Nico Göricke

Nico Göricke


After his business management training, Nico Göricke earned his Deutsche Telekom stripes in Finance. Following stints in areas like Investor Relations and Group Accounting, he transferred to Corporate Communication, where he has remained loyal to finance and capital market topics. In addition, he devotes himself to the areas of venture capital, private equity and technological innovations, and is also a mouthpiece for Telekom Capital Partners. His personal pet topic is the digital transformation of the finance organization, and he ponders questions like where finance experts will be 20 years from now, and whether the CFO of the future is human or machine. But he has other strings to his bow besides finance, with a strong interest in the digitization of health care, too.

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Deutsche Telekom’s stake in Ströer reduced to below 5 percent

Deutsche Telekom Trust e.V. has reduced its shareholding in Ströer SE & Co KGaA to 4.9%.



Deutsche Telekom sells T-Mobile NL

Deutsche Telekom and Tele2 announce 5.1 billion euros sale of T-Mobile Netherlands to a Consortium of Apax and Warburg Pincus.


IFRS 16: New accounting treatment for leases

On January 13, 2016, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) published a new standard for the accounting of leases.

Dresden cardiac center: Telenurse Cathleen Dufke at her workplace with doctor Dr. Jan Svitil


The best care can also be remote

Telekom is overcoming the distance between patients and doctors to maintain high standards of medical care or improve it even further.

Interview IFRS 15: Helmut Becker (right) and Michael Brücks.


New regulations for our primary key indicator

The hottest topic at present is the new IFRS regulations on revenue recognition. The company created the framework to be able to implement the new requirements successfully.