Sonja Kardorf appointed to the Board of Management of Deutsche Leasing
The Supervisory Board of Deutsche Leasing has appointed Sonja Kardorf to the Board of Management with effect from 1 October 2018. From the start of the 2018/19 financial year, she will take over the Risk Department from Friedrich Jüngling, who will be retiring on 30 September 2018 after 17 years on the Board of Management of Deutsche Leasing.
'Sonja Kardorf is a real team player whose management style is all about commitment and enterprise. With her experience of corporate clients, her international expertise, and her deep specialist knowledge of risk management, she is ideally equipped for her duties at Deutsche Leasing,' explains Alexander Wüerst, Chair of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Sparkassen Leasing.
Sonja Kardorf is currently a member of the Board of Management at Investitionsbank Berlin, where she is responsible for the credit middle office as well as for finance and controlling, corporate organisation, IT, and administration. Before this, she held various managerial positions including at WestLB and Postbank.
'In Sonja Kardorf, we are delighted to welcome to the Board of Management a colleague with such extensive and international experience of credit risk management and controlling,' says Kai Ostermann, Chair of the Board of Management of Deutsche Leasing.
About Deutsche Leasing
The Deutsche Leasing Group is the leading solutions-oriented asset finance partner for German medium-sized companies and offers a wide range of investment-related finance solutions (asset finance) and other complementary services (asset services). Within Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe, Deutsche Leasing is the competence centre for leasing and factoring as well as other asset finance solutions and complementary services aimed at medium-sized companies both in Germany and abroad. At an international level, Deutsche Leasing helps its German customers in 22 countries abroad including the most important export markets in Europe and also China, Russia, the USA, Canada, and Brazil.