Change in the Board of the net-m privatbank 1891 AG

(PresseBox) (Dusseldorf, ) The net-m privatbank 1891 AG is implementing the planned successor for Christoph Böckle on 1 April 2014. Christoph Böckle has transformed the bank over five years from a regionally active private bank into a leading provider of payment services. In addition to expanding the sectors Credit Card Acquiring and White Label Banking, Mr Böckle has especially promoted the area of billing and payment.

Christoph Böckle has stepped down from the company at his own request. The Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Mr Hiroyuki Sato, thanked Mr Böckle for his hard work over the years and wishes him all the best for his private and business future.

Christoph Böckle's successor is Mr Jürgen Ender, who brings with him a breadth of experience, particularly in billing and instalment purchasing, and who will continue to expand these segments even further. Mr Ender has not only many years of banking experience but also international experience. The Supervisory Board and the staff look forward to a good working relationship and a continuing successful future.

About net-m privatbank 1891 AG

The net-m privatbank 1891 is one of the oldest private banks in Germany and was founded in the 19th century. The publicly quoted company worked exclusively as a regional universal bank until 1999. Since 2012 the bank is a 100% owned subsidiary of the Japanese NTT DOCOMO Group and has set a course on the national and international payments market with approximately 25 employees at two locations in Germany. The product range is diverse: in addition to traditional banking products for consumers, the net-m privatbank 1891 AG also acts as an acquiring bank for credit cards, provides billing and instalment purchase and mobile payment solutions in the international dealer sector.


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