Frank Schriever, head of German Wealth Management Business at Deutsche Bank, took over as chairman of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Oppenheim Family Office AG from 23 January 2020.
Schriever was appointed to the Supervisory Board at the company's general meeting and then elected by the members of the Supervisory Board to chair the body.
"We are happy to have Frank Schriever, an experienced expert at our side. He has excellent knowledge and extensive experience in business with wealth customers," said Stefan Freytag, CEO of Deutsche Oppenheim.
Deutsche Bank appointed Schriever to head of wealth management in Germany in December 2019. He is a member of the executive committee of the private customer bank in Germany and chairman of the board of the non-profit Harold A. and Ingeborg L. Hartog Foundation.
He succeeds Daniel Kalczynski, who resigned from the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Oppenheim when he left Deutsche Bank at the end of last year. Holger Naumann, the deputy chairman, Eva Franzke, Anna Issel, Anke Sahlén and Gerd-Axel Schuster also belong to the supervisory board.