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Gerhard Wiesheu from Metzler Bank presents the NIPPON CINEMA AWARD

31.5.2017 At the end of the Japanese film festival Nippon Connection in Frankfurt/Main, the NIPPON CINEMA AWARD, worth EUR 2,000 and donated by Metzler Bank, was presented for the 13th time. Read more

Metzler meets Fraunhofer - Critical infrastructures

February 2017 Daily life in industrialized nations such as Germany now functions solely on the basis of a tightly-knit network of complex, interwoven infrastructures. These have become vulnerable as a result of their increasing interconnectedness, and a breakdown could have dramatic consequences: after all, cyberwarfare – like terrorism – threatens the very fabric of our lives. Furthermore, the number of worrying attacks on critical infrastructures is rising at breathtaking speed. Are industry, politics and private households in Germany even remotely able to counter such threats and prevent a blackout?

At the "Metzler meets Fraunhofer" conference in February 2017, on the subject of "Critical Infrastructures – Risks, Protection and Resilience", Prof. Dr. Jürgen Beyerer, head of the Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation (IOSB), and Dr. Johannes Reich, personally liable partner of Metzler Bank and responsible for the core business field Corporate Finance and the Information Technology division, discussed the issues

Annual press conference 2016: Good start to the present financial year

23.5.2017 “2016 brought many surprises and was a good year for Metzler, despite some turbulence on the capital markets,” reported Emmerich Müller, personally liable partner, at the Frankfurt-based private bank’s annual press conference in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. He was also confident about 2017. “We got off to a very good start and are optimistic about the development of our core business areas in 2017 as whole,” said Müller. Read more

Electro-mobility: The dawn of a revolutionary boom

8.12.2016 As the drive technology of the future, e-mobility had long been considered a "theoretical theme" – debated by specialists, on environmental forums or at universities. The sector generally agreed that it would take many years for this technology to achieve mass mobility status. "But this has rapidly changed", says Jürgen Pieper, sector analyst at Metzler Capital Markets. Please read more.