Gregor Broschinski is CEO (deputy) of Sparkasse Düren and a member of the board of directors since 2013.
Gregor also acts as Deputy Chairman of the supervisory board of PATRIZIA GrundInvest, part of the listed European real estate manager PATRIZIA, Augsburg. Furthermore, Gregor Broschinski is Chairman of the board of advisors to neuro finance asset manager INVIOS , Hamburg.
Gregor Broschinski is a member of the board of numerous charitable foundations and a member of SOS children’s villages worldwide Hermann-Gmeiner-fund.
Before beeing appointed member of the management board of Sparkasse Düren, Gregor was a member of the executive committee of Deutsche Bank private wealth management Germany. As managing director he was responsible for key client management. In 2010 Gregor was asked to take remedial action for the famous private bank Sal. Oppenheim Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary for Deutsche Bank. Gregor was appointed as a member of the bank’s management board and took responsibility for Wealth Management, including leading family office operations of Oppenheim. Gregor successfully took care of the recovery of Europe’s once most important private bank and managed to stabilize the business with UHNWI’s.
Gregor began his career in 1988 with Hypo-Vereinsbank Group Munich as a management trainee. He served, e.g., as assistant to the board of management, head of product development private clients, head of funds management, and pioneering as a managing director one of the first German direct banking operations from scratch. At Nord/LB Group, he was a member of the steering committee for private client business and took responsibility for international asset management projects in Norway, Switzerland, and Luxembourg. Gregor successfully established Nord LB’s leading Wealth Management proposition by focussing subsidiary Bremer Landesbank as a top brand for wealth management. In 2008 he left Nord LB Group to join the executive committee of Deutsche Bank private wealth management Germany.
After earning a Diploma in business management and in completion of a European study programme, Gregor Broschinski was awarded his PhD. by Comenius University, Bratislava – Slovakia’s eldest and major university. His PhD. thesis was focussed on strategies of growth for the European wealth management industry within the enhanced EU. Gregor has completed a general management programme for European private banking and wealth management at the European School of Management and Technology ESMT, Berlin. He is the author of numerous publications.