MainSky Asset Management AG
D-60323 Frankfurt am Main
Fon: +49 69 - 150 49 680-0
Fax: +49 69 - 150 49 680-29
Dr. Eckhard Schulte (CEO),
Jürgen Ganßleben (COO)
Chairman of the Supervisory Board:
Frankfurt am Main District Court
Responsible for journalistic and editorial contents (according to § 55 Abs. 2 RStV):
Dr. Eckhard Schulte
MainSky Asset Management AG is a financial services institution within the meaning of §1 Para. 1a KWG and is licensed by the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) to provide financial services in the form of investment brokerage (§1 Para. 1a KWG). 1a Sentence 2 No. 1 KWG), investment advice (§1 Paragraph 1a Sentence 2 No. 1a KWG), acquisition brokerage (§1 Paragraph 1a Sentence 2 No. 2 KWG) and financial portfolio management (§1 Paragraph 1a Sentence 2 No. 3 KWG) and is subject to the supervision of BaFin in this respect.
Federal Financial Supervisory Authority
Graurheindorfer Str. 108, 53117 Bonn, Germany
Marie-Curie-Str. 24-28, 60439 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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The Ordinance on the Remuneration of Institutions contains minimum supervisory requirements for the remuneration systems of financial services institutions, which are intended to prevent harmful incentives to incur disproportionately high risks. These are therefore regulations to ensure financial market stability.
MainSky Asset Management AG is obliged to have an appropriate remuneration system. The company is thus subject to the general requirements of the Institute Remuneration Ordinance. The special requirements for the internal remuneration system according to §§ 5, 6 and 8 of the Institute Remuneration Ordinance are not applicable, as MainSky Asset Management AG is a small institution due to its size, the balance sheet total and the type of business activity.
The remuneration systems are geared to achieving the company's goals. The company's business model requires that all members of the Management Board and employees think and act in the long term in the interests of the customer and thus also in their own interest. The appropriateness of the remuneration systems is reviewed annually and adjusted if necessary. The structure of the remuneration systems is in line with the corporate strategy and target figures.
The employees of MainSky Asset Management AG receive a fixed basic remuneration in line with the market and function; in addition, some of the employees receive a target and performance-oriented variable remuneration. Guaranteed variable remuneration and contractually fixed compensation claims are not provided for in the context of employment contracts. The installed remuneration system means that employees are not significantly dependent on variable remuneration.
In addition, a sales employee hired as of January 1, 2018 receives a performance-related variable remuneration. If sales are successful, the variable component could significantly exceed the fixed component. This regulation is both customary in the industry and compatible with the business objectives of MainSky Asset Management AG. This does not constitute an incentive to take additional risks.
The Supervisory Board is responsible for the remuneration system of the Management Board. The remuneration received by the Management Board for its work at MainSky Asset Management AG is specified in the employment contract. The remuneration of the Management Board consists of a fixed remuneration and an additional annual bonus. The amount of the bonus depends on the annual result from the normal business activities of MainSky Asset Management AG. The installed remuneration system means that the members of the Management Board are not significantly dependent on variable remuneration.
In the area of control units, the remuneration system does not provide any incentives that would run counter to the monitoring function of this unit; in these areas, remuneration is predominantly fixed.
As of December 31, 2017, the staff of MainSky Asset Management AG consisted of two members of the Management Board and four permanent employees. Personnel expenses (salaries, remuneration of the Management Board and social security contributions and expenses for pensions) amounted to EUR 754,427 in the 2017 financial year, including EUR 87,896 in variable remuneration for five beneficiaries. With this 11.7% ratio of variable remuneration components, employees are not significantly dependent on variable remuneration.
We are a member of the Verband unabhängiger Vermögensverwalter Deutschland e.V. (Association of Independent Asset Managers Germany) and are obliged by its statutes to participate in dispute settlement proceedings of the VuV-Ombudsstelle.
The arbitration board of the Association of Independent Asset Managers Germany e.V. is responsible for property disputes arising from financial service contracts. (VuV) is responsible:
60596 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
MainSky Asset Management AG was named one of Citywire's top 50 independent asset managers in Germany in September 2017.
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