Partner, Co-Head of KPMG’s ECB Office
KPMG in Germany
Daniel is Co-Head of KPMG’s ECB office, working with the ECB and clients on key issues related to the Single Supervisory Mechanism. He spent over 13 years at the Bundesbank, inter alia five years as head of the deputy president’s office and three years as head of the division, responsible for banking supervisory policy. Daniel has experience in advising banks in regulatory matters as Partner in charge for several projects at KPMG.
University of Saarland, completed with diploma in Economics (first-class honours)
Closely involved in developing the supervisory model for the ECB in its new role
head of the division at Deutsche Bundesbank, responsible for the development of banking regulation, including: EU’s CRR/CRD IV, the EBA’s Technical Standards
led several ECB / EBA 2014 stress test projects for German and European banks