Siemens Financial Services has appointed a new chief executive officer to replace Dominik Asam.
Roland Chalons-Browne, 53, will take over from Asam on February 1. Asam, who is leaving “at his own request”, will leave Siemens in March.
Chalons-Browne, an American citizen who was previously CEO of Siemens Financial Services Inc, the US arm of the German lessor, has been at Siemens since 2005. He began is career at Lloyds Bank International in 1977, where he rose to assistant vice president.
Prior to joining Siemens, Chalons-Browne was managing director at WestLB for the European and American markets.
Jason T Hesse