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Alexander Lühr

As the son of a Swiss family of hoteliers, Alexander Lühr (born in 1973) got to know all aspects of the hotel industry during his childhood in the Swiss Alps. After leaving school, he changed to the financial sector. In addition to training as a banker at Schweizerische Kreditanstalt, he studied financial economics and completed additional training as a financial planner. This was followed by positions at the international investment banks Credit Suisse First Boston and ABN AMRO. As a bond trader as well as a securities and portfolio analyst, he gained enormous experience in the capital market in the areas of investments and risk management. As a renowned expert, he later moved into the role of advisor and asset manager for high net worth individuals, family offices and institutional clients at the leading Swiss and Liechtenstein private banks LGT, Maerki Baumann and VP Bank. His spectrum includes the financing of real estate and hotel projects, the arrangement of investors and various M&A transactions, such as the sale of a renowned five-star hotel in the canton of Ticino.

Dr. Christoph Urbanek
Legal Counsel

After studying law at the University of Vienna, Christoph Urbanek (born 1977) began his career at Kommunalkredit Austria as in-house counsel. After working for one year at Cerha Hempel's predecessor organization in the Banking & Finance department, he continued his trainee period at DLA Piper in the Finance and Projects team in 2004 and was admitted to the bar in 2008. At DLA Piper Weiss- Tessbach in Vienna, he worked for almost 17 years, nine of which as an equity partner. Since 2021, he has been an equity partner at Schindler Attorneys in Vienna and heads the Real Estate Finance department. In addition, he is a lecturer at the University of Vienna, FH Vienna, etc. Dr. Christoph Urbanek is now one of Austria's leading lawyers in the field of real estate finance and real estate law. In particular, he handles international transactions, both in German-speaking countries and in all countries of Central and Eastern Europe. His clients include national and international investors, banks and project developers. In recent years, he has advised on numerous projects and transactions, particularly in the area of hotel real estate, such as the sale of the Hilton Vienna Park to South Korean investors.

Mario Tunkowitsch
Finance and Capital Markets, Prokurist

Mario Tunkowitsch (born 1968) is a trained stockbroker and started his career at Creditanstalt Bankverein (today UniCredit/Bank Austria Group). He has been working in stock trading since July 1990. He successfully managed the institutional sales area at Bank Austria/UniCredit Group for many years. Since 2013, he has been Head of Securities Trading at Wiener Privatbank SE. In addition, Mario Tunkowitsch accompanied several real estate projects, especially in the field of project financing, brokerage of institutional investors and joint venture partners.

Maximilian Fischer
Head of Investor Relations

After studying economics, the trained banker and business graduate began his career in 1994 at the auditing and tax consulting firm Price Waterhouse. From 1997 to 2001, Maximilian Fischer (born 1965) worked in the finance department of Siemens AG, most recently in the Investor Relations team, where he was the IR contact during the NYSE IPO in the USA. Until 2004, he was Head of Investor Relations and Group Press Officer of an SDAX stock. He then founded max. Equity Marketing GmbH in Munich, which specializes in investor relations and capital market consulting. Since then, he has accompanied numerous capital market transactions, in particular bond issues and IPOs, and has an enormous network in the field of capital markets. Maximilian Fischer is also the author of numerous articles on investor relations.

Sebastian Lackner
Financial Services

Sebastian Lackner (born 1973) is an auditor and tax consultant. After studying economics in Vienna, he started his career at KPMG. Afterwards he became managing director and equity partner of "CURA" Treuhand- und Revisionsgesellschaft m.b.H. His areas of expertise include advising companies on tax and corporate matters, assisting with reorganizations and conducting audits of financial statements.

Supervisory Board

Jürgen Geisler
Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Jürgen Geisler (born in 1967) successfully implemented his first real estate projects while studying to become a real estate agent. After his studies, he founded his first real estate company and initially specialized in the acquisition, renovation and sale of listed old town houses in Regensburg. He then increasingly concentrated on the hotel and tourism real estate sector. Project developments followed in Germany, Austria, Koh Samui (Thailand) and Malawi. His spectrum includes greenfield developments, the renovation and conversion of existing hotel properties, leasing to well-known hotel companies, operating on his own account and the successful sale of individual properties. He was or is the owner and co-owner of numerous attractive hotel and tourism properties in Germany and Austria. Jürgen Geisler is also active as an investor and is involved in over 20 companies, mainly in the real estate sector.

Thomas Mühlberger
Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board

After studying business administration and philosophy in Munich and Augsburg, Thomas Mühlberger (born in 1967) began his career of more than 25 years in investment banking and asset management at numerous well- known companies. Among other things, he was instrumental in building up the Debt Capital Markets division of a Frankfurt investment bank into one of the market leaders. In this position, he accompanied more than 30 transactions and placed a volume of well over half a billion euros on the capital market. One of the focal points here was the financing of real estate companies via the capital market and alternative forms of financing.

Stefan Frey
Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board

A trained banker with additional training as an stock exchange trader and market maker at the Vienna Stock Exchange Academy, Stefan Frey has more than 20 years of professional experience in the institutional distribution of securities. In the process, Stefan Frey (born 1978) held numerous management positions at well-known companies. As a member of the CIO (Chief Investment Office Team) of a Swiss family office with offices in Vienna, Zurich and Hamburg, he was responsible for multi-asset investments in equities, real assets and real estate. This was followed by several years of management functions with staff responsibility as an authorized signatory of a licensed securities and asset management company based in Vienna. In the course of his activities, he established numerous cooperations with international trading partners and was responsible for relationship management with national and international institutional clients for many years. Stefan Frey has accompanied numerous real estate transactions and has profound experience in the implementation of risk management structures.

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