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Bank Austria Creditanstalt Job Notice:
Martin Steininger becomes Board Member at Mezzanin Finanzierungs AG

Starting from June, Martin Steininger (33) will be a new Board Member at Mezzanin Finanzierungs AG. He is replacing Christian Künzl, who is moving on to new professional challenges outside the banking group. At this occasion Mezzanin AG thanks Christian Künzl for his contribution to the company´s successful business development. In his new position, Mr. Steininger will be specifically responsible for deal flow and investments. Johann Toth remains the Chairman of the Board at Mezzanin AG.

Mr. Steininger began his professional career in the field of tax and corporate consulting. In 2002, he started work at Mezzanin Finanzierungs AG as an investment manager. Two years ago he was granted full commercial powers of representation. A native of Vienna, Mr. Steininger has played a key role in developing the fund and is an expert in tax-related matters. He is married and has one daughter.

Mezzanin Finanzierungs AG is Austria’s first specialist bank for mezzanine capital. Its fund volume amounts to EUR 100 million, of which some 57% has been committed so far. Mezzanin AG finances acquisitions in the form of corporate takeovers, management buy-outs, buy-ins and succession arrangements. It also specializes in investment projects in the fields of expansion, investment and project finance. In 2006, Mezzanin Finanzierungs AG had a balance sheet total of EUR 33.6 million and achieved a result on ordinary business activities amounting to almost EUR 3 million.

Enquiries: Bank Austria Creditanstalt Press Office Austria
Tiemon Kiesenhofer, Tel. +43 (0)5 05 05 Ext. 52819;
E-Mail: tiemon.kiesenhofer@ba-ca.com

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