Nicolaus Hagleitner takes on responsibility for RZB''s Global Treasuryfrom Gerhard Boesch. Boesch will become Treasurer in the Ukraine.
Nicolaus Hagleitner, 43, has been appointed Head of Global Treasury atRaiffeisen Zentralbank Oesterreich AG (RZB) with immediate effect. Untilnow, he has headed RZB''s Balance-Sheet Management. He was also CEO ofOEVK Vorsorgekasse AG.
“Nicolaus Hagleitner is an experienced Treasury professional, with over 15 years at RZB, who also has demonstrated his leadership skills as CEO of OEVK”, said Patrick Butler, Member of RZB''s Managing Board with responsibility for Treasury, Investment Banking and FinancialInstitutions."His contributions to the excellent results achievedduring 2005 and to the organisational changes which made them possiblemake him the natural choice."
A Doctor of Law, Hagleitner worked as a tax expert with Deloitte&Touche before joining RZB in May 1990. Starting as an account managerfor international corporate clients he then entered the TreasuryDepartment where he managed the segments Financial Engineering,Derivatives Trading for Customers and the Bank''s Balance SheetManagement.
Hagleitner succeeds Gerhard Boesch who will move to Ukraine, where RZBtook over Bank Aval through its subsidiary Raiffeisen InternationalBank-Holding AG (Raiffeisen International) in 2005. Boesch will be incharge of the Treasury and Investment Banking divisions. The dynamicdevelopment of these business segments has a key role in thetransformation process of Bank Aval and Raiffeisenbank Ukraine, whichhad been founded in 1998, into the country''s leading bank. Boesch''slong-term treasury experience and expertise will be of great value forthe Group in this important process.
A printable picture of Nicolaus Hagleitner can be downloaded from:http://www.rzbfiles.at/nicolaushagleitner.jpg.
RZB is the central institution of the Austrian Raiffeisen Banking Group,the country''s most powerful banking group. It is a leading corporate andinvestment bank in Austria and also considers Central and Eastern Europe(CEE) as its home market. Via listed subsidiary RaiffeisenInternational, it operates one of the leading banking networks in CEEwith 16 subsidiary banks and numerous finance leasing companies in 16markets. 9.2 million customers are served via 2,400 business outlets.