Christoph Lammersdorf is stepping down this month as managing director information services at Deutsche Borse. He will be succeed by Holger Wohlenberg, one of four new managing directors appointed by the German exchange in a management reshuffle. Wohlenberg joins from Deutsche Bank, where he was managing director in the global corporate finance division. Lammersdorf will take on new responsibilities, “either together with or outside of Deutsche Borse.” He has been in charge of information services since 1999, and spent several years at Telerate.
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