Stuttgart, 10. August 2021 – Environmental awareness, social responsibility and sustainability in general are becoming increasingly important in the financial and real estate industry. The AIF Capital Group does not want to meet a minimum standard in this respect, but wants to go further and therefore decided to become a member of the ICG (Institute for corporate governance in the german real estate industry). The ICG focuses on corporate governance and wants to establish sustainable and value-oriented standards in the German real estate industry within this framework.
AIF Capital Group are experts for regulated alternative investment funds. The group acts as investor, BaFin-licensed trustee and asset manager to facilitate high-yielding property investment opportunities for institutional investors. The company is a member of the ECORE and ICG sustainability initiatives and is a signatory of the UN PRI The group was founded in 2006 as a subsidiary of Bankhaus Ellwanger & Geiger in Stuttgart. In 2017, Mario Caroli and Ralf Schlautmann assumed full control of the company via a management buy-out. Since then, the group has been striving to make classical asset management more innovative and dynamic while offering an outstanding quality of service. AIF Capital currently employs 43 specialists, has own equity of € 5.6 million and manages assets with a total volume of around € 1 billion.