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HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11X7U
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank (2nd R) and his...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank and predecessor Berger stand...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank (2nd R) and his predecessor Hans Berger (L) stand with their lawyers in the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool (GERMANY)
HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11X7Q
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank (2nd R) sits in...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank sits in the courtroom of a...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank (2nd R) sits in the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool (GERMANY)
HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11X7G
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank and his lawyers...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank and lawyers Goecke and Wagner...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank and his lawyers Gerald Goecke (L) and Heinz Wagner (R) stand in the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool (GERMANY)
HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11X78
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank sits in the courtroom...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank sits in the courtroom of a...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank sits in the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool (GERMANY)
HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11X75
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank stands in the courtroom...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank stands in the courtroom of...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank stands in the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool (GERMANY)
HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11X74
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank stands in the courtroom...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank stands in the courtroom of...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank stands in the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool (GERMANY)
HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11WVS
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher (L) former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters courtroom of a Hamburg...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher (L) former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11WVQ
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher (L) former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters courtroom of a Hamburg...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher (L) former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11WVO
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters courtroom of a Hamburg...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11WVN
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom of a Hamburg...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HSHNORDBANK-TRIAL/
RTX11WVM
July 24, 2013
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom...
Hamburg, Germany
Defendant Nonnenmacher former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters courtroom of a Hamburg...
Defendant Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher, former chief executive of German bank HSH Nordbank enters the courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 24, 2013. Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank appeared in court on Wednesday in the first case of the entire executive board of a European bank facing trial for actions in the build-up to the financial crisis. Hamburg prosecutors are charging the six men, who include former chief executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and his predecessor Hans Berger, with breach of fiduciary trust. The defendants have previously said they are not guilty, although in Germany an official plea is only presented at the final stage of a trial. If found guilty, the former directors could face up to 10 years behind bars, although judges have often handed defendants in similar cases fines rather than jail sentences. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBN8
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, speaks during an interview with Reuters at...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank speaks during interview at the company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010. German landesbank HSH Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBN4
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, speaks during an interview with Reuters at...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank speaks during interview at the company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010. German landesbank HSH Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBN0
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, speaks during an interview with Reuters at...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank speaks during interview at the company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010. German landesbank HSH Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBMZ
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, speaks during an interview with Reuters at...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank speaks during interview at the company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010. German landesbank HSH Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBMV
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, listens during an interview with Reuters...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank listens during interview at the company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, listens during an interview with Reuters at the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010. German landesbank HSH Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBMT
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank poses at company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010, before an interview with Reuters. German landesbank HSH
Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing
wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted.
Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBMS
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses as he arrives for an interview with...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank poses before interview at the company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses as he arrives for an interview with Reuters at the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010. German landesbank HSH
Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing
wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted.
Picture was taken September 13, 2010. Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBMQ
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank poses at company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010, before an interview with Reuters. German landesbank HSH
Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing
wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted.
Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBMP
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank poses at company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010, before an interview with Reuters. German landesbank HSH
Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing
wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted.
Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBMO
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank poses at company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010, before an interview with Reuters. German landesbank HSH
Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing
wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted.
Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBMN
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank poses at company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010, before an interview with Reuters. German landesbank HSH
Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing
wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted.
Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBMM
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank poses at company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010, before an interview with Reuters. German landesbank HSH
Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing
wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted.
Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HSHNORDBANK/
RTR2IBML
September 14, 2010
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO Nonnenmacher of HSH Nordbank poses at company's headquarters in Hamburg
Dirk Nonnenmacher, Chief Executive Officer of HSH Nordbank, poses on a terrace on top of the company's headquarters in Hamburg September 13, 2010, before an interview with Reuters. German landesbank HSH
Nordbank hopes to attract foreign investors as it seeks to avoid getting swept up in consolidation of the ailing
wholesale lending sector, its chief executive told Reuters. The lender is hoping for cash-rich investors -- possibly sovereign wealth funds -- which would be able to supply extra capital if another crisis erupted.
Picture was taken September 13, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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