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Commerzbank appoints Manfred Kno as chairman

Christian Fernsby |
Frankfurt, Germany - Commerzbank appointed Manfred Knof as chairman of the Commerzbank board of managing directors.

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From 1 August 2019 to its merger into Deutsche Bank AG in Mai this year, Mr. Knof was Chairman of the Board of DB Privat und Firmenkundenbank AG and now continues to be Head of Deutsche Bank's Private Bank Germany.

Until 2017, Mr. Knof was Chief Executive Officer of Allianz Deutschland AG and comprehensively digitalised the business of the insurer, was responsible for the growth initiatives in all distribution channels and steered Allianz’ Turn-Around program.

In 1995, Mr. Knof joined the Allianz Group and held various management positions in Germany and abroad, including Regional CEO of Central and Eastern Europe.

Between 2003 and 2005, he held various positions at Dresdner Bank, most recently as Head of the private banking business in Southern Germany, with responsibility for more than 1000 branches.

Mr. Knof began his career in 1991 at the management consultancy Kienbaum Management Consultants in Düsseldorf.

Mr. KnofKnof studied law at the University of Cologne and attained its doctorate in 1994.

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