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European Concert Promoter DEAG Shuffles Board

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BERLIN – German concert promoter DEAG Deutsche Entertainment announced on Friday that Prof. Dr. Katja Nettesheim has resigned as a member of the supervisory board. The leading provider of live entertainment across Europe said Nettesheim stepped down for personal reasons, effective New Year’s Eve.   

Coinciding with the announcement, the local court of Berlin-Charlottenburg has appointed London-based Tobias Buck as a new member of the supervisory board, as proposed by the executive board of DEAG in Berlin. The court appointment lasts until DEAG’s next annual general meeting in June 2020, at which time the supervisory board will propose Buck for election.

Buck has many years of experience in private equity and corporate finance and previously worked for Novalpina Capital, a private equity firm based in London, and for Goldman Sachs in the merchant banking division out of London and New York.

DEAG was founded in Berlin in 1978 and listed since 1998. DEAG’s core businesses include Rock/Pop, Classics & Jazz, Family Entertainment and Arts+Exhibitions.


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