Supervisory Board of Deutsche Börse elects Martin Jetter as new Chairman

Maria Nikolova

Mr Jetter succeeds Dr. Joachim Faber, who resigned from the Supervisory Board effective at the end of today’s Annual General Meeting.

Deutsche Börse AG today announced the election of Martin Jetter as the new Chairman of its Supervisory Board.

Martin Jetter

Mr Jetter succeeds Dr. Joachim Faber, who resigned from the Supervisory Board effective at the end of today’s Annual General Meeting.

The Supervisory Board nominated Martin Jetter as the new Chairman in December 2019. He has been a member of the board since May 24, 2018. Mr Jetter has held a number of leading positions at IBM in Germany and abroad.

He is currently Senior Vice President & Chairman IBM Europe, based in Madrid, and a member of the IBM Corporation Management Board at the top management level.

Also today, the shareholders of Deutsche Börse AG elected Michael Martin Rüdiger at the Annual General Meeting as a new member of the Supervisory Board.

Michael Martin Rüdiger has many years of experience in the national and international financial industry. He acquired his comprehensive expertise in matters of the capital market as well as the corresponding regulatory requirements through various senior positions in the financial industry, most recently as Chairman of the Executive Board of Management of DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale.

In addition, Mr Rüdiger was a member of the Exchange Councils (“Börsenräte”) of the Frankfurt Exchange (FWB) and Eurex Germany from 2017 to 2020. Mr Rüdiger had chaired the FWB Exchange Council since mid-2017.

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