The DCM AG has recast its Board. Munich, 21.06.2012. Dr. Wulf Meinel will be responsible for in particular the relationships of the Munich-based emission House to institutional investors as new Chairman of the Board in addition to the product purchase, the ministries of finance and planning. The retail distribution and marketing remain under the responsibility of Alfred Dietrich. Click Amazon for additional related pages. Dr.
Jorg Autschbach is retired at his own request from the Board and left the company. The doctorate lawyer Meinel previously worked 11 years at the international financial investor Carlyle Group. There he was responsible for the investment of the real estate fund in Germany and Central Europe most recently as Managing Director. He has international experience in the purchase of assets, as well as the structuring of investments. The economist Alfred Dietrich most recently was Managing Director of the Dusseldorf solar fund provider Voigt & Collegen in Saxon funds management for many years. There he was responsible for the distribution of investment products to banks. Since December, 2011 He joined the Board of DCM. Beyond ownership of DCM AG from the circle around the company’s founder Hans Deinbock joined the family-owned company Texon Polska Sp.
z.o.o.., Elblag, Poland. Texon is active in the energy sector for many years, among others with their Polish alternative investments venture capital firm, and has collaborated extensively with institutional investors. The shareholders of the new owner, the family Kucharczyk, have an excellent network of Polish politics, economics, which will bring in future projects of DCM. The Munich lawyer Stephan Jaeger took over the chairmanship of the Supervisory Board of DCM. Other members are the specialist for business development and financing, Dr. Thiemo Hagedorn, as well as diploma Marek Kucharczyk as representative of the owner. We are certain that Dr. Meinel significantly advance the company with his experience in the real estate industry and his expertise in the demanding business with institutional investors “explains Marek Kucharczyk as representative of the new owner, Texon. Dr. Wulf Meinel sees great opportunities for the DCM AG: energy and transport we can build on the history of the company of a long established emission House, the high competence of the staff and the management existing in the areas of real estate, successfully. We proceed with the new owners in interesting, international markets. We will selectively edit the German, but also the Polish market and for attractive investment choice, especially for institutional investors, while creating numerous synergies.