Detlef Dinsel, Chairman of the Supervisory Board (Dipl.-Ing., MBA)
Managing Partner, Chairman of the Investment Committee and member of the Executive Committee of IK Investment Partners, Hamburg & London After his studies of mechanical engineering at the university of Stuttgart and at the technical university of Munich, as well as after passing his Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) examination with INSEAD at Fontainebleau, Mr. Detlef Dinsel worked for the international strategy consulting firm Bain & Company Inc., Munich, at first as a project manager and later on as a member of the executive board. Subsequently, he was in the position of Vice President Corporate Development and Divisions Manager for Hilti Group in Liechtenstein and Basle. After that he was chairman of the executive board of a Swiss industrial enterprise. In 1996 he became the managing director of a large European Buyout Fund where he was responsible for German-speaking business (Germany, Switzerland, Austria). Detlef Dinsel joined the Allgeier SE Supervisory Board in June 2001 and holds a significant share in Allgeier himself. He advises the group on strategic and operational matters. Detlef Dinsel holds office on the following comparable supervisory bodies of domestic or foreign business undertakings: ZytoService GmbH, Hamburg (chairman), Transnorm System GmbH, Harsum (deputy chairman), IK Investment Partners Ltd., London, UK, Aposan GmbH, Cologne (chairman), SVT Beteiligungen GmbH, Seevetal (chairman), IK Investment Partners S.A.R.L., Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Winkelmann Group, Ahlen (deputy chairman), Schenck Process GmbH, Darmstadt (deputy chairman), Schock GmbH, Regen (chairman)
Christian Eggenberger (Management consultant; Dipl.-Kaufmann)
Managing Partner of CHE Consulting GmbH A graduate in business administration and law of the university of St. Gallen, Switzerland, Mr. Christian Eggenberger became project manager for restructurings with an auditing company. Moreover, he was responsible for corporate development with a Swiss industrial enterprise. For several years, he managed a medium-sized industrial business until it was sold. He occupied several top management positions at Allgeier before he became a member of the Allgeier SE Supervisory Board in December 2009. Christian Eggenberger is a member of the following statutory supervisory boards: Focus Beteiligungen AG, Basel, Schweiz (chairman of the Board of Directors), doc.coach AG, Basel, Schweiz (member of the Board of Directors), Focus Discount AG, Basel (chairman of the Board of Directors)
Thies Eggers, Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board (Certified Auditor)
Independent certified auditor Mr. Thies Eggers is an independent certified auditor under German law and acts as well as consultant for acquisitions and company evaluations. Prior, he was head of the Munich office of the global accounting and management consulting firm of Arthur Andersen, where he was a partner between 1980 and 1997. He is a member of the supervisory boards of various public and private companies. Thies Eggers finished his studies in economics and law in 1973. Thies Eggers joined the Allgeier SE Supervisory Board in August 2003. Thies Eggers is a member of the following statutory supervisory boards: Bayerische Gewerbebau AG, Munich (chairman), Plenum AG, Frankfurt am Main, SBF AG, Leipzig
Carl Georg Dürschmidt, Chairman of the Executive Board
After studying business economics, Mr. Carl Georg Dürschmidt first worked for the family business. In 1986, he joined an international business consultancy, where he was in charge of the strategic advisory of small and mediumsized enterprises. As from 1989, he was working for an investment company which mainly developed participations in German SMEs. After a successful IPO of one of these companies, he joined the Executive Board in 1992. After the foundation of a private investment company together with partners, he was responsible for the development and management of a portfolio of SMEs. In 2001, Carl Georg Dürschmidt and partners took over the block of shares from the founder of Allgeier. Since then Carl Georg Dürschmidt holds a significant share in Allgeier SE. In October 2003, he joined the Executive Board of the company.
Dr. Marcus Goedsche
Dr. Marcus Goedsche has been a member of Allgeier SE’s Executive Board since 2008. He is responsible for the financial, legal and HR affairs of Allgeier group as well as M&A and other transactions. He also takes care of the leadership and development of various group companies and segments. Previously he was a member of Allgeier SE’s management from 2007 in the function of general counsel. Marcus Goedsche advised Allgeier on various transactions as an external consultant before finally joining the company. After graduating in law, he was initially active as an attorney-at-law and partner at an international law firm in the field of corporate law since 2000. He obtained his doctorate in 2002 with a thesis on stock corporation law. He advised numerous companies on matters concerning corporate and capital market law. His professional focus covered consulting on M&A and restructuring transactions, venture capital and other investment transactions, capital market transactions and the launch of investment funds and other financial assets.
Mr. Hubert Rohrer has been a member of Allgeier SE’s Executive Board since 2013. Mr. Rohrer started his career in 1986 at Allgeier Computer GmbH as head of sales at the French subsidiary. He assumed responsibility for managing this company in 1989, expanding it over the subsequent years to become an established provider of ERP and DMS business software solutions. Hubert Rohrer moved to join the Management Board of Allgeier Computer AG in 1999, from where he helped to implement the IPO in 2000, and was responsible for the successful restructuring of the operating IT business. Hubert Rohrer has been a member of the Group’s top management for many years, and heads up the Allgeier Enterprise Services Division.
Manas Fuloria, PhD
Mr. Manas Fuloria (PhD) has been a member of Allgeier SE’s Executive Board since 2014. Manas Fuloria joined Allgeier in 2011 through the acquisition of Nagarro Inc., where he was a co-founder and the executive responsible for Europe. He has a background in technology and operations management with a master’s degree in the subject from Stanford University as well as a doctorate from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. His first job was as a researcher with the Harvard Business School’s Technology and Operations Management group, from where he went on to consult on operations strategy with Fortune 500 companies in the US and Europe. His subsequent entrepreneurial efforts focused on the fast growing area of software products and services. Due to his academic training as well as his business experience spanning three continents, Manas Fuloria is entrusted with designing and guiding the development of Allgeier’s global services division, Nagarro.