LBBW is appointing a new face to a central management position in its Capital Market Business. Daniel Wrobel is to become the new Head of the Financial Institutions & Corporates division as at 1 September 2023. His responsibilities in Capital Market Business at LBBW will include the client groups Savings Banks/Banks, Institutionals, International Banks/Sovereigns, Corporate Clients and the Capital Management Unit.
47-year-old Wrobel grew up in Munich and graduated from Cambridge University, England with a Master of Economics. He began his professional career in 1998 as a business consultant in the strategy and risk management department of Oliver, Wyman & Company in London. In the years that followed, he worked in capital markets business at various banks. After working for Credit Suisse in London, he joined Barclays Bank in 2004, where he worked in London and Frankfurt. In 2011, he was appointed Co-Head of Distribution Germany/Austria in Frankfurt, where he was responsible for the distribution of capital market products to clients in Germany and Austria. Since 2017, he has worked in various management positions for Wells Fargo Bank in London and Paris, most recently as the Deputy CEO of Wells Fargo Securities Europe (WFSE) in Paris and Head of Sales, Investment and Financing Solutions EMEA in London.
“We are delighted to have found a financial expert with more than 25 years of capital markets experience, both domestically and internationally, for this important role. He has all the skills needed to continue this key business area’s successful forward trajectory,” says Dr Christian Ricken, the member of LBBW’s Board of Managing Directors in charge of Capital Market Business and International Business.
Daniel Wrobel is succeeding Christian Sagerer, who has left LBBW to seek fresh professional challenges. Sagerer has successfully headed the division and guided its performance over the past five years. His accomplishments include the acceleration of custody business as well as interest, currency and commodities management in Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe as well as implementing multiple securitization transactions for the Bank as a whole and building up LBBW’s Capital Management Unit.