EN DE

BUISINESS MODEL

INVESTMENT FOCUS - ACTIVE INVESTMENTS:

The Droege Group invests equity in "special opportunities" with a focus on medium-sized companies and group spin-offs or carve-outs, as well as strategically investing in buy & build transactions and in companies with successor issues.

As an active entrepreneur with a long-term investment horizon, Droege Group concentrates its investments on:

Restructurings, underperformers, turnaround

Growth potential and megatrend oriented companies

Minority shareholding of existing shareholders (owner buy-out)

With its entrepreneurial approach, the Droege Group has successfully positioned itself in the market both nationally and internationally and operates with its portfolio companies in around 30 countries.

INVESTMENT FOCUS - PASSIVE MINORITIES:

In addition, the Droege Group invests in funds with a clear positioning and via direct investments in growth companies that want to scale or internationalize their business model together with the Droege Group's entrepreneurial platforms.

BOARDS

Management Board

Dr. Ernest-W. Droege

BOARD MEMBER AND CEO

Walter P. J. Droege

FOUNDER AND BOARD MEMBER

External Members of Supervisory Board:

Herbert H. Jacobi

CHAIRMAN

Dr. Simone Kämpfer

Prof. Dr. Gustavo Möller-Hergt

Management-Team:

The Droege Group's management team consists of recognized experts in the areas of investments, operations, portfolio management, legal, human resources, real estate and communications. In addition, the Droege Group has a network of experts who bundle and implement benchmark expertise in individual portfolio companies.

Career opportunities:

Would you like to be part of a successful team where you are encouraged and challenged?

Rosa Loy | 2009

DAS WIE AM WAS: Rosa Loy's figurative motif could simply be interpreted as "women in a kitchen garden". However, the scene only appears clear at first glance. The women's 1950s-style clothing, the strong resemblance between the two working women and the title of the work "Growing the Four Elements of the Kitchen" are puzzling. The WHAT, which at first seems ordinary and unmistakable, is called into question by the HOW.