- Pressemitteilung BoxID 152344
Christoph Raninger as new Head of Financial Markets and Management Board Member of BAWAG P.S.K.
He succeeds Carsten Samusch, who decided to not prolong his mandate due to private obligations.
With Christoph Raninger a highly recognized expert takes over the Management Board mandate as Head of Financial Markets. In his previous position Raninger was responsible for Markets and Investment Banking as Management Board Member of UniCredit CAIB AG. His new function as Head of Financial Markets in BAWAG P.S.K, is a further step in his career - starting as a trainee at former Creditanstalt, Raninger worked his way up from the "International Credit Department", to the "International Corporate and Project Finance Department" as well as to "International Markets" of Bank Austria and "Gobal Markets" of the UniCredit Group. The endurance and edge of the professional tennis player, reflects on his career path.
Byron Haynes, CEO of BAWAG P.S.K., on the change in the Management Board: "I would like to thank Carsten Samusch for his engagement within the last three years. We wish him all the best for his future. At the same time I am pleased to announce with Christoph Raninger a well experienced successor. In his new function as Head of Financial Markets, he will play a central role in implementing the bank's strategy. We trust in his expertise and know-how on the developments in international markets. I am convinced that Christoph Raninger will add valuable contribution to the continuing growth and success of BAWAG P.S.K."
Christoph Raninger about his decision and personal goals: "BAWAG P.S.K. has a high reputation and a strong position within the Austrian market. My goal is to optimize and strengthen the area of Financial Markets. Next to exciting challenges, I am looking forward to contributing, along with a strong team, to the further growth of BAWAG P.S.K."
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