The founder of the AG is Falk Raudies (born 1974). As sole director he is directly responsible for the selection of properties and purchase negotiations of the company. He has a long experience in the valuation and purchase of real estates. Mr. Raudies also spent many years as a member of the management and supervisory boards of several IT companies. At the age of 17 he founded his first company in the IT industry, which he successfully sold at the age of 26. From the earnings he made the first investments in real estate. Today these activities are carried out in the 2010 founded RAT Asset & Trading AG, based in Pullach in the Isar valley. The Aktiengesellschaft holds 66.1% of the share capital of FCRI Immobilien. This company also acquires and manages domestic and foreign participations, especially in the IT sector, trades with IT hardware and software and provides consulting services in this area.
The Supervisory Board is composed of three persons:
Chairman of the Supervisory Board is Prof. Dr. Franz-Joseph Busse (1948). He teaches Finance, Banking, Insurance and Risk Management at of the University of Applied Sciences Munich. For many years he has been considered an expert in investment management and advises banks and financial service providers. In 1987 he founded the company INFINANZ Institute for Finance and Investment Management Munich.
Hanjo Schneider (1961) was managing director of international corporations, including Dun & Bradstreet and Danzas, in Europe, Asia and the USA. Under his management, from 2002 as CEO, the Hermes Group became the largest private European parcel service provider with a sales volume of more than EUR 3 billion. In 2008, he was appointed to the Executive Board of the Otto Group, and in 2015 Chairman of the Supervisory Board.
Ludwig A. Fuchs (1965) was a consultant and partner at renowned management and Management consultancies such as Roland Berger and PFW. With these he founded the Realtime Technology AG in 1999. As CEO of this provider of 3D/Virtual Reality- software for industrial applications, he accelerated the growth of the AG from three to more than 500 employees and led the company to the stock exchange via an IPO. After the sale of shares to the French software company Dassault Systèmes he has been managing partner of FAMe Investment & Management GmbH, which has approximately 20 investments in technology start-ups and growth companies. The FaMe is responsible for the management of own assets, in particular for the management and acquisition of real estate, participations and other capital investments and holds, among other things, an 8.5% stake in FCR Immobilien.