3 April 2023
On April 1, 2023, Ulrike Modersohn will become the general manager of LBBW Asset Management Investmentgesellschaft mbH, a 100 percent subsidiary of LBBW. She comes from MSCI Inc., where she was most recently Managing Director for the DA-CH region. In her new position, she will be responsible for the newly created area of responsibility for relationship management.
“Due to her many years of activity in responsible positions, Ms. Modersohn not only has excellent technical and market knowledge. She also brings extensive sales experience and know-how in strategy development and implementation. We are pleased that she will now contribute all of this to the operational and strategic development of LBBW Asset Management,” says Dr. Christian Ricken, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of LBBW Asset Management and Board Member for Capital Markets at LBBW.
Born in Böblingen, she started her career as a junior consultant at IBM Germany after studying economics at the University of Hohenheim. In 1995 she moved to Deutsche Bank in Stuttgart as a trainee. Most recently, in 2000, she was Group Manager for Sales Strategy and Principles at Deutsche Bank’s Private Banking Headquarters in Frankfurt. From December 2000, Ulrike Modersohn worked in various management positions in sales and corporate development at MSCI Inc. in Frankfurt. Most recently, she worked there as country manager DA-CH and as senior account manager as part of an international management team for the C-level relationship management of strategically important customers.
At LBBW Asset Management, Ulrike Modersohn complements the company’s management team, which previously included Uwe Adamla, CEO, and the two managing directors Dr. Dirk Franz and Dr. Bernhard Scherer and the general representatives Hans-Henning Brand and Christophe Frisch. LBBW as a shareholder has decided that Ulrike Modersohn should move up to the management of LBBW Asset Management in the foreseeable future.Source: LBBW
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