Carl von Boehm-Bezing

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Carl Ludwig von Boehm-Bezing (2017)

Carl Ludwig von Boehm-Bezing (born 20 May 1940 in Breslau) is a German manager.


Boehm-Bezing studied law and began his career at Deutsche Bank in 1969. From 1972 to 1976, he worked at the Düsseldorf head office as assistant to Franz Heinrich Ulrich, Spokesman of the Board of Managing Directors, after which he was a member of several Deutsche Bank branch management offices until 1990. He was then a member of the Management Board from 1990 to 2001.[1] He was also a member of the supervisory boards of RWE, Fiat, Thyssenkrupp and Philipp Holzmann. Boehm-Bezing received public criticism in particular for his work for the former building materials group Philipp Holzmann, which had run into financial difficulties.[2]

Cultural commitment

Carl Ludwig von Boehm-Bezing is culturally engaged in many ways. He is a member of the board of trustees of the Society of Friends and Sponsors of the hr-Sinfonieorchester e.V[3]is a patron of the Historisches Museum Frankfurt (within the Historisch-Archäologische Gesellschaft Frankfurt am Main e.V.)[4] and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Freies Deutsches Hochstift[5].

Web links

Individual references

  1. NTV: Over thirty years at Deutsche Bank[1]
  2. Spiegel interview with Boehm-Bezing: Even a banker shudders from December 6, 1999:[2]
  3. hr-Sinfonieorchester: Committees of the Society of Friends and Sponsors – Board of Directors and Board of Trustees
  4. hmf friends & supporters | Members
  5. Frankfurt Goethe House / Freies Deutsches Hochstift: Imprint