The Management Board
CA Immo is managed by three experienced individuals whose diverse abilities complement one another ideally.
Bruno Ettenauer (CEO)
Florian Nowotny (CFO)
has been appointed to the Executive Board of CA Immobilien Anlagen AG as Chief Financial Officer with effect from 1 October 2012. Florian Nowotny joined CA Immo Group in 2008. In addition to his function as Head of Capital Markets he has been a board member of the subsidiary Europolis AG and managing director of the CA Immo New Europe Property Fund. Before joining CA Immo, Florian Nowotny had been working as an investment banker in Vienna and London for almost 10 years. Florian Nowotny is a graduate of the Vienna University of Economics and Business and holds an MBA from Insead/Fontainebleau. Term of office ends: 30.9.2015
Bernhard H. Hansen (CDO)
born 25. 7.1954
As real estate expert he contributes decades of experience in projekt business to the CA Immo Group. Mr. Hansen managed his first real estate projects with Strabag Bau AG, the United States Army Corps of Engineers and other organisations; he also headed the construction department of the European Space Agency. He joined Deutsche Bank AG in 1992, where he took charge of project development for a subsidiary company. From 1996 onwards he served on the management boards of Deutsche Interhotel Holding GmbH & Co. KG and other companies, including DB Immobilien. He joined the executive board of DB Station & Service AG in 2000. Bernhard H. Hansen became the chairman of the Vivico (since 1.7.2011: CA Immo Deutschland GmbH) Management Board on 1st January 2006 and joins the Management Board of CA Immo as of 1st October 2009. Mr. Hansen oversees the Groupís full range of development activities including initial letting in his capacity as the CDO (Chief Development Officer) at CA Immo; his field also covers the Groupís technical units. Term of office ends: 30.9.2015
The Supervisory Board
The Supervisory Board of CA Immo comprises a sufficient number of specialists with excellent reputations who are independent of the company and its Management Board.
Univ.-Prof. DDr. Waldemar Jud
Barbara A. Knoflach
Depending on the significance of particular issues, the Supervisory Board also performs its monitoring functions through committees: