HB FRANKFURT. DWS fund manager Klaus Kaldemorgen moves to the board of the Association of Investment and Asset Management (BVI) is a. Kaldemorgen succeeds Thomas Richter, as the BVI announced on Thursday. Richter had his office with effect from 1 October 2010 resigned because he has entered the management of the association.
Kaldemorgen as judges come from the fund company DWS, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank. The 57-year-old has been there since 2008 Chairman of the Board, he serves since 2003. He also manages the international equity fund management. Kaldemorgen is one of the best known figures in the German fund industry.
The BVI represents the interests of fund companies and other asset managers in Germany, including the provider of exchange traded funds (ETFs). The BVI’s Executive Board has a total of nine members.