BNY Mellon recruits Stephan Koschmieder
June 14, 2018

BNY Mellon announced today that Stephan Koschmieder has joined it as Head of Business Development for the Germany, Austria and CEE region, a newly created role.

Frankfurt-based Koschmieder will focus primarily on growing BNY Mellon's custody, depositary and fund accounting services, reporting to Dennis Presburg, Head of Asset Servicing Business Development for Northern Europe.

"Stephan has a strong track record working with banks and other institutional investors in Germany, Austria and other central and eastern European markets," said Presburg. "His appointment underscores our commitment to providing an exceptional client experience and supports our growth ambitions across the region. The German market is a key strategic priority for BNY Mellon and we are committed to adding local strength and long-term stability to our client-facing team in Germany."

BNY Mellon says that prior to 11 years at Euroclear, where he was Director and Unit Head, Sales and Relationship Management, Koschmieder had client development roles with financial software companies such as CQG and GL Trade, as well as with Standard & Poor's Investor Services in the area of financial advisory and portfolio management.

The appointment follows the recent announcement of Katherine Starks joining BNY Mellon as head of its asset servicing business in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and CEE region.





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BNY Mellon announced today that Stephan Koschmieder has joined it as Head of Business Development for the Germany, Austria and CEE region, a newly created role.

Frankfurt-based Koschmieder will focus primarily on growing BNY Mellon's custody, depositary and fund accounting services, reporting to Dennis Presburg, Head of Asset Servicing Business Development for Northern Europe.

"Stephan has a strong track record working with banks and other institutional investors in Germany, Austria and other central and eastern European markets," said Presburg. "His appointment underscores our commitment to providing an exceptional client experience and supports our growth ambitions across the region. The German market is a key strategic priority for BNY Mellon and we are committed to adding local strength and long-term stability to our client-facing team in Germany."

BNY Mellon says that prior to 11 years at Euroclear, where he was Director and Unit Head, Sales and Relationship Management, Koschmieder had client development roles with financial software companies such as CQG and GL Trade, as well as with Standard & Poor's Investor Services in the area of financial advisory and portfolio management.

The appointment follows the recent announcement of Katherine Starks joining BNY Mellon as head of its asset servicing business in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and CEE region.



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