Chairman of the Executive Board, Baader Bank Aktiengesellschaft
Weihenstephaner Straße 4 85716 Unterschleißheim, Deutschland
Nico Baader (born in 1970) has been a member of the Executive Board of Baader Bank AG since 2009. He took over as Chairman of the Executive Board in July 2015. In addition to his responsibilities as Chairman of the Board, he is responsible for the Market Making business area, among other things.
His first experience in the stock brokerage business was followed by training as a banker at Bayerische Vereinsbank in Munich. In 1994, Nico Baader founded a consulting firm for IPOs, investor relations and equity research. From 2000 onwards, he was instrumental in developing the bank from a stockbroker into a full-service bank, including the establishment of Investment Banking (business areas today: Market Making, Capital Markets, Strategy, Legal, Human Resources & Business Organization, Treasury, IT, Communications).
Significant mandates: - Member of the Supervisory Board of Baader & Heins Capital Management AG, Unterschleißheim - Member of the Exchange Council of EUREX, Frankfurt am Main - Member of the Exchange Council of FWB Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse, Frankfurt am Main - Member of the Exchange Council of Börse München, Munich
About Baader Bank:
Baader Bank is one of the leading partners for securities and banking services in Europe. On a high-performance platform, trading and banking come together under one roof in a unique setup and offer the best access to the capital market - secure, automated and scalable. As a family-run full-service bank headquartered in Unterschleissheim near Munich with approximately 450 employees, Baader Bank is active in the business areas of Market Making, Capital Markets, Brokerage, Fund Services, Account Services and Research Services. Baader Bank serves its clients from three national (Unterschleißheim, Frankfurt, Stuttgart) and three international locations (London, New York and Zurich). As a full-service bank, it belongs to the security mechanisms of the Association of German Banks.