stars Alumni Lounge
Cryptocurrencies – Hype or the Future
9 March 2022, 12.00-12.30 CET
Cryptocurrencies are by no doubt one of the most exciting and volatile asset class of the past ten years. What makes them special? What types of cryptocurrencies exist? What are potential use cases? This stars Alumni Lounge with Alexander BECHTEL, Head of Digital Asset and Currencies Strategy, Deutsche Bank and stars Germany Alumni Chapter President Tilmann DENGLER, Head of Cash Sales DACH region, Deutsche Bank is a journey through the world of blockchain and crypto addressing the most important questions about a technology that might completely change the way we do business in the future.
The stars Alumni Lounge is a forum exclusively for stars alumni, friends of stars and donors. To make it as interactive and personal as possible, participation is limited to 30 seats – first come first served. All participants receive the list of participants and are encouraged to turn on their video during the meeting – but this is of course entirely up to each participant’s individual preferences. The 30-minute Zoom meeting will be recorded and subsequently published as stars insights and posted on the stars website and YouTube channel.
About the speakers:
Alexander BECHTEL is the Head of Digital Assets & Currencies Strategy at Deutsche Bank (Corporate Bank). He has done a PhD in finance at the University of St. Gallen, where he still holds a position as external lecturer. Alexander regularly publishes articles, podcasts, and research on monetary policy and digital currencies. He has worked as an external consultant at the European Central Bank and spent a research stay at Stanford University.
stars Alumnus Tilmann DENGLER is Head of Cash Sales for the DACH region within Deutsche Bank’s Corporate Bank. He is responsible for the offering of Cash products for Multinational Corporations, MidCaps and the SME sector. Before his current role he was working for the bank in different functions in Cash Management and Coverage. From 2010-2017 he was stationed in Shanghai in China supporting the “German Mittelstand” clients. By education Tilmann is a lawyer, with a degree of Ludwig-Maximilian’s University Munich.