Benjamin Schmid studied business administration and has been with Steubing AG for more than ten years. He came from Sal. Oppenheim in early 2009 and spent the first five years in the equity capital markets division, most recently as department head. In 2015 he switched to the back office side and was first responsible for risk controlling and later also for compliance. Benjamin Schmid is responsible for the divisions compliance, middle-office, revision, risk-controlling, money-laundering, accounting and reporting.
CasparyChairman of the Supervisory BoardAlexander
CasparyChairman of the Supervisory Board
Alexander Caspary completed his studies in computer science by 1985. After successfully graduating as a computer scientist (Diplom-Informatiker (FH)), he initially held employment and worked on a self-employed basis for more than two years in software development. He then joined Wolfgang Steubing Börsenmakler GmbH in 1987 and, as Spokesman of the Executive Board, was responsible for all market-related activities of the company such as stock and bond trading, capital markets, and institutional customer service, right until the end of November 2019. By resolution of the Annual General Meeting in December 2019, Alexander Caspary was elected to the Supervisory Board and is now its Chairman.
Andreas Keune started his career in investment banking at Dresdner Bank AG in 1994 after completing his training as a banker. He worked in trading and portfolio trading at LGT Bank in Liechtenstein and Invesco Asset Management. He has been with Steubing AG since January 2000 and successfully completed a university degree in business administration alongside his professional activities. In November 2016, he was appointed General Representative and is responsible for trading and the servicing of institutional clients. With effect from 01.12.2019, Andreas Keune is responsible on the Executive Board for trading.
Chairman, Trader, Frankfurt am Main
Deputy Chairman, Lawyer and Solicitor, Frankfurt am Main
Tax Counsellor, Frankfurt am Main
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