GERMANY - Fidelity International in Germany has appointed former Frankfurt-Trust MD Hans-Jörg Frantzmann as head of institutional sales, effective from 1 January 2007.
Frantzmann will report to Klaus Mössle, MD and head of institutional business. He will also join the executive board of Fidelity's German investment operations (KAG) at the same time.
In his new role, Frantzmann will be responsible for providing advice and support to institutional customers and also driving forward business development in this division.
Prior to this appointment, Frantzmann was MD of Frankfurt-Trust. He previously held a position at Schröder Münchmeyer Hengst Investment, as spokesman for the executive board and worked in fund management at ADIG as section manager.
Fidelity International, Germany, also recently appointed Christof Quiring head of pension sales.
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