BayernLB boosts Real Estate Division with second division manager


BayernLB boosts Real Estate Division with second division manager

Alexander Huber responsible for international business

Munich – BayernLB is continuing its growth trajectory in the real estate business, both in Germany and on the international stage. To this end, Alexander Huber (46) will join BayernLB’s Real Estate business area as division manager responsible for international real estate business outside of the German-speaking region as at 1 October 2021.

“We are delighted that with Alexander Huber we were able to fill this position with a manager from within our own ranks, who has excellent and longstanding experience in the international real estate business, as well as being very familiar with the structure and strategy of BayernLB. Alexander Huber will help us to successfully forge ahead with our moderate growth trajectory in our target markets outside Germany,” commented Gero Bergmann, member of the BayernLB Board of Management.

Huber started his training in 1991 with a work and study degree course at BayernLB and specialised early on in the field of commercial real estate finance. In 2000 he continued his career in BayernLB’s Real Estate Credit Section and then switched to the Real Estate Risk Office, where he later headed up the Office Real Estate and Savings Bank Risk Office Team and the Commercial Real Estate, Funds and Cross-Border Finance RO Department. Following foreign deployments in London and Budapest, he moved to Sales in 2015 and took on the management of the International Real Estate Business and Funds Department. At the beginning of 2021, he took over sales management for BayernLB’s international real estate business and responsibility for the foreign branches. In his new position as division manager for international business, he heads up BayernLB’s Real Estate Division together with Bernd Mayer, who is responsible for real estate business in the German-speaking region.

BayernLB is one of the largest real estate lenders with a focus on Germany. In addition to four German real estate offices, the Bank also has a presence in New York, London, Paris and Milan. In future, the international real estate business in Europe and the US will gain more weight and help diversify the real estate portfolio. The real estate business is one of the key growth areas in BayernLB’s strategy.