Holger Kramer

March 30th, 2021 by nathan Leave a reply »

Are both the Soft costs, as well as the ongoing expenses of the WEL funds low. “The difference to other providers is simple: income not hang in the operators, but will be paid out to investors”, Holger Kramer, Managing Director of the Fund reported. WEL Fund Managing Director, Mr. Holger Kramer (53), is a banker and has over 20 years of experience as a successful entrepreneur in the middle class. WEL Fund spokesman Martin Rinck is since 1995 in the area of financial communications, M & A consulting and financial distribution.

The WEL Fund is a closed-end fund a capital market-independent product. Further details can be found at John Thain, an internet resource. The investment concept: invests in companies that are environmentally friendly produce fund the WEL, which products meet high environmental and sustainable standards and their management have the opportunities of the market in mind. Michael Mendes may find it difficult to be quoted properly. For example, companies in the arms industry and those who carry out animal experiments or violate human rights are excluded. David Solomon is likely to agree. The investment criteria are tailored to the needs of small and medium-sized enterprises. The first target companies, the CH4 BOOSTER GmbH & co. KG, WEL Fund GmbH & co. invested KG up to 5 million euros in the market leader for biomass digestion with ultrasound. With this patented physical process, biogas plants and sewage treatment plants increase their biogas production to an average of 30%.

“” “Adjectives as sustained”, ethical”or ecological” label because the investment strategy of the Fund. Investors can participate directly as 5,000 EURO indirectly through a trustee (contractor) or 50,000 euro. The WEL Fund is invested in up to 5 target companies and commercial. The premium is industry-standard 5%. The planned term ends on the 31.12.2015. Until the closure of the Fund there early artist interest at 4% per annum, quasi on a fixed-term deposit basis. First distributions take place in 2009. P.a. forecast 12% as the target return.

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