Ulrich Höller becomes Chairman of GEG’s Supervisory Board

Ulrich Höller becomes Chairman of GEG’s Supervisory Board

Published at: 2019-04-05 11:20 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Ulrich Höller becomes Chairman of GEG’s Supervisory Board – Christian Bock appointed to the Management Board

Ulrich Höller (53), Chairman of the Management Board of GEG German Estate Group AG, Frankfurt, has assumed the position of Chairman of the Supervisory Board. He will continue to assist GEG in the company’s day-to-day business from this new position, in an advisory capacity. Furthermore, Christian Bock (39), hitherto Head of Institutional Business at GEG, has been appointed to GEG’s Management Board as COO. The Management Board will henceforth consist of two members; Christian Bock and CFO Thomas Hartmann. The previous Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Prof. Dr Gerhard Schmidt, will continue to be a part of the Supervisory Board as an ordinary member.

Prof. Dr Gerhard Schmidt comments: “Since the foundation of GEG, Ulrich Höller has turned the company into one of the leading players on the German real estate market – within a very short period of time. GEG has carried out spectacular acquisitions and project developments, and is highly profitable, with assets under management of already more than €3.6 billion. The company’s shareholders would like to thank Ulrich Höller for his admirable commitment and remarkable success in building up the company during his time as a member of the Management Board. In addition, we are very pleased that he will continue to make his comprehensive leadership experience, his profound knowledge, and his excellent network available to the company as Chairman of the Supervisory Board. We were able to attain an experienced and knowledgeable manager from within our company for our Management Board. From the very first day, Christian Bock has helped to successfully shape this company. With this new Management and Supervisory Board constellation, GEG’s setup is still top-notch.”

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