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Bank Austria Creditanstalt Job Notice:
Martin Frank Appointed Head of Sales Corporate Customers

Bank Austria Creditanstalt (BA-CA) has placed its Austrian corporate customer relations under a new management. Martin Frank, 49, has recently been appointed head of the Corporate Customers and Public Sector department. As head of this department, which is organised in 13 Regional Centres and at the Vienna-based “City of Vienna and Public Sector”, Frank is responsible for some 18,000 BA-CA customers. BA-CA has approximately 200 customer relationship managers serving these customers.  

By establishing these new Regional Centres for customers with annual revenues in excess of EUR 3 million, BA-CA has been able to concentrate its increasingly complex corporate customer services. The bank is thus able to offer its customers a special service tailored to the particular needs of medium-sized companies, providing optimal support for companies in the growing cross-border business segment or which are expanding abroad. Customer shares of up to 85 per cent make BA-CA the clear market leader. Forty five of every 100 small companies are BA-CA customers. Among medium-sized companies the figure is 61 out of 100 and among large companies 85 out of 100.

Martin Frank was born in Vienna and joined the Creditanstalt in 1983 after gaining a doctorate in law in Vienna and a Master of Law in the USA. In 1981 he moved to New York as General Manager for BA-CA. In 2003 he took over the newly created department Corporate Finance & Public Sector. Frank is married and has three children.

Enquiries: Bank Austria Creditanstalt press office
Tiemon Kiesenhofer, Tel. +43 (0)5 05 05 EXT 52819;
e-mail: tiemon.kiesenhofer@ba-ca.com

Upon request we will be pleased to send a photograph of Martin Frank