Supervisory Board

Dr. Jens Bodenkamp (Presidency):

 Dr Bodenkamp is currently active as a Business Angel.

Previously he was Managing Director of the ETF Group Deutschland GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of the globally active venture capital firm ETF Group based in Lugano, Switzerland, responsible for the German language market segment.

Dr Bodenkamp directed Intel Corporation’s broadband programme in Europe, responsible for strategy, strategic alliances, marketing and targeted investments in the broadband space. Prior to that he gained substantial experience in a range of technical and senior executive positions with Intel in the United States and Germany, and in 1995 assumed responsibility for Intel’s European investment strategy.

Dr Bodenkamp has served on the Boards of several companies, and holds a PhD in physics.

 Erich Hoffmann:

Erich Hoffmann is a Member of the Supervisory Board of Navigator Equity Solutions SE since October 2004.

Currently, he works as a consulting engineer and has also successfully supported a number of start-up companies since the year 2000. Mr Hoffmann is founder of ContTect GmbH, a producer of testing systems that was merged with a British competitor to aeco N.V. in the course of it listing on the Neuer Markt /Frankfurt) in July 2000. As a Member of the Management Board, Mr. Hoffmann was responsible for the technology department. Prior to this, he held the position of a managing director at Dr. Schenk GmbH, a producer of testing systems, where he was in charge of the “systems engineering” department. Mr Hoffmann started his career as an engineer at Deutsche Telekom.

He graduated in electronic engineering at FH Munich


The Supervisory Board of Navigator Equity Solutions SE consists of two members. The Supervisory Board is charged with supervising the policy of the Management Board and general course of events of the company and the enterprise affiliated to it. The Supervisory Board assists the Management Board by giving advice. In performing their duties, the Supervisory Directors concentrate on the interests of the company and the enterprise affiliated to it. The Supervisory Board has no specific objectives with respect to diversity. In general, the selection of Supervisory Board Memebers follows the criteria of qualification and dedication. Supervisory Board Members are appointed by the shareholders’ meeting. Each Supervisory Board Member may be suspended or dismissed by the shareholders’ meeting. As the Supervisory Board of the company has only two members, the tasks of an Audit Committee, Remuneration Committee and a Selection and Appointment Committee have been assumed by the full Supervisory Board