Deutsche Börse reports that Frank-H Klaas will leave the company at the end of this month. He has been responsible for political communications since the beginning of 2013, as well as for the representative offices in Berlin and Brussels. He is leaving to pursue new challenges on his own initiative, the company adds.
Said Deutsche Börse chief executive officer, Carsten Kengeter: “I would like to thank Frank Klaas for his help in positioning Deutsche Börse considerably in the political environment, especially at a time of major regulatory changes. His organisation of political communication has gained Deutsche Börse a lot of respect from the public and policymakers alike and we will continue to benefit from this impetus.”
Global Public Affairs is part of Group Communications, Marketing & Public Affairs, which is headed by senior general manager Dr Matthias Fritton, Deutsche Börse ends by saying.