By invitation only 8.30 Uhr Registrierung 9.15 Uhr Begrüssung und Eröffnung Barbara Knoflach Dr. Andreas Mattner Vorsitzende des Vorstandes, SEB Asset Management, Frankfurt a.m. Präsident, ZIA Zentraler Immobilien Ausschuss e.v., Berlin Mittwoch, 16. November Wednesday Podium I Einführungsvortrag Johann Berger Diskussion Johann Berger Michael Harms Hans-Jörg Naumer Dr. Hans Volkert Volckens Thomas Zinnöcker Moderator Hermann Kutzer Uhr Kaffeepause und Networking Uhr Podium II Ulrich Höller, FRICS Barbara Knoflach Claus P. Thomas Dieter Weiß Moderator Werner Rohmert Uhr Mittagessen und Networking Uhr Podium III Jan Bettink Dr. Louis Hagen Karsten Hinrichs Frank Nickel Moderator Steffen Uttich»Internationale Krise Renaissance der Immobilienanlage?«Stellvertretender Vorsitzender des Vorstands, Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen, Frankfurt a.m. Stellvertretender Vorsitzender des Vorstands, Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen, Frankfurt a.m. Leiter Investmentstrategie & Research, Bethmann Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Leiter Kapitalmarktanalyse, Allianz Global Investors, Frankfurt a.m. Mitglied des Vorstandes, IVG Immobilien AG, Bonn Vorsitzender des Vorstandes, GSW Immobilien AG, Berlin Finanzjournalist, KUTZER LIVE, Frankfurt a.m.»der Kampf um die Kunden«Vorsitzender des Vorstands, DIC Asset AG, Frankfurt a.m. Vorsitzende des Vorstandes, SEB Asset Management, Frankfurt a.m. Geschäftsführer, LaSalle GmbH, München Geschäftsführer, KGAL GmbH & Co. KG, Grünwald/München Vorstand Research Medien AG, Herausgeber»Der Immobilienbrief«,»Der Fondsbrief«,»Handelsimmobilien Report«, Rheda-Wiedenbrück»Refinanzierungsstrategien von Immobiliendarlehen im Umbruch?«Präsident, Verband deutscher Pfandbriefbanken; Vorstand der Landesbank Berlin AG, Berlin Sprecher des Vorstandes, Münchener Hypothekenbank e.g., München Managing Director/CFO, ECE Projektmanagement GmbH & Co KG, Hamburg Managing Director/Head of Commercial Real Estate Group Germany, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Ressortleiter Immobilienmarkt der Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt a.m. Ausblick auf Immobilientrends 2013 Barbara Knoflach im Gespräch mit Hermann Kutzer Vorsitzende des Vorstandes, SEB Asset Management, Frankfurt a.m Finanzjournalist, KUTZER LIVE, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Ende der Konferenz 3

58 3 3.2 Konferenz Conference»EIOPA Conference«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language 8:30 a.m 5:20 p.m. Congress Center English 8:30 a.m. Registration 9:30 a.m. Keynote Speech Gabriel Bernardino Chairman, EIOPA, Frankfurt am Main, Germany Mittwoch, 16. November Wednesday Session 1 Oliver Bäte Matthew Elderfield Francesco Mazzaferro Susan Voss Daniela er-rey Moderator Carlos Montalvo 11:30 a.m. Coffee Break 12:00 p.m. Session 2 Patrick Burke Douglas Taylor Bernhard Wiesner Karel Van Hulle Moderator Hector Sants»Solvency II A Different View«Member of the Board, Allianz SE, Munich, Germany; Representative of EIOPA Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group Head of Financial Regulation, Central Bank of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland; Member of the EIOPA Management Board Head of the Secretariat, European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB), Frankfurt am Main, Germany President of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), Washington, D.C.; Insurance Commissioner for the State of Iowa, United States of America Partner, Clifford Chance LLP, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Representative of EIOPA Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group Executive Director, EIOPA, Frankfurt am Main, Germany»Occupational Pensions Looking Ahead«Chairman, European Federation for Retirement Provision (EFRP), Brussels, Belgium; Director Investment Development, Irish Life Investment Managers, Dublin, Ireland Financial Services Chief Advocate, Which?, London, United Kingdom; Representative of EIOPA Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group Senior VP Corporate Pensions, Bosch Group, Stuttgart, Germany; Representative of EIOPA Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group Head of Unit, Internal Market and Services DG, Directorate H - Financial Institutions, Insurance and Pensions, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium Chief Executive Officer, The Financial Services Authority (FSA), London, United Kingdom; Member of the EIOPA Management Board 1:30 p.m. Lunch Break/Press Conference 58

59 3:00 p.m. Keynote Speech Michel Barnier»EU Insurance Regulation Challenges and Opportunities«Commissioner for Internal Market and Services, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium Mittwoch, 16. November Wednesday 3:20 p.m. Session 3 Kay Blair Sharon Bowles, MEP Paul Carty Michaela Koller Mario Nava Moderator Pauline de Chatillon 5:00 p.m. Closing Remarks Carlos Montalvo 5:20 p.m. End of Conference»Consumer Protection Taking a Leading Role«Vice-Chair, UK Financial Services Consumer Panel, London; Vice-Chair of EIOPA Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group Chair of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee (ECON), European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium Chairman, The European Federation of Insurance Intermediaries (BIPAR), Brussels, Belgium; Representative of EIOPA Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group Director General, Comité Européen des Assurances (CEA), Brussels, Belgium; Chair of EIOPA Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group Acting Director, Directorate H: Financial Institutions, DG Internal Market and Services, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium Director of Supervision of Business Practices, Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel (ACP), Paris, France; Chair of EIOPA Committee on Consumer Protection and Financial Innovation Executive Director, EIOPA, Frankfurt am Main, Germany 59 3

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61 3.3 Konferenz Conference»Finance Meets Media Media Meets Finance«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch Uhr Registrierung 9.30 Uhr Begrüßung und Eröffnung Dr. Nader Maleki Präsident, International Bankers Forum e.v, Frankfurt a.m. Einführungsvortrag Dr. h.c. Rudolf Böhmler»Schuldenkrise im Euro-Raum: Herausforderungen für die Währungsunion«Mitglied des Vorstands, Deutsche Bundesbank; Staatssekretär a.d., Frankfurt a.m. Mittwoch, 16. November Wednesday Podiumsdiskussion I»Der Euro ein Auslaufmodell oder die neue Weltwährung«Steffen Kampeter, MdB Parlamentarischer Staatssekretär beim Bundesminister der Finanzen, Berlin Matthias Machnig Minister für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Technologie, Thüringer Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Technologie, Erfurt Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Bert Rürup Mitglied des Vorstandes, MaschmeyerRürup AG, Frankfurt a.m. Dr. Volker Wissing, MdB Finanzpolitischer Sprecher und stellvertretender Vorsitzender der FDP-Bundestagsfraktion, Deutscher Bundestag, Berlin Moderation Katja Dofel Uhr Kaffeepause Moderatorin / Leiterin Büro Frankfurt, n-tv Nachrichtenfernsehen, Frankfurt a.m Uhr Vortrag Keynote [auf Englisch to be held in English] Christian Clausen Podiumsdiskussion II Friedrich Merz Dr. Hans Reckers Rainer Riess Heiko Thieme Moderation Claus Tigges»Balances in New Normal«President, European Banking Federation & Group CEO, Nordea»Europa versus Amerika: Ein transatlantischer Vergleich der Herausforderungen«Partner, Mayer Brown LLP, Berlin; Vorsitzender, Atlantik-Brücke e.v., Berlin Hauptgeschäftsführer, Bundesverband Öffentlicher Banken Deutschlands e.v., Berlin Managing Director, XETRA Market Development; Deutsche Börse AG, Frankfurt a.m. Chairman, American Heritage Management Corp., Stamford, CT. Präsident der Hauptverwaltung Berlin, Deutsche Bundesbank, Berlin Uhr Mittagessen 61 3

62 3 3.4 Konferenz Conference»Payments Konferenz Wie zahlt der Kunde der Zukunft?«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch Uhr Registrierung 9.00 Uhr Begrüßung/Keynote Begrüßung Hansjörg Nymphius Keynote Carl-Ludwig Thiele Chairman, Euro Banking Association, Paris Mitglied des Vorstands, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Mittwoch, 16. November Wednesday Podiumsdiskussion I Uhr Kaffeepause»SEPA und E-Payments«Das Ende der nationalen Formate Das elektronische Mandat für die europäische Lastschrift Erwartungen von Internet-Händlern Christian Bruck Partner Financial Services, BearingPoint, Frankfurt a.m. Gilbert Lichter Chief Executive Officer, EBA CLEARING, Paris Dr. Hans-Joachim Massenberg Mitglied der Hauptgeschäftsführung, Bundesverband deutscher Banken e.v. (BdB), Berlin Wiebe Ruttenberg Head of Market Integration Division, Europäische Zentralbank, Frankfurt a.m. Carl-Ludwig Thiele Mitglied des Vorstands, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Ruth Wandhöfer Head of Regulatory & Market Strategy, Citi Global Transaction Services, London Moderation Prof. Dr. Jürgen K. Bott Professor für Finanzdienstleistungen, Fachhochschule Kaiserslautern Uhr Parallele Podiumsdiskussionen 3.41 Podiumsdiskussion II»Payments 2.0 Wer macht das Rennen?«Rolle, Möglichkeiten und Grenzen von E- und M-Payments Zukunft innovativer und traditioneller Anbieter von E- und M-Payment-Lösungen Regulierung und Sicherheit Virtuelle Währungen und Payments Rede»Payments 2032«Christof Strohkark Head of Banking, Detecon International GmbH, Eschborn Lothar Brozy Head of Insurance, Detecon International GmbH, Eschborn Einführung Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Buhl Wissenschaftlicher Leiter Kernkompetenzzentrum Finanz- & Informations - management und Fraunhofer-Projektgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik, Universität Augsburg Diskussion Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Buhl Wissenschaftlicher Leiter Kernkompetenzzentrum Finanz- & Informations - management und Fraunhofer-Projektgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik, Universität Augsburg Thomas Hartmann Expert Consultant und Payment Practice Leader Germany, IBM Deutschland GmbH, IBM Global Business Services, Frankfurt a.m. Georg Schardt Vorstand, Payment Network AG, Gauting Moderation Prof. Dr. Jürgen K. Bott Professor für Finanzdienstleistungen, Fachhochschule Kaiserslautern 62

63 3.42 Podiumsdiskussion III Claus F. Hilles Dr. Johannes Kaiser Harald Keller Albert Lechner Corina Mihalache Erik Sternischa Moderation Armin Gerhardt»Zahlungsverkehr in EURO(PA)«Regional Representative D-A-CH, EBA Group, Frankfurt a.m. Leistungsangebot im Massenzahlungsverkehr, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Senior Manager Payments Markets, EMEA, S.W.I.F.T. Germany GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Vorstand Zahlungsverkehr Euro, BCB Betriebs-Center für Banken AG, München Business Analyst, Business Information Systems (Allevo) S.R.L., Bukarest Sales Manager, Cellent Finance Solutions AG, Stuttgart CEO, EFiS EDI Finance Service AG, Dreieich Uhr Mittagessen Uhr Parallele Podiumsdiskussionen Mittwoch, 16. November Wednesday Podiumsdiskussion IV Wolfgang Adamiok Wolf Kunisch Dr. Andreas Martin Dr. Michael Salmony Joerg Schwitalla Moderation Prof. Dr. Hans-Gert Penzel Podiumsdiskussion V Martin Didunyk Felix Huber Timur Peters Markus Rupprecht Dr. Ernst Stahl Jörg Wiemer Dr. Heike Winter»Geschäftsbanken und Innovationen im Zahlungsverkehr«Entwicklungspotentiale von E- und M-Payments aus Sicht der Banken und Sparkassen Abgrenzung von Kartenzahlungen und E- und M-Payments Weiterentwicklung von Giropay Geschäftsmodelle der Banken im E- und M-Payments Business Direktor Zahlungsverkehr/Kartenstrategie, Deutscher Sparkassen- und Giroverband e.v. (DSGV), Berlin Geschäftsführer, Atos Worldline GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Mitglied des Vorstands, Bundesverband der Deutschen Volksbanken und Raiffeisenbanken e.v. (BVR), Berlin Executive Adviser, Equens SE, Frankfurt a.m. Geschäftsführer, giropay GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Geschäftsführer, ibi research an der Universität Regensburg GmbH»E-Rechnungen in Europa bezahlen«geschäftsführender Gesellschafter, pharma24 Versandapotheke, Neunkirchen Founder and CEO, Incentage AG, Fehraltorf/Zürich Geschäftsführer, Debitos GmbH, Berlin Chief Executive Officer, Traxpay AG, Köln Research Director, ibi research an der Universität Regensburg GmbH Chief Executive Officer, Treasury Intelligence Solutions GmbH (TIS), Walldorf Grundsatzfragen Massenzahlungsverkehr, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt a.m. Moderation Armin Gerhardt CEO, EFiS EDI Finance Service AG, Dreieich Uhr Ende der Konferenz 63 3

64 3 Abendveranstaltungen Evening Events 3.5»Dinner VII. European Real Estate Forum«Nur auf Einladung By invitation only 3.6»Reception Congress on Central and Eastern Europe«Nur auf Einladung By invitation only Mittwoch, 16. November Wednesday 3.7»IFC-Dinner of the State of Hessen«Nur auf Einladung By invitation only 64

65 Tag Day Der Tag im Überblick The Day at a Glance 4Donnerstag Thursday 17. November Übersicht Overview rd IFC EURO FINANCE WEEK Conference* 1 8:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Congress Center 4.2 Congress on Central and Eastern Europe* 1 8:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Congress Center 4.3 Arab-German Finance and Investment Conference* 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Congress Center 4.5 Euro Debt Market Conference* 8:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Congress Center 4.6 Private Banking & Wealth Management Konferenz Uhr Congress Center 4.7 Global Finance Conference* 9:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Congress Center Abend Evening 4.8 Dinner Frankfurt European Banking Congress Private Banking Gipfel 1 1 Nur auf Einladung By invitation only * Konferenzsprache: Englisch Conference Language: English 65 4

66 4 4.1 Konferenz Conference»3 rd IFC EURO FINANCE WEEK Conference«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language 8:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Congress Center English By invitation only Simultanübersetzung wird angeboten Simultaneous translation will be provided Basel III capital requirements, the Eurozone crisis, and worldwide financial market instability are making investors more cautious. How can they continue to take advantage of the opportunities in emerging markets? And how can multilateral development banks continue to provide the access to finance that will create opportunity and employment for the poor? Experts from IFC, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, and key partners and clients will discuss these issues and provide creative solutions, including projects that won the IFC Corporate Award for their innovation, development impact, efficiency, and client focus. 8:30 a.m. Registration 9:30 a.m. Welcome Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday Volker Bouffier Opening Address Rashad-Rudolf Kaldany 10:00 a.m. Panel Discussion I Minister President of the State of Hessen, Wiesbaden»Maximizing Development Impact through Innovative Financing in Emerging Markets«Vice President, Global Industries, IFC International Finance Corporation, Washington, D.C.»Deepening Emerging Financial Markets New Products and New Investors«DFIs and MDBs are increasingly accessing both international and domestic capital markets to mobilize financing for borrowers in developing countries. Innovative new products are being created to address priorities such as climate change, agriculture and infrastructure. Many contribute to deepening developing countries financial markets and catalyzing institutional investors and financial institutions to provide long-term financing, often in local currency, to highly developmental sectors of the economy such as SMEs, education, and affordable housing. Dominicé Sharma Valdés Widge Meddin Roland Dominicé Vibhuti Sharma Domingo Valdés Vikram Widge Moderator Lee Meddin Chief Executive Officer, Symbiotics SA Information, Consulting and Services, Geneva Managing Director, Global Head Development Organizations, Standard Chartered Bank Chief Financial Officer, Grupo VINTE, México, D.F. Head, Climate Financial Products, IFC Climate Business Group, Washington, D.C. Director, Structured and Securitized Products, IFC, Washington, D.C. 11:15 a.m. Coffee Break 66

67 11:45 a.m. Panel Discussion II»The Impact of Basel III Risk Sharing in Emerging Markets«Emerging markets will likely be impacted by the increased capital requirements of Basel III in the short term. Financial flows from advanced economies could decline by World Bank estimates up to 3 percent and trade flows could drop due to lower worldwide economic activity. There are some solutions that promise good returns to investors and will keep short term finance flowing to emerging markets. Auboin Borlini Levêque Peachey Baker Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday Marc Auboin Sabrina Borlini Laurent Levêque John R. Peachey Moderator Georgina Baker 1:00 p.m. Lunch and Networking End of the 3 rd IFC EURO FINANCE WEEK Conference 2:00 p.m. Global Finance Conference Counsellor, Economic Research and Statistics Division, WTO, Geneva Senior Trade Finance Officer, IFC, Brussels Senior Banker Europe & Africa at Official Institutions Coverage, BNP Paribas, Paris Managing Director, Global Head Financing Solutions Group, HSBC, London Director, Short Term Finance, IFC International Finance Corporation, Washington, D.C. The IFC conference attendees are invited to join the afternoon session on»trends in African Financial Markets«. 67 4

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69 4.2 Kongress Congress»Congress on Central and Eastern Europe«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language 8:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Congress Center English By invitation only 8:30 a.m. Registration 9:00 a.m. Opening Speech Ulrich Sieber Member of the Board of Managing Directors, Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday Panel I Anca-Daniela Boagiu Nebojsa Ciric Grigoriy Marchenko Ilmars Rimsevics Moderation Peter Tils 10:15 a.m. Coffee Break 10:45 a.m. Panel II Haluk Aydinoglu Sergey N. Gorkov Gianni Papa Jacek Obĺękowski Moderation Dr. Andre Carls 11:45 a.m. Coffee Break 12:15 p.m. Panel III Introduction Jeromin Zettelmeyer Discussion Korhan Eryilmaz Michael Harms Anna Katarzyna Nietyksza Jeromin Zettelmeyer Moderation Rainer Riess»Rejoining the Growth Path«Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, Romania Minister of Economy and Regional Development, Serbia Governor, National Bank of Kazakhstan, Almaty Governor, Bank of Latvia, Riga Chief Executive Officer Central and Eastern Europe, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m.»the Future Growth of Retail Banking in Central and Eastern Europe«CEO of CEB Russia & Global Head of Retail Banking, Credit Europe Bank, Netherlands Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, Sberbank, Moscow Senior Executive Vice President and Head of CEE Division, UniCredit Vice President of the Management Board in charge of Retail Market, PKO Bank Polski, Warsaw Chief Executive Officer Central & Eastern Europe Holding, Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt a.m.»access to the Capital Market for Small and Medium-Sized Companies«Deputy Chief Economist and Head of Research, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, London Director, Emerging Companies Market, Istanbul Stock Exchange, Istanbul Chairman of the Board, German-Russian Chamber of Commerce, Moscow Chairman of the Board, EFICOM S.A., Certified Authorized Advisor on NewConnect, Member of EESC, Warsaw Deputy Chief Economist and Head of Research, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, London Managing Director, XETRA Market Development, Deutsche Börse AG, Frankfurt a.m. 69 4

70 4 1:15 p.m. Lunch 2:00 p.m. Closing Panel Denis Bugrov Dr. Andre Carls Dr. Matthias Kollatz-Ahnen Dr. Herbert Stepic Peter Tils Moderation Prof. Dr. Rainer Lindner»New Opportunities in the CEE Finance Industry«Member of the Management Board and Senior Vice President, Sberbank, Moscow Chief Executive Officer Central & Eastern Europe Holding, Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Vice President, European Investment Bank, Luxembourg Chief Executive Officer, Raiffeisen Bank International AG, Vienna Chief Executive Officer Central and Eastern Europe, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Executive Director, Ost-Ausschuss der Deutschen Wirtschaft, Berlin 3:00 p.m. End of Congress Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday 70

71 4.3 Kongress Congress»Arab-German Finance and Investment Conference«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Congress Center English 8:30 a.m. Registration 9:30 a.m. Opening Ceremony Keynote»The changing geopolitical landscape and the impact on the Arab world and regional Investment«10:30 a.m. Coffee Break Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday 11:00 a.m. Session I 12:30 p.m. Lunch 1:30 p.m. Session II 3:00 p.m. Coffee Break 3:30 p.m. Session III»Cross-border Investment and Partnerships«Sovereign Wealth Funds and the industrialisation plans of the GCC countries: Perspectives, Opportunities, and Vision Arab real estate investment in Germany: Unique opportunities in growing market and a stable economy Capitalising German Industry: Perspectives for Arab institutional and private investors Private equity as the vehicle to open investments in Arab consumer markets Investment Protection and Insurance: Recent Trends and Structures»Financing: Accelerating Growth in the Arab World«The Arab spring and its impact on regional private banking Islamic banking: Balancing expectations in the world economy Capitalising on the demand of Sharia-compliant wealth management Export financing: Fuelling growing exchange»insurance«introducing healthcare insurance: Growth opportunities for insurers and reinsurers Industrial insurances in the Arab world: Perspectives and opportunities Alternative insurances: The rise of Takaful in the Arab world Export insurances: Safeguarding trade Concluding Remarks 5:00 p.m. End of Conference 71 4

72 4 Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday Among the speakers are: Dr. Thomas Bach Dr. Imad Shehab Dr. Jürgen Friedrich Dr. Florian Amereller Ralph M. Nitzgen Saeb Nahas Dr. Michael Bitzer Jan von Allwörden Sascha Nöske Dr. Ludwig Stiftl Babette Stein von Kamienski Dr. Henry Azzam Abdulaziz Al-Mikhlafi Clemens Recker President, Ghorfa Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Germany Secretary General, General Union of Arab Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture for Arab Countries, Lebanon CEO, German Trade and Invest GmbH, Germany Attorney at Law, Amereller Legal Consultants, Germany Senior Executive Officer & General Manager Dubai Branch, Commerzbank AG, UAE President & CEO, Nahas Enterprises Group, Syria CEO, National Health Insurance Company Daman, United Arab Emirates Head of Department Underwriting & Member of the Executive Board, Euler Hermes Kreditversicherungs-AG, Germany Chairman, Strategis AG, Germany Center of Competence for Retakaful, Munich RE, Germany Head of Division, Education and Sustainable Economic Development Team, North Africa and Middle East Department, KfW Development Bank, Germany Chairman MENA, Deutsche Bank Middle East, UAE Secretary General, Ghorfa Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Germany Head of Public Relations and Country Departments, Ghorfa Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Germany 72

73 4.5 Konferenz Conference»Euro Debt Market Conference«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language 8:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Congress Center English 8:30 a.m. Registration 9:00 a.m. Welcome Jan Bettink President, Association of German Pfandbrief Banks; Member of the Board, Landesbank Berlin, Berlin 9:10 a.m. Keynote»Reinforcing Financial Regulation An Asset Management Perspective«Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday Elizabeth Corley 9:35 a.m. Keynote Dr. Malcolm D. Knight 10:00 a.m. Panel I Claus Tofte Nielsen Jens Tolckmitt Joachim von Schorlemer Dr. Thomas Sommer Moderation Keith Mullin 11:00 a.m. Coffee Break 11:20 a.m. Introduction Dr. Carl Heinz Daube Chief Executive Officer, Allianz Global Investors Europe, Munich»The Future of Bank Funding Is it Covered?«Vice Chairman, Deutsche Bank Global Group, New York»Regulatory Sea Change and Bank Funding«Senior Portfolio Manager, Norges Investment, Oslo Chief Executive, Association of German Pfandbrief Banks, Berlin Country Head Germany, BNP Paribas Branch Frankfurt, Frankfurt a.m. Member of the Board, WL Bank, Münster Editor at large, International Financing Review ifr, London Managing Director, Bundesrepublik Deutschland Finanzagentur GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. 11:25 a.m. Keynote»Regulating Sovereign Debt Markets Is There an Optimum?«Prof. Dr. Paul G. Schmidt Head of Economics Department, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Frankfurt a.m. 73 4

74 4 11:50 a.m. Keynote»Current Sovereign Market Trends«Stefan Bielmeier Chief Economist, DZ BANK, Frankfurt a.m. 12:15 p.m. Panel II Dr. Carl Heinz Daube Philippe Mills Thomas Olofsson Robert Stheeman Moderation Keith Mullin»The Future of Sovereign Debt Funding«Managing Director, Bundesrepublik Deutschland Finanzagentur GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Chief Executive, Agence France Trésor, Paris Head of Funding, Riksgälden Swedish National Debt Office, Stockholm Chief Executive, UK Debt Management Office, London Editor at large, International Financing Review ifr, London Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday 1:15 p.m. Lunch 2:30 p.m. End of Conference 74

75 4.6 Konferenz Conference»Private Banking & Wealth Management Konferenz«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language Uhr Congress Center Deutsch Uhr Registrierung 9.00 Uhr Begrüßung und Eröffnung Dr. Jörg Richter Geschäftsführer, Institut für Qualitätssicherung und Prüfung von Finanzdienstleistungen GmbH, Hannover Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday Podiumsdiskussion I Dr. Franz Angermann Dr. Martin Fritz Wilhelm v. Haller Moderation Mathis Engelmann Uhr Kaffeepause Uhr Podiumsdiskussion II Carsten Hermann Holger Mai Dr. Kirsten Teegen Moderation Dr. Jörg Richter Uhr Kaffeepause Uhr Podiumsdiskussion III Keynote Stephan Isenberg Diskussion Dr. Stefan Bergheim Stephan Isenberg Prof. Dr. Jens Kleine Moderation Mathis Engelmann»Banker versus Bankier Die Kultur im Private Banking & Wealth Management«Managing Director, Head UBS Private Wealth Advisors, UBS Deutschland AG, Frankfurt a.m. Persönlich haftender Gesellschafter, Fürst Fugger Privatbank Kommanditgesellschaft, Augsburg Vorsitzender des Vorstands, Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie. AG & Co. KGaA, Köln Berater für Kommunikation im Private Banking, Bad Homburg v.d.h.»absolute Return statt Benchmark Ist das der neue Trend im Portfoliomanagement?«Geschäftsführer, Feri Trust GmbH, Bad Homburg v.d.h. Vorsitzender der Geschäftsleitung, Frankfurter Bankgesellschaft (Schweiz) AG, Zürich Direktorin, Bereichsleiterin Asset Management, NATIONAL-BANK AG, Essen Geschäftsführer, Institut für Qualitätssicherung und Prüfung von Finanzdienstleistungen GmbH, Hannover»Nachhaltige Investments im Private Banking & Wealth Management Mode oder Megatrend?«Mitglied des Vorstandes, Bethmann Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Direktor, Zentrum für gesellschaftlichen Fortschritt e.v., Frankfurt a.m. Mitglied des Vorstandes, Bethmann Bank AG, Frankfurt a.m. Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Finanzdienstleistungen, Steinbeis-Hochschule Berlin Berater für Kommunikation im Private Banking, Bad Homburg v.d.h Uhr Mittagessen 75 4

76 Uhr Podiumsdiskussion IV Jella Benner-Heinacher Dr. Reiner Krieglmeier Karl Matthäus Schmidt Moderation Ralf Vielhaber»Beipackzettel bis Beratungsprotokoll Wie viel Regulierung verträgt das Private Banking & Wealth Management?«Geschäftsführerin, Deutsche Schutzvereinigung für Wertpapierbesitz e.v., Düsseldorf Vorstand, Bankhaus Herzogpark AG, München Vorsitzender des Vorstands, quirin bank AG, Berlin Geschäftsführer, FUCHSBRIEFE Dr. Hans Fuchs GmbH, Berlin Uhr Ende der Konferenz Uhr 8. Private Banking Gipfel [nur auf Einladung] Verleihung des»private Banking-Award 2012«durch die Private Banking Prüfinstanz Verlag FUCHSBRIEFE, Berlin und Dr. Richter IQF, Hannover Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday 76

77 4.7 Konferenz Conference»Global Finance Conference«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language 9:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Congress Center English 9:00 a.m. Registration 10:00 a.m. Welcome and Opening Bodo Krüger Session I Keynotes President, DAW German-Asian Business Circle; Honorary Consul General of Nepal, Frankfurt a.m. ASIA Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday Stephen Wong Erdmann R.G. Vogt Moderator Oliver Griffith 11:00 a.m. Coffee Break»Hong Kong as China's Global Financial Centre«Director, Hong Kong Economic and Trade Affairs (Central and Eastern Europe), The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Berlin 11:30 a.m. Session II Keynotes INDIA»Vietnam: Take-Off Again«Managing Director, VietinBank Germany, Frankfurt a.m. Head of Communications and Public Affairs Western Europe, IFC (International Finance Corporation), Paris»Business Opportunities in IndiaGermany and India The Global Framework of Bilateral Relations«Prof. Dr. Eberhard Sandschneider Otto Wolff-Director of the Research Institute, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP), Berlin Klaus Friedrich Meier Priyadarshi Sharma Wolfgang Haehn Moderator Ekkehard Stein»Innovations Management for India: How to Develop the Right Products for the Indian Market«Senior Projectmanager Marketing & Communication, Maier + Vidorno GmbH, Cologne»How to Find, Understand and Manage your Distribution/Partners in India«Managing Director, Mutual PR, India/Germany»Lessons Learned by German Mid-Size Enterprises«Managing Director, KRONE KOMMUNIKATION GmbH; Chairman, DAPG German Asia Pacific Society, Cologne Attorney at law, Partner, Paule&Partner Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft bürgerlichen Rechts; Vice President, DAW German-Asian Business Circle, Frankfurt a.m. 1:00 p.m. Lunch 77 4

78 4 2:00 p.m. Session III AFRICA»Trends in African Financial Markets«Keynote Christian Wessels Discussion Prof. Thorsten Beck Hans W. Meier-Ewert Ernst Welteke Bruno Wenn Christian Wessels Moderator Christian Hiller von Gaertringen»Delivering Financial Services in Sub-Saharan Africa«Partner, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Professor of Economics, Chairman, European Banking Center, Tilburg University, Tilburg Executive Vice President, Afrika-Verein der deutschen Wirtschaft e.v., Hamburg Chairman of the Board, Banco Kwanza Invest, Luanda/Angola; Former President of Deutsche Bundesbank Chairman of the Management Board, DEG Deutsche Investitionsund Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbh, Cologne Partner, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH, Frankfurt a.m. Editor, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt a.m. 3:30 p.m. End of Conference Donnerstag, 17. November Thursday Abendveranstaltungen Evening Events 4.8»Dinner Frankfurt European Banking Congress«Nur auf Einladung By invitation only 4.9»8. Private Banking Gipfel«Nur auf Einladung By invitation only 78

79 Tag Day 5Freitag Friday 18. November Der Tag im Überblick The Day at a Glance 5.1 Frankfurt European Banking Congress* 1 8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Alte Oper Frankfurt th CR & Responsible Investment Conference* 8:30 a.m. 3:15 p.m. Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof Übersicht Overview Abend Evening Benefiz Gala Uhr Alte Oper Frankfurt 1 Nur auf Einladung By invitation only * Konferenzsprache: Englisch Conference Language: English 79 5

80 5 5.1 Kongress Congress Frankfurt European Banking Congress»The Big Shift«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Raum Room Sprache Language 8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Alte Oper Frankfurt Mozartsaal English hosted by: Commerzbank AG, Deutsche Bank AG and City of Frankfurt am Main Nur auf Einladung By invitation only 8:00 a.m. Registration and Coffee 9:00 a.m. Welcome Petra Roth Mayor, City of Frankfurt am Main Freitag, 18. November Friday Keynote Speech Josef Ackermann I. Shifting Economic Powers Thomas Mirow Alexandre Antonio Tombini Yu Yongding Chair Todd Benjamin Keynote Speech Jens Weidmann 11:30 a.m. Coffee Break 12:00 p.m. Keynote Speech Wolfgang Schäuble Chairman of this year s Frankfurt European Banking Congress; Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt am Main President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, London Governor, Banco Central do Brasil, Brasilia Academician, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing Todd Benjamin International, London President, Deutsche Bundesbank; Member of the Governing Council of the ECB, Frankfurt am Main Minister of Finance of the Federal Republic of Germany, Berlin II. Shifting Currencies John Lipsky Pier Carlo Padoan Didier Reynders Yngve Slyngstad Chair Todd Benjamin Former First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C. Deputy Secretary-General and Chief Economist, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Kingdom of Belgium, Brussels; Member of the Eurogroup Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer Allocation, Norges Bank Investment Management, Oslo Todd Benjamin International, London 1:30 p.m. Buffet Lunch 80

81 2:30 p.m. Keynote Speech Martin Blessing Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors, Commerzbank, Frankfurt am Main Keynote Speech Mario Draghi* Governor, Banca d Italia, Rome; Designated President of the European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main III. Shifting Financial Markets Luigi Buttiglione Charles H. Dallara Volker Wieland Chair Todd Benjamin Head of Global Strategy, Brevan Howard Investment Products, St. Hélier (Jersey), Geneva Managing Director, The Institute of International Finance, Washington, D.C. Professor of Monetary Theory and Policy and Founding Professor at the IMFS, Goethe University of Frankfurt Todd Benjamin International, London Freitag, 18. November Friday Closing Remarks Josef Ackermann 4:00 p.m. End of Congress Chairman of the Congress; Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt am Main * to be confirmed 81 5

82 5 5.2 Kongress Congress»6 th CR & Responsible Investment Conference«Uhrzeit Time Ort Location Sprache Language 8:30 a.m. 3:15 p.m. Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof English 8:30 a.m. Registration 9:00 a.m. Welcome Joachim Schlange Managing Director, Schlange & Co. GmbH, Hamburg Keynote Hans-Joachim Fuchtel»Unternehmerische Verantwortung in einer globalen Wirtschaft«Parliamentary State Secretary, Ministry for Labour and Social Affairs, Berlin Freitag, 18. November Friday 9:30 a.m. Presentation I Rashad-Rudolf Kaldany Panel Discussion I Martin Häusling Dr. Wolfgang Jamann Rashad-Rudolf Kaldany Hans Jürgen Matern Ralf Oberbannscheidt Moderation Robert von Heusinger 11:00 a.m. Coffee Break 11:30 a.m. Presentation II Claudia Kruse»Responsible Investing is Good Business«Vice President Global Industries, International Finance Corporation, Washington D.C.»Agricultural Investment: Speculating on Hunger or Contributing to Food Security?«Member of the European Parliament, Member of the EP Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development, Greens/EFA coordinator in AGRI, Brussels Secretary General, Chief Executive of the Board, Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e.v., Bonn Vice President Global Industries, International Finance Corporation, Washington D.C. Vice President Sustainability & Regulatory Affairs, METRO AG, Düsseldorf Partner GTP, Portfolio Manager Global Agribusiness Stock Strategy, New York Deputy Chief Editor, Frankfurter Rundschau, Frankfurt a.m.»responsible Investment Across Different Asset Classes«Head of Governance and Sustainability, APG, Amsterdam Panel Discussion II Erik Breen Dr. Christian Humborg Thomas Losse-Müller Hubertus Graf von Plettenberg Moderation Patricia Szarvas»ESG: How is Responsible Investing Possible in Emerging Markets?«Senior Vice President, Head of Responsible Investing, Robeco, Rotterdam Managing Director, Transparency International Deutschland e.v., Berlin Senior Financial Sector Specialist Africa Region, The World Bank, Washington D.C. Senior Vice President Corporate Management, DEG Deutsche Investitionsund Entwicklungsgesellschaft, Cologne Anchor, CNBC News, Frankfurt a.m. 1:00 p.m. Lunch Break 82

83 2:00 p.m. Panel Discussion III»Integrated Reporting«Susan Blesener Director of Corporate Accountability, Novo Nordisk A/S, Bagsvaerd, Denmark Dr. Solveig Pape-Hamich Vice President, Asset Allocation Investmentstrategies, KfW Bankengruppe, Thorsten Pinkepank Michael Werner Christopher M. Wright Moderation Ralf Frank Frankfurt a.m. Head of Sustainability Coordination, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers AG, Frankfurt a.m. Senior Analyst, Climate Change/Environment, Ownership Policies, Norges Bank Investment Management, Oslo Managing Director, DVFA German Society of Investment Professionals, Frankfurt a.m. 3:15 p.m. End of Conference 7:00 p.m. Award Ceremony»Preis für Verantwortungsbewusstes Wirtschaften«Freitag, 18. November Friday Held during the 25 th Benefit Gala in the Alte Oper Frankfurt Participation upon separate registration and fee. 83 5

84 25 th B enefiz gala ANight of Art ANd Culture A BeNefit for friday 18 NovemBer At 7.00 p.m. Alte oper frankfurt u N d e r t h e pat r o N A g e o f d r. h. C. p e t r A r o t h, mayor, frankfurt Am main h i g h l i g h t s : russian ChAmBer philharmonic st. petersburg sweet soul music revue roman KupersChmidt BANd 4 to the BAr flavius & eurosound show BANd

85 Karten Tickets* Großer Saal/Parkett Concert Hall/Stalls Sitz am 10 Personen-Tisch seat at a Table for 10 persons 720,- Tisch für 10 Personen Table for 10 persons 7.200,- Großer Saal/Rang Concert Hall/Circle Tisch für 8 Personen Table for 8 persons 5.200,- Tisch für 4 Personen Table for 4 persons 1.200,- Tisch für 2 Personen Table for 2 persons 600,- Altes Foyer Tisch für 10 Personen Table for 10 persons 7.200,- Flanierkarte pro Person Ticket per Person *exkl. 19% MwSt VAT Kontakt Contact Maleki Group Wiesenau Frankfurt am Main, Germany Ricarda Böhm Margit Joblot Fon: +49 (0) Fax: +49 (0) Freitag, 18. November Friday 85 The Benefit Gala is the closing highlight of the EURO FINANCE WEEK and shows a long tradition of 24 years. Each year, on the Friday night of the EURO FINANCE WEEK, the Gala brings together app. 2,000 guests from Europe's finance and business community at Frankfurt's Alte Oper. As always, the Gala is dedicated to a good cause. This year, the beneficiary will be the International Piano Forum Frankfurt e.v. The International Piano Forum Frankfurt e.v. is a non-profit association. It offers a summit for internationally acclaimed pianists to meet with outstanding young artists who showcase their instrumental mastery. The Forum focuses on the exchange of ideas and musical creativity, bringing together the great classical tradition and the future of contemporary piano music. This year's raised funds will support the»german Piano Award«, founded in 2011 by the International Piano Forum Frankfurt association in cooperation with all German conservatories and their international partner universities. The German Piano Award is presented annually. Selected by an independent jury, the six most promising young pianists from an international elite are invited to Frankfurt am Main. Here the six nominees will present their repertoire to the audience in a public concert at the Alte Oper. The subsequent award ceremony and the announcement of the awardee form the highlight of the event. The patron of this year's Benefit Gala is Dr.h.c. Petra Roth, Mayor of the City of Frankfurt am Main. 5

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91 On the following pages, we have listed the company profiles of all sponsors and partners of the EURO FINANCE WEEK 2011, including short company/ product descriptions as well as contact details. EURO FINANCE WEEK 2011: SPONSORS AND PARTNERS ACI Worldwide Afrika-Verein der deutschen Wirtschaft e.v. Atos BayernLB bankenversicherungen.de BearingPoint GmbH Bethmann Bank AG BIAN Banking Industry Architecture Network e.v. BITKOM Bundesverband Informations wirtschaft, Telekommunikation und neue Medien e.v. Bloomberg LP Centre for European Policy (CEP) Commerzbank AG DAW German-Asian Business Circle Detecon International GmbH Deutsche Bank AG Deutsche Börse AG DWS Investment GmbH DZ BANK Group EBA Group EBF European Banking Federation EFiS EDI Finance Service AG European Federation for Retirement Provision (EFRP) European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) Research Center Finance & Information Management, Fraunhofer Project Group Forschungszentrum Risikomanagement der Universität Würzburg FZRM Frankfurt Institute for Risk Management & Regulation (FIRM) Frankfurt am Main Chamber of Commerce and Industry Frankfurt Economic Development GmbH FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH Federal Republic of Germany Finance Agency Ghorfa Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry e.v. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH Goethe Business School Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thueringen Hessen Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office Horváth & Partners Management Consultants IBF International Bankers Forum e.v. IBM Deutschland GmbH ICBC Financial Leasing CO., LTD. International Finance Corporation IND Group Dr. Richter IQF L-Bank Lünendonk GmbH MaschmeyerRürup AG NATIONAL-BANK AG ORACLE Deutschland GmbH Ost-Ausschuss der Deutschen Wirtschaft Promontory Financial Group Raiffeisen Bank International AG RiskNET GmbH Robeco Roland Berger Strategy Consultants Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie. AG & Co. KGaA Sberbank of Russia Schlange & Co. GmbH Scottish Development International (SDI) SEB Asset Management TARGOBANK AG & Co. KGaA Tianjin Innovative Finance Investment Co., Ltd. Tianjin Municipal People s Government Financial Affairs Office UBS Deutschland AG Association of German Pfandbrief Banks Verlag FUCHSBRIEFE Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (Vietinbank) Zetenis AG ZIA German Property Federation E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 91

92 Contact Headquarter Fax ACI Worldwide Felitas Aguilar Senior Account Executive Am Limespark Sulzbach Germany +49 (0) (0) ACI builds, implements, consolidates and supports payment systems worldwide. We provide innovative solutions for: ó Wholesale payment processing ó Financial messaging ó Card transaction processing ó Enterprise fraud solutions ó Card and merchant management ó Payment hubs and system infrastructures ó Payment service monitoring and management ACI Worldwide powers electronic payments for financial institutions, retailers and processors around the world with the broadest, most integrated suite of electronic payment software in the market. More than 90 billion times each year, ACI s solutions process consumer payments. On an average day, ACI software manages more than US$ 12 trillion in wholesale payments. And for more than 160 payments organizations worldwide, ACI software ensures people and businesses don t fall victim to financial crime. We are trusted globally based on our unrivalled understanding of payments and related processes. We have a definitive vision of how electronic payment systems will look in the future and we have the knowledge, scale and resources to deliver it. Since 1975, ACI has provided software solutions to the world s financial community, supporting innovation along the way. We welcome the opportunity to do the same for you. ab Afrika-Verein der deutschen Wirtschaft e.v. Contact Headquarter Fax Hans W. Meier-Ewert Executive Vice President Neuer Jungfernstieg Hamburg Germany + 49 (040) (040) ó Organizing a wide range of events aimed at promoting business relations between African countries and Germany ó In its project activities, the Afrika- Verein places emphasis on the promotion of private enterprise and the development of private sector institutions in Africa ó Providing the general public with briefings on the latest economic and political developments in Africa The Afrika-Verein der deutschen Wirtschaft (German-African Business Association) promotes trade with and investments in African countries. The association has more than 650 members, including German multinationals and a large number of small and medium-sized companies. For more than 75 years, the Afrika-Verein has been the main point of contact in Germany for the African public and private sector, serving as their gateway to German enterprises with business interests in Africa. The Afrika-Verein organises business trips to Germany, information days and economic forums, and helps its African partners to make contact with select business partners. The Association cooperates with approximately 25 partner organisations in Africa and maintains a network of honorary representatives on the continent. For its members, the association offers a range of services such as regular briefings on economic and political developments in Africa, as well as help in establishing individual contacts. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 92

93 Contact Headquarter Atos Dr. Harry Roth Senior Vice President Financial Services, Frankfurt Paris France +49 (0) de.atos.net Atos is No. 1 in: ó Innovative Payment Solutions & BPO Services ó Multichannel Self-Service Banking ó Clearing & Settlement Processing ó Brokerage Processing Further Industry-Specific Banking Solutions: ó Multichannel & E-Banking Services ó Core Banking ó Payment & Clearing Processing ó Security Management ó FATCA (U.S. Withholding Tax) ó SEPA 2014 (National Clearing House) Atos is Europe's largest IT services provider, one of Germany s top 3 IT companies, and the Worldwide IT Partner for the Olympic Games. Established through the merger of Atos Origin and Siemens IT Solutions and Services, the company has 78,500 employees and a presence in 42 countries. The Atos portfolio is based around superior IT services which cover the entire value chains of its customers. Atos attaches great importance to long-term partnerships with its customers, focusing on best practices and innovative solutions in the areas of ó Managed Services, BPO & Transactional Services, Consulting & Technology Services, System Integration. The portfolio is rounded off by solutions specifically designed for the Financial Services sector covering all process levels of the customers organizations. Financial Services is a vital strategic market for Atos and accounts for 20% of annual revenues. Around 60% of Atos' Financial Services business is in banking (retail, corporate and investment) and 40% in insurance. Atos employs around 15,000 experts in Financial Services and has over 30 years of experience in this sector. 9 out of 10 European banks entrust their business processes and systems to Atos. ab BayernLB Headquarter Fax Brienner Straße München Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Traditional financing ó Syndicated financing ó Structured finance ó Leasing ó Project, export and trade financing ó Financial markets services ó Asset and liquidity management ó Equity, bonds, money market and forex ó Own issues ó Derivative financial transactions ó Commercial real estate financing ó Asset securitisation BayernLB is the leading Bavarian commercial bank for large and middle-market corporate customers in Germany and Europe and also for retail customers. It is a member of the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe in Bavaria and is a high-performance regional bank with a focus on Europe and international expertise. Its core competency is traditional credit financing, including working capital, capex, and trade financing, as well as a wide range of leasing products. The Bank is a recognised expert in global project and export financing, particularly in the infrastructure, energy and renewable energy sectors. The product line includes capital market products, such as Schuldschein note loans and corporate bonds. As one of the largest issuers on the euro market, BayernLB is always present in all major currencies and maintains a close relationship with all market participants. Risk and liquidity management are employed to hedge a wide-variety of risks including exchange-rate, commodity, energy price, interest-rate, default, and market volatility risks. Balance sheet structure, portfolio and financial risk management round out the product offering. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 93

94 bankenversicherungen.de Contact Headquarter Fax Prof. Dr. Matthias Fischer Prof. Dr. Thomas Bahlinger Directors and Partners Georg-Simon-Ohm-Hochschule Faculty of Business Administration Bahnhofstraße Nuremberg Germany +49 (0) / (0) bankenversicherungen.de bankenversicherungen.de Strategy Consulting specialized in financial products ó Internet Strategy ó Mobile Banking Strategy ó Social Media Strategy ó site Usability ó Multi Channel Banking Integration ó Online Customer Integration ó Online M&A Integration ó Online Process Optimization bankenversicherungen.de is a leading strategy consulting company with focus on the internet and the banking sector. As university spin-off bankenversicherungen.de integrates innovative theoretical know-how with special industry expertise. The USP of bankenversicherungen.de is its leading expertise due to specialization on the internet sales channel and financial products since Clients include large European banks with extensive branch networks, internet banks, building societies and insurance companies. bankenversicherungen.de supports its clients with value creating strategic concepts. State of the art concepts for direct and internet banking, customer interaction, multi channel integration, mobile banking and social media networking are developed. bankenversicherungen.de is a pioneer in internet strategy development for financial products and a consulting partner for banks and insurance companies. We just make things online easier for banks and their clients. b Contact Headquarter Fax BearingPoint GmbH Dr. Robert Wagner Geschäftsführer Speicherstraße Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) Management and technology consulting in the areas of ó Business Strategy & Transformation ó Customer Management ó Supply Chain Management ó Finance Transformation, Human Capital & Real Estate ó Governance, Risk, Compliance & Security (incl. ABACUS/DaVinci for bank supervisory regulatory reporting) ó Information Management ó IT Strategy & Transformation ó Advisory for SAP ó Process Optimization & Transformation BearingPoint delivers Business Consulting with Management & Technology capabilities. Serving commercial, financial and public services clients, BearingPoint focuses on offering the best possible value in terms of tangible, measurable results by leveraging management and technology expertise. The firm offers its clients a seamless cross-border approach, strong focus on results, an entrepreneurial culture, profound industry and functional knowledge as well as solutions customized to clients specific needs. BearingPoint employs about 3,200 people and operates 26 offices in 15 countries. BearingPoint s business unit Financial Services serves clients in the banking, insurance and capital markets industry. Our industry-specific solutions are designed to help financial institutions with their most burning topics, such as adjusting their service delivery models with a strong focus on business excellence, migrating technical platforms towards a common standard as well as Governance, Risk & Compliance issues. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 94

95 Headquarter Fax Bethmann Bank AG Bethmannstraße Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Private Wealth Management ó Asset Management ó Securities Advice ó Credit and Loans ó Financial Planning ó Inheritance and Legacy Planning ó Foundation and Endowment Advice / Management ó Partner for Companies and Entrepreneurs Bethmann Bank is a leading provider of private banking in Germany, comprehensive support and accompaniment of private clients assets. The bank with its headquarters in Frankfurt am Main is part of the international private banking network of the Dutch ABN AMRO Group. It combines the exclusivity of a German private bank with regional roots dating back to 1712 with the credit rating and comprehensive resources of a strong, international finance group. Until the beginning of October 2011, Bethmann Bank traded under the name Delbrück Bethmann Maffei. Bethmann Bank is a modern private bank with a clear focus: as the only bank of a comparable size in Germany, it takes exclusive care of private clients assets as well as of semi-institutional investors. It combines strict independence, the highest consulting standards and continuity of care with transparency, innovative strength and willingness to change. Bethmann Bank employs some 350 people and with 9 branches is comprehensively present in all business centres in Germany. b BIAN Banking Industry Architecture Network e.v. Contact Headquarter Karin Fischenbeck Secretary General P.O. Box Frankfurt am Main Germany Fax + 49 (0) (0) ó Common architectural framework for banking interoperability issues ó BIAN Reference Banking Service Landscape ó Comprehensive How-to-Guide ó Aligned Metamodel ó Consistent service definitions, levels of detail and boundaries ó Close alignment with relevant standards in the banking space, including ISO20022, IFX and TOGAF The Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN) is an association to establish a common architectural framework for banking interoperability issues. BIAN s goal is to agree on semantic definitions for IT services in the banking industry. It focuses on creating a reference banking service landscape, while ensuring consistent service definitions, levels of detail and boundaries. This will help banks to achieve a reduction of integration costs. Banks, software and services partners play a collaborative role in building next-generation banking platforms: ACI Worldwide Inc., Callataÿ & Wouters, Capital Banking Solutions, CGI, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, COREtransform, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Postbank, FERNBACH, HCL Axon, ifb group, IKOR, Infosys, ING, innobis AG, kutxa, Microsoft, Rabobank, Reply Deutschland, SAP, Scotiabank Group, Standard Bank of South Africa, SunGard, SWIFT, Temenos, UniCredit Group, Zürcher Kantonalbank. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 95

96 Contact Headquarter BITKOM Bundesverband Informations - wirtschaft, Telekommunikation und neue Medien e.v. Michael Barth Bereichsleiter Banking & Financial Services Albrechtstraße 10 A Berlin-Mitte Germany Fax + 49 (0) (0) BITKOM ist das Sprachrohr der IT-, Telekommunikations- und Neue-Medien- Branche. BITKOM vertritt mehr als Unternehmen, davon über Direktmitglieder. Hierzu gehören fast alle Global Player sowie 700 leistungsstarke Mittelständler. Die BITKOM-Mitglieder erwirtschaften 135 Milliarden Euro Umsatz und exportieren Hightech im Wert von 50 Milliarden Euro. BITKOM repräsentiert damit ca. 90% des deutschen ITK-Markts. BITKOM bildet ein großes, leistungsfähiges Netzwerk und vereinigt die besten Köpfe und Unternehmen der digitalen Welt. BITKOM organisiert einen permanenten Austausch zwischen Fach- und Führungskräften und stellt seinen Mitgliedern Plattformen zur Kooperation untereinander und für den Kontakt mit wichtigen Kunden bereit. Die Schaffung innovationsfreundlicher Rahmenbedingungen hat für BITKOM höchste Priorität. Bildung und Fachkräftenachwuchs, Datenschutz und Sicherheit, Green-IT, E-Government und E-Health, Mittelstand, Netzpolitik, Urheberrecht, Standortpolitik sowie eine neue Telekommunikations- und Medienordnung sind Kern der politischen Agenda des BITKOM. Im Sinne der digitalen Konvergenz fördert BITKOM die Zusammenarbeit aller Unternehmen mit ITK-Bezug. b Bloomberg LP Contact Nicole Meckelholt Headquarter Fax Neue Mainzer Straße Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Real time and historical pricing ó Indicative data, reporting, research, analytics, portfolio management tools ó Electronic trading and order management systems ó Multimedia events and electronic communications to Bloomberg customers ó Available in more than 150 countries, 24 hours a day, in a single integrated desktop solution The BLOOMBERG PROFESSIONAL service is the interactive financial information network that is Bloomberg s core business. The BLOOMBERG PROFESSIONAL service provides real-time and historical pricing, indicative data, reporting, research, estimates, analytics, portfolio management tools, electronic trading and order management systems, multimedia events and electronic communications to Bloomberg customers in more than 150 countries, 24 hours a day, in a single integrated desktop solution that is securely accessible to Bloomberg users on any enabled PC or workstation as well as on handheld devices. Market participants use the BLOOMBERG PROFESSIONAL service every day to help them make informed business decisions and to execute transactions. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 96

97 Contact Headquarter Fax Centre for European Policy (CEP) Ralf Jaksch Press Officer Kaiser-Joseph-Straße Freiburg Germany +49 (0) (0) On a weekly basis, the CEP provides policy briefs, analyses and precise background information and interdisciplinary impact assessments of EU projects. Our Policy Fields: ó Institutional Law ó Single Market, Competition & Antitrust Policy ó Employment & Social Affairs Equal Treatment ó Consumer Protection ó Environment, Energy, Climate Protection ó Financial Services ó Telecommunications ó Transport ó Civil & Procedural Law ó Economic & Stability Policy The Centrum für Europäische Politik (CEP) is the EU-political think tank of the foundation Stiftung Ordnungspolitik. It evaluates the EU s relevant political projects and develops strategies for the economic policy of the EU. The Centre for European Policy operates according to the principles of nonprofit-organisations. Therefore, we are bound to working independently of special interests and political parties. The ordo-liberal free market principles constitute the academic foundation of our analyses. The CEP is chaired by Lüder Gerken. Member of the Board of Trustees are: Roman Herzog, Hans Tietmeyer, Frits Bolkestein and Leszek Balcerowicz. c Commerzbank AG Contact Headquarter Fax Richard Lips Head of Group Communications Kaiserplatz Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Commerzbank is a leading provider of financial services for private customers and smalland medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It also offers a broad range of financial servi ces to many major corporate customers and multinational enterprises. Commerzbank is a leading bank for private and corporate customers in Germany. With the segments Private Clients, Mittelstandsbank, Corporates & Markets, Central & Eastern Europe as well as Asset Based Finance, the Bank offers its customers an attractive product portfolio, and is a strong partner for the export-oriented SME sector in Germany and worldwide. With a future total of some 1,200 branches, Commerzbank has one of the densest networks of branches among German private banks. It has above 60 sites in more than 50 countries and serves more than 14 million private clients as well as one million business and corporate clients worldwide. In 2010 it posted gross revenues of EUR 12.7 billion with some 59,000 employees. ó Commerzbank aims to be the market leader among its core target groups. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 97

98 Contact Headquarter Fax DAW German-Asian Business Circle Alexander Alles Director International Relations Johanna-Melber-Weg Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) Offering a network to more than 1,900 companies and institutions in Europe and Asia ó Conferences and events ó New Year s Reception ASIA-PACIFIC ó Direct contacts to the Diplomatic Corps ó Project support in Asia The DAW German-Asian Business Circle was founded in 1995 by the Honorary Consul General of Nepal, Bodo Krueger. Since then it emerged as one of the most influential institutions in Germany when it comes to business in Asia. The DAW is now a network of more then 1,900 companies and institutions aiming to build friendships between Asian countries and Germany as well as bridges between the cultures. The DAW helps its members to realise their projects in Asia and to establish helpful contacts. For its Asian members the DAW provides the same service in Germany. The Business Circle organises events on current issues in Asia and in Germany. It offers a regular contact platform to decision makers in politics, diplomacy, economy and tourism. Another field are the delegation trips to Asia, providing support to its small and medium size member-companies on their growth path. The DAW also offers organisation of seminars and workshops during the delegation trips. The DAW organises economic summits in Germany and helps Asian investors to find the right partners and investment areas. Doing so the DAW consults the Asian companies from A to Z. d Detecon International GmbH Contact Headquarter Fax Christof Strohkark Financial Services Industry Frankfurter Straße Eschborn Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Process & Organizational Excellence ó Fabrikkonzepte, Standardisierung, Konsolisierung ó Post Merger Integration, Transformation Mgmt. ó Enterprise Service Management & Sourcing Excellence ó CRM, Kundenservice Excellence, kundenwertorientierte Steuerung, Segmentiereung ó Innovation Management, Social Media Readiness, Enterprise 2.0 ó IT Strategy, Governance & Enterprise Architecture Mgmt. ó Enterprise Application and Infrastructure Strategy & Mgmt. Detecon International is a leading worldwide company for integrated management and technology consulting. Based on its comprehensive expertise in information and communication technology (ICT), Detecon provides consulting services to customers from all key industries. The company's focus is on the development of new business models, optimization of existing strategies and increase of corporate efficiency through strategy, organization and process improvements. This combined with Detecon s exceptional technological expertise enables us to provide consulting services along our customers entire value-added chain. The industry know-how of our consultants and the knowledge we have gained from successful management and ICT projects in over 160 countries form the foundation of our services. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 98

99 Headquarter Fax Deutsche Bank AG Taunusanlage Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Founded in Berlin in 1870; first foreign branches in Shanghai and Yokohama (1872), and London (1873) ó Today, Deutsche Bank is a leading global investment bank with a strong private clients franchise. ó Deutsche Bank s share has been listed at New York Stock Exchange since ó The claim»passion to Perform«stands for the way Deutsche Bank does business. A leader in Germany and Europe, Deutsche Bank is continuously growing in North America, Asia and key emerging markets. With roughly 102,000 employees in 73 countries, the bank competes to be the leading global provider of financial solutions, creating lasting value for its clients, its shareholders, its people and the communities in which the bank operates. Deutsche Bank belongs to the top group of global investment banks, and has enhanced its position even further since the financial crisis. By the acquisi- tion of Berliner Bank, norisbank, Sal. Oppenheim as well as parts of ABN Amro, and particularly the consolidation of Postbank, Deutsche Bank is reinforcing its private clients franchise alongside investment banking, rebalancing its earnings mix and strengthening its market position in Germany and Europe. In 2011 Deutsche Bank was named»bank of the Year«by the International Financing Review (IFR) and»best Global Bank«by Euromoney magazine. d Deutsche Börse AG Contact Headquarter Fax Dr. Albrecht Bürger Senior Vice President/ Listing & Issuer Services Mergenthalerallee Eschborn Germany +49 (0) (0) Listing ó Tailor-made Market Segments ó I-Point Information for IPO Candidates Trading ó Xetra Electronic Trading System (Cash Market) ó Eurex Electronic Derivatives Trading Platform Market Data & Analytics ó Established and Comprehensive Index World Clearing, Settlement and Custody ó Clearstream ICSD with Global Services IT Services ó Lean Production for the Financial Community As the only fully integrated exchange organization worldwide, Deutsche Börse Group is a one-stop shop and is offering all the relevant services and systems for listed companies and investors: from listing, securities and derivatives trading, clearing, settlement and custody through to market data and the development and operation of leading electronic trading systems like Xetra. The indices DAX, MDAX, TecDAX and SDAX are among Deutsche Börse s most important sources of market information. More than 11,000 shares and 550 DR programs are currently traded at Deutsche Börse. Our strong global focus has attracted companies from over 70 countries around the world to list on our exchange. Our professional and efficient listing platform and services facilitate the way to the European market and help companies to reach the global investors. Within the Cash Market we offer four clearly structured transparency standards to suit companies needs: Prime Standard or General Standard, Entry Standard or First Quotation Board. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 99

100 Contact Headquarter Fax DWS Investment GmbH Baki Irmak Global Head of Communications Mainzer Landstraße Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Our focus Traditional mutual funds Mutual funds in Unit-Linked Retirement Solutions DWS ACCESS (closed-end funds) ó What we deliver Outperformance through active management Tailor made service Innovation & Solutions Intellectual capital DWS Investments is the mutual fund arm of Deutsche Asset Management, being with EUR 146 bn. AuM 1 the largest mutual fund company in its home country, Germany, with EUR 203 bn. AuM number three of the leading retail mutual fund companies across Europe 2 and with EUR 281 bn. within the top 10 globally 3. Founded in 1956, DWS s activities span not only the European markets. Over the last few years, the DWS Investments brand has been rolled out to cover countries and products across the Americas and Asia Pacific. Leading positions in rankings of independent fund rating agencies and con - sis tently awarded prizes confirm the sustainable success and the outstan - ding performance of DWS. Sources: 1 BVI, June 30, 2011; incl. DB products 2 Lipper FMI, June 30, 2011; incl. DB products, excl. JV AuM 3 Lipper FMI (Europe), Simfund (US, Asia, Australia); June 30, European figures incl. DB products, excl. JV AuM d DZ BANK Group Contact Headquarter Fax Martin Roth Head of Communications and Marketing Platz der Republik Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Services of DZ BANK Group cover all fields of lending business, money and foreign exchange dealing, securities business, asset management, payment systems/electronic banking, leasing/factoring and all aspects of foreign business as well as investment banking. ó Within DZ BANK Group DZ BANK AG functions as a central institution for more than 900 local cooperative banks and also as a corporate bank. DZ BANK is the fourth largest bank in Germany and the central institution for more than 900 German cooperative banks (Volksbanken Raiffeisenbanken) and their 12,000 branch offices. Within the Volksbanken Raiffeisenbanken cooperative financial network, which is one of Germany s largest private-sector financial services organizations, DZ BANK AG functions both as a central institution and as a corporate and investment bank. As a holding, DZ BANK coordinates the efforts of the cooperative sector s comprehensive range of specialized services in order to achieve synergies and grow market potential for the benefit of the local cooperative banks. The DZ BANK Group includes Bausparkasse Schwäbisch Hall, a building society, DG HYP Commercial Real Estate Finance, DZ PRIVATBANK, R+V Versicherung an insurance company, TeamBank consumer finance, Union Investment Group asset management, VR LEASING, and various other specialized institutions. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 100

101 Contact Headquarter Fax EBA Group Daniel Szmukler Head of Communications and Corporate Governance 40 rue de Courcelles Paris France +33 (0) (0) EBA CLEARING is the provider of ó EURO1/STEP1, the pan-european clearing and settlement system for single euro transactions of high priority and urgency; ó STEP2, the PE-ACH platform connecting over 4,600 banks across Europe. In 2011, the Company launched MyBank, an initative geared at delivering a pan-european e-payment solution for Internet shopping, based on online banking. The EBA Group consists of the Euro Banking Association (EBA) and EBA CLEARING. The Euro Banking Association is the largest network of payment practitioners in Europe. A country-neutral banking association with a pan-european mindset and vision, the EBA plays a major role in the financial industry as a forum for discussing and driving pan-european payment initiatives. The EBA contributes to the development and improvement of pan-european business practices and actively supports banks in their continued migration to the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA). EBA CLEARING is the leading bank-owned provider of euro clearing services. The Company runs the large-value clearing and settlement platform EURO1/STEP1 as well as STEP2, the payments industry s Pan-European Automated Clearing House (PE-ACH). e EBF European Banking Federation Headquarter Fax 10 Rue Montoyer 1000 Brussels Belgium +32 (0) (0) The EBF at a glance ó 50 years of interests representation ó 31 countries ó Over 2 million employees ó Wholesale and retail banks ó Local, national and cross-border financial institutions ó A unique positioning of the sector at European level ó A European partner at global level The European Banking Federation aims to achieve the single market in financial services. The voice of European banks: The EBF is the united voice of banks estab - lished in Europe. It is a forum where best practices are exchanged, legislative proposals are debated and common positions adopted. It serves the interests of the European banking industry: The EBF represents, defends and promotes the interests of the banking industry. It provides value-adding information and efficient and professional services to its member Associations. It positions the European banking industry within the European and global regulatory frameworks: The EBF is a partner of choice for the European institutions in laying out their legislative initiatives. Its aim is to ensure that the experience and the views of banks are taken into consideration in the shaping of relevant policies. The EBF also actively promotes the positions of the European financial services in international fora. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 101

102 Contact Headquarter Fax EFiS EDI Finance Service AG Jürgen Grabowski Key Account Manager Am Weiher Dreieich Germany + 32 (o) (o) ó Financial data processing for cor - porates and the finance industry ó Payment processing ó E.F.I.S. multi-bank transaction platform ó SEPA, full capability with SCT and SDD ó FiPS Financial Payment Services ó Software as a Service ó Application hosting services (e.g. TIS) ó SWIFT Service Bureau and value added services for SWIFT users ó Audit proof archiving with on-line research capability ó Back-up and disaster recovery services EFiS EDI Finance Service AG, an affiliate of ABK-Systeme GmbH, is a Software as a Service (SaaS) application provider for banking, financial institutions and corporates. The company offers SaaS computing-services models that allow its customers within the financial industry to conduct its transactions without hosting an application or any associated hardware inhouse. The company provides a multi-client, -currency and -language finance data processing platform for all types of payments in all types of formats. The application complies with all recent developments introduced since the adop - tion of the Euro currency, including the formation of a Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) and supports all major clearing systems and automated clearing houses (ACH) and real-time gross settlement (RTGS). EFiS has been certified already in 1997 as the first SWIFT Service Bureau in Germany, and the second worldwide. The company is the competent Full Service provider for the complete SWIFT spectrum with SWIFTNet FIN and SWIFTNet FileAct. These services are delivered as SaaS and also on mobile devices. e European Federation for Retirement Provision (EFRP) Contact Headquarter Patrick Burke Chairman Chris Verhaegen Secretary General Koningsstraat 97 rue Royale 1000 Brussels Belgium Fax +32 (o) (o) A partner for ó contacts with industry representatives across EU ó influencing EU decision making ó obtaining selected EU-level information ó delivery of in depth analysis on some key issues for private pension providers The European Federation for Retirement Provision (EFRP) represents the various national associations of pension funds and similar institutions for supplementary/occupational pension provision. Its membership at large consists of institutions for workplace (2 nd pillar) retirement. The EFRP has 26 members associations in most EU-15 Member States and other European countries that have a significant in size and relevance workplace pension system. Within EFRP the Central & Eastern European Countries Forum (CEEC Forum) discusses issues common to pension systems in that region. 83 million EU citizens are covered for their workplace pension plan by EFRP Members. Through its Member Associations the EFRP represents approximately 3.5 trillion of assets (2009) managed for future occupational pension payments. EFRP Members are large institutional investors representing the buy-side on the financial markets. They are specialised financial institutions dedicated to the sole objective of accumulating and decumulating assets over a long period of time with the aim of providing a supplement to the State pension to avoid old-age poverty. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 102

103 Headquarter Fax European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) Westhafenplatz Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Protecting consumers, rebuilding trust in the financial system ó Establishing a European single rule book ó Greater harmonisation and coherent application of rules ó Ensuring a high, effective and consistent level of regulation and supervision ó Foster supervisory convergence across the EU ó Promote coordinated EU supervisory response ó Strengthening oversight of cross-border groups The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) is part of the European System of Financial Supervision, which is an integrated network of national and European supervisory authorities. EIOPA was established in consequence of the reforms to the structure of supervision of the financial sector in the European Union. This reform was initiated by the European Commission, following the recommendations of a Committee of Wise Men, chaired by Mr. de Larosière, and supported by the European Council and Parliament. EIOPA is also an independent advisory body to the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission. It s organi- zational structure includes the Board of Supervisors, the Management Board, Board of Appeal, Stakeholder Groups and Working Groups. EIOPA s core responsibilities are to support the stability of the financial system, transparency of markets and financial products as well as the protection of policyholders, pension scheme members and beneficiaries. ef Research Center Finance & Information Management, Fraunhofer Project Group»Business & Information Systems Engineering«Contact Headquarter Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Buhl Academic Director Research Center Finance & Information Management Universitätsstraße Augsburg Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) The Research Center Finance & Information Management and the Fraunhofer Project Group»Business & Information Sys tems Engineering«hold and maintain a strong network of scientific and industry partners. We offer support to your company through ó Practical research projects ó Human Resources ó Access to scientific business journals Practical research projects ó Your company benefits from cutting-edge solutions for individual problems and challenges. ó We deliver the newest scientific approaches and a value-based application of technologies. ó We allocate the expertise and methodically well-grounded know-how of our research associates e.g. Prof. Buhl is ranked among the top 0,5% researchers by Handelsblatt in Human Resources ó Through our teaching you gain contact to our high potentials at an early stage. ó You participate in our top education of outstanding students, e.g. in our Elite Graduate Program Finance & Information Management, which was ranked first place by CHE, Handelsblatt and Die Zeit for master programs in business administration. Journals Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE) and Wirtschaftsinformatik & Management ó You get access to the online archive and scientific content of the journals. BISE and the journal WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK are ranked best among the German scientific business journals. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 103

104 Contact Headquarter Forschungszentrum Risikomanagement der Universität Würzburg FZRM Marcus Pauli Managing Director Josef-Stangl-Platz Würzburg Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) Graduate studies, executive education & training, research & joint projects and consulting, especially in the fields of ó Financial Risk ó Systemic Risk ó Risk Management Information Systems ó Strategic, Reputational & Brand Risk ó Risk Management Organization & Risk Culture The Risk Management Research Center (Forschungszentrum Risikomanagement, FZRM) at the University of Wuerzburg is one of the leading institutions in the field of risk management research and education. In cooperation with various partners from different industries, the FZRM develops innovative methods to identify, assess, treat and monitor risks as well as the corresponding opportunities. With respect to the complex and interdependent nature of risk, the FZRM pursues an interdisciplinary research approach strongly emphasising the integration of insights from adjacent disciplines (especially mathematics/statistics, law, information systems, sociology and behavioural sciences). In principle, the research activities are geared to provide solutions which are applicable to a wide range of orga - nizations, regardless of their size, legal form, industry and activities. Moreover, the FZRM promotes executive as well as academic education programs, offering various courses in the field of risk and opportunity management. f Contact Headquarter Frankfurt Institute for Risk Management & Regulation (FIRM) Alexander Baunach Head of Office Zum Laurenburger Hof Frankfurt am Main Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) ó The centre of excellence for risk managers in Germany ó Promoting research in risk management ó Training of future top risk managers ó Building a high-profile network The Frankfurt Institute for Risk Management & Regulation (FIRM) is affiliated to the Society for Risk Management and Regulation in which renowned banks as well as service providers, associations and the State of Hesse are involved. Based at both Frankfurt universities, FIRM promotes research and teaching in the fields of risk management and regulation. Current research projects and their results create the basis for the futureoriented courses! In light of this understanding and given that more research endeavours in the past would probably have helped contain the current crisis, FIRM promotes the implementation of research projects. Risk managers occupy a decisive position in overall bank management. FIRM s Master of Science in Risk Management & Regulation trains risk managers of the future. The programme conveys a comprehensive systematic overview of risk management and provides the basis for assuming an accountable and decision-based top position in risk management. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 104

105 Contact Headquarter Frankfurt am Main Chamber of Commerce and Industry Hans-Joachim Reinhardt Managing Director Börsenplatz Frankfurt am Main Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) As a self-administrative organ of commerce and industry, CCI is able to offer its members a wide spectrum of services: ó advising public authorities and legislative bodies ó preparing expert reports for the courts ó organising initial and continuing commercial and technical training ó individual consultancy work for companies FrankfurtRhineMain is one of the most important international business locations in Europe. The Frankfurt am Main Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) does its best to ensure the success of all companies in this region. More particularly, it is the first port of call for inquiries from foreign investors and business start-ups. Frankfurt am Main CCI is an opinion leader on all economic and business policy issues of its district. With more than 80,000 member companies, it is the independent representative of commerce and industry in the city of Frankfurt am Main, in the Hochtaunus region and in the Main-Taunus region. f Contact Headquarter Fax Frankfurt Economic Development GmbH Peter Kania General Manager Hanauer Landstraße Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) Frankfurt is one of the most important financial centres in the world and continental Europe s main competence centre in the area of money and currency policy. The key players of national and international finance have settled here, creating a unique network of financial services. Its central location, excellent infrastructure with one of the largest airports worldwide, concentration of forward-thinking companies, and international focus make it one of the top choices in Europe to do business successfully. Frankfurt Economic Development GmbH is the advice and service point for business in Frankfurt and for foreign investors. We will support you as you take the necessary steps to open a business in Frankfurt. Regardless of the size of the company or the sector, we offer you quick access to reliable information, the right institutions, and the right contacts. We provide information about the necessary administrative processes to help you gain access to the local markets. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 105

106 Contact Headquarter FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH International Marketing of the Region Dr. Hartmut Schwesinger President & CEO Unterschweinstiege Frankfurt am Main Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) ó We can put you in touch with your preferred location. ó We offer comprehensive advice on setting up a company. ó We provide general information about tax and law. ó We support you in your search for suitable office premises or a corporate site that is tailored to your precise needs. ó We put you in touch with interesting networks. ó We make sure your employees feel at home in our midst. ó We support you all the time. FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH International Marketing of the Region is the marketing organisation for the FrankfurtRhineMain region. The company s mission is to inform foreign companies about the benefits of the region and to attract them to the region, to promote the region s ability to compete at international level, and to strengthen the perception of the region abroad. By setting up FrankfurtRheinMain International Marketing of the Region, the business region can now confidently face up to international competition. FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH International Marketing of the Region supplies comprehensive information on the region and detailed figures on the various industrial sectors to potential investors, coordinates the site selection processes together with local partners, and helps companies to get in touch with the right contacts. fg Contact Headquarter Federal Republic of Germany Finance Agency Christoph Hennemann CEFA Institutional Investors Lurgiallee Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) Market practices: ó Liquidity support ó Market insight ó Broad picture of prevailing market situation ó Cooperation with international banks and investors Debt Management: ó Reaching a target portfolio according to the long term cost and risk preferences of the issuer Bund. ó Structuring the annual issuance calendar and using interest rate swaps. ó Adjusting the funding activities based on macro-economic analysis. The German Finance Agency is the central service provider for the Federal Republic of Germany s borrowing and debt management. Established in September 2000 and based in Frankfurt am Main the company, which is con - trolled by the Federal Ministry of Finance, performs functions in connection with budget and liquidity funding for the Federal German Government. The spectrum of services includes market analysis, models for portfolio management, decision-making options for the business policy, liquidity ma na gement and risk control as well as public and investor relations. The resulting synergies make it possible to achieve sustained improvements in the funding conditions for the Federal Republic of Germany, lower its interest costs in the medium term and optimize the risk structures in its debt portfolio. Since June 2010 the German Finance Agency is mandated by the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) as an agent for its funding management until the foundation of European Stabilization Mechanism (ESM). E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 106

107 Contact Headquarter Fax Ghorfa Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry e.v. Abdulaziz Al-Mikhlafi Secretary General Garnisonkirchplatz 1 D Berlin Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Quick access to decision-makers from industry and politics ó Connecting with matching business partners ó General and business related intercultural consulting ó Promoting member services and products ó Organisation of conferences, delegation visits and further contact platforms ó Early information about projects, tenders and about the latest economic developments The Ghorfa, founded in 1976, operates under the umbrella of the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture for Arab Countries. Our organisation is the only independent and fully legitimised business representative of Arab Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Germany. We work closely with the Arab Embassies in Germany, the Arab League and related governmental bodies in the Arab states as well as with German governmental bodies and the most important German industrial associations. We actively promote and strengthen business relationships and pave the way for stronger business cooperation in the fields of trade, industry, finance and investment between Arab and German business partners. Strategic partnerships based on mutual benefit and understanding create new business opportunities to facilitate economic benefits for both sides. We therefore mainly focus on networking, communication and on providing information about relevant economic and industrial developments. g Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH Contact Headquarter Immanuel Gebhardt Director East Asia and India Dag-Hammarskjöld-Weg Eschborn/Germany +49 (0) (0) Friedrich-Ebert-Allee Bonn/Germany +49 (0) (0) In China we focus on: ó Economic Policy Reform ó Legal Reform ó Financial Sector Reform ó Vocational Education and Training ó Social, Ecological and Safety Standards ó Energy Management ó Environment and Climate Policy ó Sustainability in Urban Areas ó Natural Resource Management The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is owned by the Federal Republic of Germany. Through its operations around the globe, it supports the German Government in the fields of international cooperation for sustainable development and international education. GIZ has been operating in China for almost 30 years. We act on behalf of the German Government implementing Sino-German technical cooperation projects financed by both sides and in the interest of both parties. GIZ provides policy advice on China s reform process to build a transparent, market-based and resource-saving society which strives for a balance between economic growth, social equality and environmental protection. To reach our goals, we cooperate with a variety of stakeholders from both the public and private sector in Germany and China. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 107

108 Contact Headquarter Goethe Business School Jozefina Kontic Head of Executive Education Goethe University House of Finance Grüneburgplatz Frankfurt am Main Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) Management Education ó MBA ó Master Programs ó Executive Education Sited in the heart of one of the world s leading financial centers, Goethe Business School (GBS) is the center for high-quality management education at Goethe University in Frankfurt. GBS s unique teaching philosophy combines world-leading research and tuition, outstanding study resources, active networking and hands-on learning in an environment that is at once challenging and supportive. We seek to provide the stimuli and new perspectives that Executives need in order to achieve meaningful and lasting change to develop new competences and leadership abilities. Our aim is to give Executives flexibility and space to develop in a uniquely rich and productive learning environment in an atmosphere of complete intellectual freedom. gh Contact Headquarter Fax Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thueringen Wolfgang Kuss Press Officer Neue Mainzer Straße Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) Helaba s strategic business model is based on three corporate units ó Wholesale Business ó Private Customers and SME Business ó Public Development and Infrastructure Business In the framework of its multiple brand strategy, the Bank is also active in the market through its domestic and inter national subsidiaries, and also its affiliated companies. Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thueringen, with its total assets of about 166 billion and more than 6,000 employees, is one of the leading banks in the Frankfurt financial centre. Through its twin corporate headquarters sites in both the Rhine-Main region and Erfurt, it is deeply rooted in one of the strongest European growth areas. Through its branches in Dublin, Paris, London and New York, as well as its representative offices in Madrid, Moscow and Shanghai, it is present in important international economic locations. As before, Helaba has been given good and unchanged ratings. From the rating agency Moody s it has an unguaranteed rating of»aa2«, from Fitch an»a+«s-group rating, and from Standard & Poor s, an»a«rating. In addition, it has obtained the»aaa«rating for its Public Pfandbriefe as well as firstclass short-term ratings. Owners of Helaba are the State of Hesse (10%), the State of Thuringia (5%) and the Sparkassen- und Giroverband Hessen-Thueringen (85%). E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 108

109 Contact Headquarter Dr. Stephan Bredt Abteilungsleiter Wirtschaftsordnung, Finanzdienstleistungen, Börsen Hessisches Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Verkehr und Landesentwicklung Kaiser-Friedrich-Ring Wiesbaden Germany +49 (0) there is no way around us.«that is the strapline of the federal state s image campaign. It presents the variety of people and cultures in our state and highlights its economic strength. In the centre of Germany, knowledge, transport links and finance come together creating the fertile soil for innovation and economic growth. The State of Hessen is proud to welcome and support the 14. Euro Finance Week in Frankfurt, one of the leading financial capitals of the world, home of EIOPA, ESRB, the German Stock Exchange and over 300 banks. After successful conferences in 2009 and 2010 The International Finance Corporation of the World Bank Group with financial support of the State of Hessen is hosting the third Conference complementing the Euro Finance Week and contributing to the intensive exchange of ideas and concepts between participants. h Contact Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, Berlin (HKETO, Berlin) The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Nancy Tsui Commercial and Public Relations Officer Headquarter Fax Jägerstraße Berlin Germany +49 (0) (0) The HKETO, Berlin assists persons or companies interested in establishing connections and strengthening ties with Hong Kong, and those investing in Hong Kong or in the mainland of China and other parts of Asia through Hong Kong, by providing comprehensive support and practical assistance. To promote Hong Kong's trade inter - ests and overall image, the HKETO, Berlin also organises and sponsors trade-related and public relations activities from time to time in major cities across the region. The HKETO, Berlin is the official HKSAR Government representative in commercial relations as well as other bilateral economic and trade matters in eight central and eastern European countries including Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, the Slovak Republic, and Slovenia and Switzerland. In recognition of the special status of Hong Kong as a Special Administrative Region of the People s Republic of China under the»one Country, Two Systems«principle, the Bundesrat of the Federal Republic of Germany passed an ordinance in February 2009 to grant the HKETO, Berlin the rights of privileges and immunities of a diplomatic representation. In promoting Hong Kong's trade and economic interests, the HKETO, Berlin also explains the HKSAR Government's policies to counterparts and interlocutors in the region including those in governments, parliaments and the business sector, as well as enhancing mutual understanding among opinionformers, politicians, academia and the media. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 109

110 Contact Headquarter Horváth & Partners Management Consultants Rainer M. Zierhofer Partner, Head of Frankfurt Office, Competence Center Financial Industries Mainzer Landstraße 41 D Frankfurt am Main Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) Integrated performance improvement in the following areas: ó Strategic Excellence ó Sales Performance Excellence ó Operational Excellence ó Control and Finance Excellence ó CIO Advisory and Project Services Horváth & Partners is an independent, international management consultancy headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. As»Performance Architects«, we help our clients to sustainably improve their performance in the fields of Strategy and Innovation, Process and Organization, and Control and Finance. We accompany our clients through the entire process, from developing the business concept through realization to anchoring into their organizational structures in Europe and in other important economic regions across the world. Alongside professional success, we believe in fair and team-oriented cooperation and the spirit of partnership. Our industry practice Financial Industries is serving the banking sector, insurance companies and financial services providers in order to enhance strategic excellence, sales performance excellence, operational excellence and control and finance excellence. Among our clients are globally acting banks and insurance companies as well as mid-sized institutes with regional focus. hi IBF International Bankers Forum e.v. Contact Christine Hahn Headquarter Fax Wiesenau Frankfurt am Main Germany 49 (0) (0) ó IBF is represented in all German financial centres: Berlin, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Munich and Stuttgart with in total some 100 events yearly. ó The IBF board and the regional IBF units entail some of the top names in German banking. The International Bankers Forum is the largest privately initiated bankers association in Germany. Some bankers as well as 50 banks and com panies as members have developed a unique, unrivalled and genuine network. The IBF platform brings together the competitors across all three pillars of the German banking system, their opposite numbers from the corpo rate sector as well as top politicians, supervisors, central bankers and diplomats discussing topics of common concern. Especially the membership of the European Central Bank and the Deutsche Bundesbank underlines IBF s neutral and acklowledged position in financial communication. In international conferences IBF is the floor for leaders and experts from other European financial markets and the US to discuss top ranked financial issues. The IBF has developed its USP in personal communication, face to face, one on one. Its community gets together on a string of meetings some 100 each year in all formats: major conferences, briefings, round tables, off-sites, working luncheons, presentations as well as regular jours fixe. In 2011, the International Bankers Forum celebrates its 25 th anniversary with its members, friends and supporters. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 110

111 Contact Headquarter IBM Deutschland GmbH Bernhard Strauss IBM Marketing FS Banking IBM-Allee Ehningen Germany +49 (0) ó IBM and Partner supply clients with a complete range of innova tive information technology products, from hardware, software and services to complex application solutions, outsourcing projects and financing. With progressive solutions, IBM prepares its customers for future challenges and quickly changing market requirements. IBM is one of the largest providers of information technology (IT services, hardware and software) and B2B solutions. The company has more than 420,000 employees worldwide and operates in more than 170 countries. With considerable investment into employee development and research & development IBM continues to set the pace for creating new technologies and solutions. The origins of IBM lie in both the US and Germany. In 1896, the German- American Hermann Hollerith, the inventor of the punch card machine, founded the Tabulating Machine Company. After mergers with other companies, the result in 1911 was the Computing Tabulating Recording Company (CTR), headquartered in New York. Thomas J. Watson Sr. took over management of this company in 1914 and in 1924 he changed the name from CTR to International Business Machines Corporation (IBM). The company came to Germany in Founded as DEHOMAG (Deutsche Hollerith-Maschinen Gesellschaft mbh), it became Internationale Büro-Maschinen Gesellschaft (IBM) in 1949 and in 1971 it was renamed IBM Deutschland GmbH. With the realignment according to core competencies, IBM in Germany is positioning itself still more clearly as a globally integrated company with a long-term and sustainable growth model. i Contact Headquarter ICBC Financial Leasing CO., LTD. Mr. Liu Jiang Vice President Financing Department 10/F, Bank of Beijing Building 17(C) Jinrong Street Xicheng District Beijing China Fax +86 (10) (10) Equipment financing, such as: ó Aircraft Leasing ó Ship Leasing ó Urban Light Rail Leasing ó Power Equipment Leasing ó IT Equipment Leasing ó Vendor Leasing ó Construction Equipment Leasing ICBC Leasing is the biggest leasing company in China. Headquartered in Tianjin, ICBC Leasing provides all kinds of equipment financing to customers, such as aircraft leasing, ship leasing, urban light rail leasing, and IT equipment leasing etc. Its asset portfolio has exceeded RMB70 billion by the first half of 2011, including 68 aircrafts, 152 ships and many sets of big-ticket equipments, with a market share of nearly 17%. As a pioneer and market leader, ICBC Leasing creates a series of breakthroughs in China s leasing industry: the Tianjin SPV aircraft leasing, the 42 A320 aircraft purchase agreement with Airbus, the first RMB settlement leasing project, and the first intermediary leasing project, etc. As the wholly owned subsidiary of ICBC, ICBC Leasing has benefit from the brand reputation, the customer resource and the global network of its parent company, and now speeds up globalization of its business, with an arm set up in Ireland named ICBC International Leasing. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 111

112 International Finance Corporation Contact IFC Corporate Relations Headquarter Fax 2121 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC USA IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on the private sector. We help developing countries achieve sustainable growth by financing investment, providing advisory services to businesses and governments, and mobilizing capital in the international financial markets. In fiscal 2011, amid economic uncertainty across the globe, we helped our clients create jobs, strengthen environmental perfor - mance, and contribute to their local communities all while driving our investments to an all-time high of nearly $19 billion. IFC is guided by five strategic priorities: ó Focusing on»frontier«markets the poorest countries or poor regions in middle income countries, and fragile and conflict affected states. ó Building long term relationships with firms in developing countries, using all of IFC s products and services and assisting cross-border growth. ó Mitigating climate change, and assuring environmental and social sustainability. ó Promoting private sector growth in infrastructure, health and education, and the food supply chain. ó Developing local financial markets through institution building, innovative financial products and mobilization of funds, with a focus on smaller enterprises. i Contact Headquarter Fax IND Group Roland Pecsenye Chairman & CEO Industriestraße Stuttgart Germany +49 (0) (0) IND Group is a leading innovator of online and mobile banking solution with usability by design and integrated multi-channel approach. ó Internet Internet Banking Brokerage Personal Finance Manager Portfolio Analysis Online Sales ó Mobile Smartphone Banking Mobile Java Mobile Mobile Trading IND Group is a leading developer and provider of online and mobile banking products on the European e-finance market. Through quality and innovation, we are proud to offer our innovative products to more and more satisfied customers around the world. Our products incorporate the most innovative technologies available in order to provide the best customer experience with ease of access and high security, while giving users up-to-date and sophisticated functions in modern banking. Since IND Group s inception in 1997, the company has expanded not only in Europe, but in the Middle- Eastern region as well, currently providing state-of-the-art technology for 25 banks in more than 15 countries on three continents. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 112

113 Contact Headquarter Dr. Richter IQF Institut für Qualitätssicherung und Prüfung von Finanzdienstleistungen GmbH Dr. Jörg Richter, CFP, CEP, CFEP CEO Ferdinandstraße Hannover Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) ó research ó consulting and training branch: ó private banking ó wealth management Dr. Richter I IQF is specialized in private banking & wealth management. IQF has the following business units: ó research: We test more than 100 banks and asset manager every year by mystery shopping and other test methods. Dr. Richter IQF is partner of the»private Banking Prüfinstanz«(Verlag Fuchsbriefe & IQF). ó consulting: We advise and support executives of private banking & wealth management units in essential questions of business development and management. ó training: We develop and offer special training for private banking & wealth mana ge - ment advisers. il Headquarter Fax L-Bank Schlossplatz Karlsruhe Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Financing of start-ups and medium-sized enterprises ó Infrastructure financing ó Financial assistance ó SME funds ó Business location development ó Financing for housing construction ó Financial support for families ó Financing for environmental and climate conservation As the official bank of the state, L-Bank supports families, businesses and communities in Baden-Württemberg. Its broad spectrum of development activities promotes growth and aims to strengthen Baden-Württemberg s economy. It supports the capacity and social structure through a variety of programs. One of the core missions of L-Bank is to secure and enhance the small and medium-sized enterprise sector of the state s economy. In fulfilling its mission, L-Bank utilizes financing instruments commonly used in banking. It grants loans, subsidies and other financial assistance, assumes guarantees and takes shareholdings. The funds employed come from programs of the state, the federal government, the European Union and L-Bank itself. In its lending activities, L-Bank works as a partner with other financial institutions. By virtue of its function as guarantor, the State of Baden- Württemberg, the Bank s owner, ensures excellent positioning in the money and capital markets. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 113

114 Contact Headquarter Fax Lünendonk GmbH Jörg Hossenfelder Managing Director and Partner Ringweg Kaufbeuren Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Strategic Data Research (SDR) Studies Rankings Benchmarks ó Strategic Roadmap Requirements (SRR) Lectures Workshops ó Strategic Transformation Services (STS) Marketing Communications & Sales Support Publications, Consulting Lünendonk GmbH provides fact finding and consulting services to companies in IT, consulting and service provider sectors anywhere in Europe. The Lünendonk Competence 3 concept offers independent one-stop market research, market analysis and market consulting. Since 1983, the Market Analysis Department has handled the Lünendonk Lists and Studies, which are seen as a market barometer, as well as the entire market monitoring programme. The Lünendonk Studies are part of»strategic Data Research«(SDR) within the service portfolio of Lünendonk GmbH. In combination with the services contained in the portfolio elements»strategic Roadmap Requirements«(SRR) and»strategic Transformation Services«(STS), Lünendonk is able to support its clients from start to finish: from developing the strategic questions to obtaining and analysing the necessary information right to the point of activating the results in the operational day-to-day business. lm MaschmeyerRürup AG Contact Headquarter Fax Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. Bert Rürup Member of the Managing Board Hindenburgstraße Hannover Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Bundling economic expertise with long-term successful entrepreneurship ó Independent consultancy tailored to the needs of clients ó Distribution and sales knowledge ó Detailed market analyses ó Development of growth strategies ó Support in developing innovative marketing and sales strategies ó Evaluation and design of financial products and insurance solutions ó Detailed macroeconomic analyses MaschmeyerRürup AG offers high quality expertise to decision-makers in german and international enterprises mainly of the insurance and banking sector as well as government institutions. As an independent company, MaschmeyerRürup AG with a small team of highly qualified experts including the former minister for social affairs, Walter Riester, analyses the macroeconomic environment and develops on the basis of detailed market analyses growth strategies, marketing and sales strategies for insurances as well as financial products with a focus in the areas of private and occupational pensions and health insurance tailored to the needs of our clients. What MaschmeyerRürup AG sets apart is the different professional bakkgrounds of its two founders, Dr. h.c. Carsten Maschmeyer and Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. Bert Rürup. Hardly any other consulting company is able to offer the comprehensive advisory competency we do by bundling broad economic expertise with long-term successful entrepreneurship. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 114

115 Contact Headquarter Fax NATIONAL-BANK AG Dr. Gregor Stricker Head of Communication Theaterplatz Essen Germany +49 (0) (0) ó NATIONAL-BANK strong in North Rhine-Westphalia ó Corporate Finance ó Asset Management ó Wealth Management ó Private Banking ó Consumer Banking NATIONAL-BANK Aktiengesellschaft is one of the leading private regional banks in Germany. Its target groups comprise demanding corporate and private clients. Its home market is North Rhine-Westphalia, one of the economic strongest federal states of Germany. Here, the bank has a franchise of 25 branches. NATIONAL-BANK s business model is purely customer driven and regionally focussed. The bank serves corporate and private clients. Private (55%) and institutional (45 %) investors constitute its shareholder base. Biggest shareholder is SIGNAL IDUNA Group with a holding of approximately 33 %. The bank favours no public listing. The share price performance of NATIONAL-BANK proves the attractiveness of its business model. Comparing the indexed performance, the CDAX Banks has lost 53 % of its value over the last 10 years. In contrast to that, NATIONAL-BANK share price has climbed by more than 51 % over that time. no ORACLE Deutschland GmbH Hauptverwaltung und Geschäftsstelle München Headquarter Fax Riesstraße 25 D München Germany +49 (0) (0) Oracle Analytical Applications for ó Identifying existing and emerging risks ó Optimizing capital adequacy across risk types ó Enabling a risk adjusted view of performance ó Reducing reputational and compliance risk ó Gaining efficiencies through a unified Analytical platform Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking for ó Transaction Processing ó Virtual and Mobile Banking ó Wealth Management ó Exposure Management Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL) is the world s largest business software company. For! more than 30 years, Oracle has helped customers get up-to date and accurate information from their business. Oracle s vision is to enable financial institutions to excel through the effective use of information technology and help them build a bank of the future. Oracle has been delivering success for its customers by helping them redefine their business, set new standards and achieve their strategic objectives to attract and engage customers, integrate risk and finance, transform business processes, simplify infrastructure and optimize corporate operations. Increased regulatory pressures. Complex global operations. Rising demand for innovative customer service. To meet all your business challenges, Oracle for Financial Services delivers a powerful combination! of technology and comprehensive, pre-integrated business applications, including key functionality built specifically for banking and capital markets organizations. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 115

116 Contact Headquarter Ost-Ausschuss der Deutschen Wirtschaft Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations Dr. Christiane Schuchart Geschäftsführung Breite Straße Berlin Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) ó A network of contacts to the governments and business representations both in Germany and in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, South-East Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia ó Coordination of the institutionalized dialogue between the governments ó Current information on economic developments in the target countries ó Business delegations, conferen - ces and seminars with highranking government representatives and entrepreneurs The Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations is a joint organisation of the leading associations representing Germany business. It is an intermediary between business and policy-makers in Germany and Central and Eastern Europe. Membership of the Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations is open to companies with interests in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, South-East Europe, the Caucasian Republics and Central Asia. The Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations represents and pools the interests of German business in Germany and in the above countries. It promotes German companies involvement in trade, industry, investment and the services sector in the target countries. The Committee supports and strengthens the growing economic ties with these countries and regions. Working groups of the Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations are Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Republics of Central Asia, Caucasian Republics, Romania, Bulgaria, South-East Europe, Agriculture, issues relating to financing, consulting and contracts, information technology and telecommunications. op Contact Headquarter Fax Promontory Financial Group Alberto Corinti Director Business Club Avenue Louise Brussels, 4th Floor Brussels, Belgium In insurance sector Promontory provides a wide range of assistance in: ó regulatory intelligence ó strategic advice ó regulatory and compliance issues ó risk management and internal control ó Solvency II implementation ó compliance frameworks and functions ó underwriting and reinsurance strategy ó pricing and reserve methodology ó governance framework ó living wills Promontory is a leading strategy, risk management and regulatory compliance consulting firm focusing primarily on the financial services industry. Led by Eugene A. Ludwig, former U.S. Comptroller of the Currency, our professionals have deep and varied expertise gained through decades of experience as senior leaders of regulatory bodies, financial institutions and Fortune 100 corporations. Promontory excels at helping financial companies grapple with and resolve critical issues, particularly those with a regulatory dimension. Promontory professionals have unparalleled regulatory credibility and insight. We resolve challenging issues in banking, insurance, securities, commodities, financial instruments, and markets. We help entities understand and implement global and national financial services regulatory directives. From fourteen offices in North America, Europe, Asia, Australasia, and the Middle East, our professionals assist clients in more than 50 countries on six continents. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 116

117 Contact Headquarter Fax Raiffeisen Bank International AG Michael Palzer Head of PR, Marketing and Event Management Am Stadtpark 9 A-1030 Vienna Austria +43 (1) (1) Financial services sector ó Financing ó Investing ó Trade and Export Finance ó Investment Banking ó Cash Management ó Custody and Fund Services Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI) regards both Austria, where it is a leading corporate and investment bank, and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as its home market. In CEE, RBI operates an extensive network of subsidiary banks, leasing companies and a range of other specialised financial service providers in 17 markets. Around 60,000 employees service about 13.5 million customers through around 3,000 business outlets in the region. RBI is the only Austrian bank with a presence in both the world s financial centres and in Asia, the group's further geographical area of focus. RBI has been operating a representative office in Frankfurt since r Contact Headquarter Fax RiskNET GmbH The Risk Management Network Frank Romeike Managing Partner Ganghoferstraße 43b Brannenburg/Wendelstein Germany +49 (0) (0) Risk Management portal, network and information source ó RiskNEWS, daily news on Risk Management ó RiskNET elibrary, more than articles ó RiskAcademy, E-Learning/ Blended Learning ó RiskJOBS, online talent network for risk management professionals ó RiskNETwork, networking for risk management professionals ó RiskNET conferences and seminars ó RiskNET publications Risk and uncertainty are part of our life. Risk is everywhere. Its presence is felt in every facet of our personal and business lives today. Risk cannot be fully avoided and should not be avoided. It must be managed. We don t grow unless we take risks. For most of us, the unknown the element of risk adds spice and excitement to our lives. RiskNET is a unique resource dedicated to anyone who needs to manage risk. RiskNET is the leading Risk Management portal and information source in the DACH-region. RiskNET was launched in Today around 240,000 risk management professionals are visiting RiskNET (1,400,000 page views/ month). RiskNET was conceived and created 1998 to collect information on the latest developments in Risk Management for scientists and Risk Managers. With the encouragement of site users and authors, the site has grown dramatically in depth and scope, now serving as a resource for the community of individuals interested in Risk Management. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 117

118 Contact Headquarter Robeco Ingo Ahrens Geschäftsführer Country Head Germany Götz Feldmann Geschäftsführer Head of institutional Sales Taunusanlage Frankfurt Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) ó Equity-, Money Market- and Fixed Income portfolios ó Minimum Variance Strategies/ Conservative Equities ó Focus Sustainable Investing, Sector funds/esg-overlay ó Voting & Engagement Services ó Focus on Quantitative Investment Strategies ó Duration Overlay ó Outsourcing- and Advisory Mandates ó Alternative Investments et al.: CTA/Managed Futures Clean Tech Private Equity Robeco, established in Rotterdam in 1929, offers investment products and services to institutional and private investors worldwide. It has EUR 150 billion in assets under management (31 July 2011). Robeco advocates responsible investing. Environmental, social and governance factors (ESG) are integrated into the investment processes, and there is an exclusion policy in place. The product range encompasses equity and fixed-income investments, moneymarket funds and alternative investments, including private equity and structured products with a strong focus on quantitative investment strategies. To service institutional and business clients, Robeco has offices in 15 countries worldwide including Bahrain, Greater China, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland and the United States. Robeco is part of Rabobank Group, one of the few privately owned banks in the world with the highest credit ratings from Moody s and Standard & Poor s. Within the banking sector, Rabobank is one of the global leaders in terms of corporate social responsibility and sustainability. r Contact Headquarter Roland Berger Strategy Consultants Dr. Udo Bröskamp Global Head Financial Services Bockenheimer Landstraße 2-8 OpernTurm Frankfurt am Main Germany Fax ó +49 (0) (0) Roland Berger Strategy Consultants advises major international industry and service companies as well as public institutions. Our services cover all issues of strategic management from strategy alignment and new busi ness models, processes and organizational structures, to technology strategies. Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, founded in 1967, is one of the world s leading strategy consultancies. With over 2,000 employees working in 43 offices in 31 countries worldwide, we have successful operations in all major international markets. Roland Berger is an independent partnership owned by more than 200 Partners. Its global Competence Centers specialize in specific industries or functional issues. We handpick interdisciplinary teams from these Competence Centers to devise tailor-made solutions. At our global Financial Services CC, a dedicated team of experts bundles our expertise on the financial services market. Our comprehensive knowledge is based on numerous projects for all three pillars of the German banking market, various life and non-life insurance companies as well as other financial services providers. The Financial Services CC provides comprehensive support for its clients to ensure sustainable corporate success. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 118

119 Contact Headquarter Fax Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie. AG & Co. KGaA Markus Bohn Press Relations Officer Unter Sachsenhausen Cologne Germany +49 (0) (0) ó Private asset management ó Institutional asset management ó Mutual funds ó Corporates ó Credit institutions ó Custodian bank ó Estate planning ó Family Office and foundations ó Institutional funds ó Insurance companies ó Investment ó Investment consultants ó Non-profit organisations ó Pensions ó Portfolio management ó Structured financing Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie. was founded in As an integrated asset mana - gement bank, we provide solutions for high-net-worth private clients and families, institutional investors and the fund business. We stand for independent advice, continuity and experience, and our business activities are based on the principle of partnership. In asset management we support high-net-worth private clients and families, as well as institutional investors such as churches, associations and companies. We offer a unique investment process which caters to private and institutional requirements alike. Our investment recommendations are tailored to the particular needs of our clients. s Sberbank of Russia Contact Headquarter Fax Vladimir P. Matveev Representative of Sberbank in Germany Vavilova St Moscow Russia +49 (0) (0) Sberbank provides a wide range of banking services and products, including ó Corporate/Retail lending ó Corporate/Retail deposit operations ó Bank cards ó Cash and settlement services ó Trade and export finance ó Private banking ó Financial markets operations Sberbank of Russia is the largest bank in Russia, accounting for about 27% of the aggregate Russian banking assets and employing about 240,000 people. Sberbank s founder and major shareholder is the Bank of Russia holding over 60% of voting shares. The bank s other shareholders comprise more than 245,000 legal entities and individuals. The bank has the largest countrywide branch network with 17 regional head offices and more than 19,000 outlets as well as subsidiary banks in Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Belarus, a branch in India and representative offices in Germany and China. Approved in October 2008, the Development Strategy of Sberbank till 2014 is aimed at developing enormous potential of the bank and making it even more competitive. As part of this task Sberbank shall develop its international business primarily in the CIS and CEE countries in order to strengthen its position of a leading financial institution in the Central and Eastern Europe and one of the top banks of the world. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 119

120 Contact Headquarter Fax Schlange & Co. GmbH Joachim Schlange Managing Director Pelzerstraße Hamburg Germany +49 (0) (0) Consulting services in Corporate Responsibility ó Strategy and Organization ó Stakeholder Management ó Supply Chain Management ó Code-of-Conduct ó Corporate Citizenship ó Marketing, Communication and Reporting ó Enablon CR software Schlange & Co. is a Hamburg based consultancy focussing on Corporate Responsibility issues. We assist listed and privately owned companies, public sector organizations and NGO s in ó developing strategies, incl. corporate citizenship ó establishing a viable stakeholder dialogue ó designing of organizational structure and reporting line ó preparing and implementing a Code-of-Conduct ó management of CR-risks in the supply chain ó reporting client oriented to different stakeholders, in particular to the financial sector ó outsourcing of CR functions ó distribution, implementation and servicing of Enablon CR software Our client base includes names like BASF, Beiersdorf, BMW Group, Bombardier, Federal German Government, Miele, RWE and Vodafone. s Scottish Development International (SDI) Contact Headquarter Sarah Lord Regional Manager, Central Europe Kasernenstraße Düsseldorf Germany Fax +49 (0) (0) Scottish Development International (SDI) opens the door to business opportunities in Scotland. In addition to supporting Scottish firms to enter international markets, SDI helps foreign companies to: ó establish subsidiaries in Scotland ó enter partnerships with Scottish organisations ó secure financial support ó find appropriate premises and staff Scottish Development International (SDI) is the international arm of Scotland s economic development agency. We are a Scottish Government agency responsible for Trade and Investment. A key part of our role is to support international companies to locate and grow in Scotland. Scotland is one of Europe's leading financial centres and is internationally recognised for its strengths in banking, life assurance, pensions, investment management and asset servicing. The financial services industry is one of the most important in Scotland s economy, employing 96,000 people. With its legacy of long-standing indigenous financial services institutions sitting alongside a range of international financial services businesses, Scotland is of strategic importance to a range of successful global financial services companies. E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 120

121 Contact Headquarter Fax SEB Asset Management Christian Hanke Head of Sales Institutional Clients Real Estate Rotfeder-Ring Frankfurt am Main Germany +49 (0) (0) SEB Asset Management Germany offers real estate and securities investments, specialize in total return strategies. Our offering contains: ó Real estate ó Fixed Income ó Equities ó Multi-Asset SEB Asset Management (SEB AM), Frankfurt, is the SEB Group s specialist investment house in Germany for actively managed securities and real estate investment funds. As part of the Group s Wealth Management division, which comprises over employees and has SEK 1,298 billion (around EUR 142 bn) in assets under management, SEB AM offers global expertise in traditional and innovative asset classes and various investment styles. In Germany, the fund management company has a clearly structured offering comprising mutual and special funds complemented by client-specific investment solutions and asset management mandates. As part of SEB s international network, SEB AM has positioned itself as a specialist for global real estate management and risk-adjusted investment concepts for European bonds, multi-asset strategies and European value shares. And is accessible via: ó mutual funds ó»spezialfonds«ó advisory and individualized solutions st TARGOBANK AG & Co. KGaA Contact Headquarter Fax Adib Sisani Press spokesman Kasernenstraße Düsseldorf Germany +49 (0) (0) Wide financial services in retail banking: ó Consumer Finance ó Accounts & Cards ó Savings & Investment ó Protection & Insurance ó Wealth Management TARGOBANK AG & Co. KGaA is one of the leading retail banks in Germany. Our 6,500 employees serve 3.3 million customers all across Germany with an emphasis on comprehensive advisory and simple products. To be easily available to its clients, TARGOBANK operates over 300 branches in over 200 German cities, offers mobile customer service seven days a week, and is available by phone 24/7. With our multi-channel distribution strategy we combine the efficiency of a direct bank with the expertise and excellent service of a traditional branch bank. We look back on over 80 years of experience in retail banking in the German market. We are leading in consumer credits and are one of the largest credit card issuers in Germany. As a subsidiary of the cooperative Crédit Mutuel Group, one of the largest and financially strongest banks in Europe, we are a reliable and solid partner to our customers. TARGOBANK (formerly Citibank) has been part of Crédit Mutuel since December E F W C o m p a n y P r o f i l e s 121

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