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MANY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND REAL ESTATE EXPERTISE

As a supervisory body, the Supervisory Board keeps an eye on all business transactions. It consists of the following members:

Norbert Ketterer

Chairman of the supervisory board

Thomas Kunze

Member of the supervisory board

Ferdinand von Rom

Member of the supervisory board

Norbert Ketterer looks back on more than 25 years of entrepreneurial activity in the real estate industry. The track record of project developments he has developed or financed across all real estate asset classes is more than 20 billion euros.

In addition, Norbert Ketterer launched the first fund for project developments with mezzanine capital in 2009. He founded the initiator Helvetic Financial Services (HFS) AG in Wollerau, Switzerland, and has since sold it to the Corestate Capital Group.

Over the years, Mr. Ketterer has built up an extensive network of project developers, investors, banks and local authorities.

Thomas Kunze is Managing Director of genost Consulting GmbH. In his position he is responsible for the entire due diligence process.

Mr. Kunze has extensive knowledge in property and asset management. In a leading position he led the commercial real estate management of a branch of Allianz Immobilien GmbH for 10 years. He was then responsible for the asset management of the listed Alta Fides AG and successfully accompanied the sale of the company to a Swiss investor.

As a studied real estate economist and expert for real estate valuation, he prepared a large number of market value appraisals. For institutional companies, he worked for many years in mortgage lending value determination and location analysis.

Ferdinand von Rom is a partner in a renowned law firm in Frankfurt am Main.

He has substantial experience in the areas of stock corporation and group law, in particular with regard to takeovers, mergers and other measures under the German Transformation Act (Umwandlungsgesetz) and cross-border mergers of companies. 

In addition, he regularly advises board members of leading German companies with regard to duties and modern corporate governance as well as institutional investors in connection with their investment in listed German stock corporations.