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Stephan Leithner has been appointed as Member of the Executive Board of Deutsche Börse Group at the beginning of July 2018. He is responsible for the Group’s post trading business (Clearstream), together with the data and index business.
Stephan Leithner served as a Partner of the leading alternative investments firm EQT since 2016. Previously, he acted as a Member of the Management Board of Deutsche Bank AG from 2012 until 2015, where he had held a number of leadership positions in Global Banking since 2000. Further work stations include McKinsey & Company as well as the Swiss Institute for Banking and Finance in St. Gallen, Switzerland.
He holds a PhD in Finance and a Master in Business Administration from University of St. Gallen.
Holger Wohlenberg became Managing Director of Deutsche Börse in July 2004. He is responsible for the Group’s Market Data + Services business.
Dr. Wohlenberg joined from Deutsche Bank where he headed Technology Investment Banking.
He began his career at McKinsey & Company where he was focused on advising technology, network and media clients. He was elected Partner in 1997.
Dr. Wohlenberg received a PhD degree in Business Administration, major in Information and Communication Economics, from the University of Munich.
Dr. Wohlenberg is chairman of STOXX Ltd.
Matteo Andreetto is Head of Index Services at Deutsche Börse Group and CEO of STOXX Ltd. This role includes responsibility for the STOXX and DAX indices and serving issuers who use indices as underlyings or benchmarks for financial products.
Before, Mr. Andreetto was Global Head of Sales at STOXX Ltd. In this role he was responsible for coordinating STOXX’s sales activities globally across the sell and buy-side, and the strategic positioning of the integrated index families of STOXX Ltd., as well as the indices of Deutsche Börse AG and SIX Swiss Exchange AG.
In his previous roles at various banks, Matteo was working closely with and servicing buy-side clients, which gives him the experience and network that is needed to further expand the index business towards the buy-side.
Matteo holds a degree in economics and quantitative finance from Bocconi University. He is also an executive graduate in strategic negotiation and corporate finance of Harvard Business School.
Hartmut Graf became Head of Data Services in March 2016. The department runs the Group’s data dissemination business and focuses on continuous product development and enhancement. Hartmut Graf also acts as deputy head of Market Data + Services.
From 2004 to 2016, Mr. Graf led Deutsche Börse Group’s index business, from 2010 onwards as CEO of STOXX. Under his leadership, the business advanced from a provider of local blue-chip indices to a global index provider recognised for its market leading product innovation.
Before joining Deutsche Börse Group, Mr. Graf spent four years at Roland Berger, consulting clients from the financial services industry. He started his career in product management and research in the fixed income department in the investment banking division of Commerzbank.
Mr. Graf holds a Ph.D. in theoretical physics and an Executive MBA from Stanford.
Georg Groß is responsible for Regulatory Services, a focal point of growth for Deutsche Börse Group. Regulatory Services offers reporting solutions to help clients meet current and future regulatory obligations. As a separate department it has been integrating all related services to financial markets regulation within Market Data + Services since March 2016.
Georg Groß has successfully built up Deutsche Börse Group’s market data business. He has a broad market network as well as extensive experience in the area of processing, distribution and marketing of capital markets data to lead this new department.
He started his career at DTB Deutsche Terminbörse in 1990 where he held various positions covering product development, strategic marketing and sales. When he joined Deutsche Börse AG in 1994, he was initially responsible for the benchmark products sales activities before he was appointed Head of Information in 1997. As an Executive Committee Member of the Financial Information Services Division (FISD) of the U.S. Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA), Mr. Gross actively works to address and resolve issues related to the dissemination, management, administration and use of financial information.