Martin Glock appointed new head of legal and regulatory at BT Germany
BT Germany has appointed Martin Glock as director with responsibility for legal affairs and regulation. He will take up his position on 1st June.
Martin Glock has extensive expertise in the field of business and telecommunications law. Until recently he held the post of head of the Legal and Regulatory division of the telecommunications company Arcor. At BT he will assume responsibility for commercial contracting and all legal and regulatory issues. He takes the place of Dennis Grabherr, who is moving to Sao Paulo to perform the same duties for BT Latin America.
Jan Geldmacher, CEO of BT Germany, explains: “I am delighted that we were able to secure the services of Martin Glock, who is an experienced professional with an excellent track record. BT is delivering ever more extensive, international network and IT services for its clients, so that the contracts are becoming increasingly complex. I am convinced that we will benefit greatly from Martin Glock’s experience.”
Martin Glock said of his appointment: “BT is Germany’s leading service provider for corporations with international operations. Therefore, this role is an exciting opportunity for me. I am looking forward to working with colleagues to meet the legal and regulatory challenges faced by BT, thereby helping to ensure the company’s continuing growth and success.”
The 49-year-old qualified lawyer began his career at Mannesmann AG. He later worked for Vodafone D2 GmbH and Arcor AG & Co. KG. He is married with three children.
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