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01/30/2013 goetzpartners strengthens its corporate finance management team

goetzpartners is further expanding its corporate finance management team. With Simon Wilske (39), a further renowned investment banker will join goetzpartners on February 1, 2013. Simon Wilske comes from Citigroup, and has more than 15 years of both national and international transaction experience. Mr. Wilske will assume responsibility for the Germany activities of goetzpartners' Corporate Finance division.

Before switching to goetzpartners, Simon Wilske was Managing Director at Citigroup in Frankfurt, where he was most recently responsible for its Mergers & Acquisitions division in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He previously acquired international experience at Salomon Smith Barney (now part of Citigroup) in London and New York. At goetzpartners, Simon Wilske will become Senior Managing Director and Head of Corporate Finance Germany with overall responsibility for all Germany activities in the Corporate Finance division. "goetzpartners already enjoys an excellent reputation on the M&A market. I'm looking forward very much to helping to drive further forward with the company's positive development in Germany, and also within an international environment," commented Simon Wilske.

goetzpartners ranks as one of the established, independent players on the M&A market. "With Simon Wilske, we welcome a proven M&A expert who brings with him extensive international transaction experience. This further expansion of our corporate finance activities ensures that our success story can be consistently continued," commented Stephan Goetz, Managing Partner at goetzpartners. "We continue to take a very positive view of the future, and we are once again convinced that, with our integrated approach of offering corporate finance and management consulting on a one-stop-shop basis, we can cover our clients' entire value chains particularly successfully, and create sustainable value for them."

Simon Wilske will be based at the Munich office.

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