Capital market investments are sometimes the main asset class of single family offices. Investments are made in equities, funds, ETFs and the like. We present three interesting German single family offices that invest in financial markets. This article is based on the unique List of the 200 most important single family offices in Germany.
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Beisheim Capital GmbH
Beisheim Capital GmbH is the asset management company of the Beisheim Foundation and aims to maintain and increase the Foundation’s assets. The Düsseldorf-based GmbH reviews its investment strategy and portfolio twice a year – in addition to ethical principles, the asset management company places particular emphasis on transparency and the high quality of its investments. The Single Family Office of the Otto Beisheim family also pays attention to diversification – geographically and in various asset classes: thus, in addition to real estate investments and strategic participations, the SFO invests in stocks and bonds, mainly through mandates.
A&V holding GmbH & Co. KG
The A&V holding GmbH & Co. KG is the asset management company of the Ackermans-Voelkel family. In 1989 Gerhard Ackermans sold his shares in the Allkauf Group, which has since been taken over by Metro AG. The profit was used to create the family assets and thus the Single Family Office A&V holding. In addition to investments in real estate as well as in real estate project developments, private equity investments and corporate investments, the GmbH & Co. KG invests in securities.
Reimann Investors Advisory GmbH
Reimann Investors Advisory GmbH is the single family office of the Reimann-Dubbers family. In 1999 Reimann-Dubbers separated from the former family business and founded their own asset management company in 2006. This focuses on two investment areas: Corporate investments and capital market investments. The Grünwald-based company uses a core-satellite approach for capital market investments: the focus is on low-cost ETFs, which are supplemented by targeted individual investments. A special feature of the family office is that they opened up their capital market investments in 2009: outside the family, too, there is the opportunity to participate in the investment concept of Reimann Investors Advisory GmbH and invest in the capital market in the same way.
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