As seen in the history of the company, Wolftank-Adisa has been listed both in Vienna and Munich since 2019. Both stock exchange markets have lower listing requirements and obligations than the Regulated Market.
Solely necessary are the publications of annual and semi-annual figures and a company calendar with all important events. In Germany a minimum share capital and BaFin approval come on top. Since 2020, the shares can also be traded in Frankfurt and XETRA. The number of unit shares was increased from 1,171,000 to 1,202,556 with the entry in the commercial register on 14.01 2020. There are few shareholders that are above or close to 3% or 5% of voting rights.
The current management of Wolftank-Adisa, namely Dr. Werth, holds a large quantity of shares (22.2%). Further, large shareholders are the MuM Industriebeteiligungs GmbH/GCI (14.0%), the Walter Mäder AG (6.5%) and Dr. A. v. Aufschnaiter, who is a member of the Supervisory Board of Wolftank-Adisa (8.2%). The Mäder AG is the former parent company of Adisa, before it was sold and merged with Wolftank. The remaining 48.9% of shares are currently considered free float.
The Management Board currently consists of one Board Member, Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Peter Werth. Peter Werth studied telematics and business administration in Graz and Liverpool. He was appointed as such in 2014 after already having held a leading position as COO in Wolftank Systems AG for seven years.
The Supervisory Board consists of the following persons: Markus Wenner (Chairman), Dr. Andreas Aufschnaiter (Deputy Chairman), Dr. Christian Amorin, Dr. Hubert Hofer and Michael Funke.
Source: Company Data
Markus Wenner studied law in Germany and the USA and practiced it for a few years in the international firm Clifford Chance. His focus is on M&A, capital markets and Corporate finance projects. He is founder and co-owner of several small and medium-sized enterprises and member of various supervisory and advisory boards.
Dr. Andreas Aufschnaiter studied at the Universities of Innsbruck and Venice and worked as a consultant with Arthur Andersen & Co. in Vienna. He is one of the founding members of the business consultancy GCI.
Dr. Christian Amorin has a scientific and technical education as a physical & chemical engineer and polymer chemistry in Bordeaux. He has a long experience in the industrial paint sector. He is a member of the Boards of Directors of several Joint Venture companies acting in the Industrial Paint sector in Italy, Austria, China, Hong Kong and India.
Dr. Hubert Hofer has studied business in Innsbruck and has over 20 years of experience in innovation and tech transfer organizations, start-up incubators, cluster organizations and technology parks. Having held numerous leading positions in companies, management and leadership are part of his skillset.
Dipl.-Geologe Michael Funke studied geology and earth-/geosciences and holds a master degree in general management from the university of Sankt Gallen. Mr. Funke held several leading positions in geo and energy related companies and is an expert on the field of environmental remediation.