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Capcora expands management team.

Frankfurt am Main, 02.01.2019

Jochen Magerfleisch joins Capcora's growing team as managing partner from 1st of January 2019. His focus is on expanding the successful activities in the field of renewable energies.

Jochen Magerfleisch has been a member of the advisory board of Capcora since August 2018. From beginning of 2019 he resigns from this position and joins the management and group of partners.

Jochen is a proven top manager in the energy and real estate industry and has decades of expertise in management positions in medium-sized and large companies. As managing director of a real estate subsidiary of the Volks- und Raiffeisenbank and board member responsible for marketing and sales at SÜBA BAU AG, he acquired comprehensive knowledge in the real estate industry. For the past ten years he has devoted himself to renewable energies. As a member of the executive board of juwi AG, one of the largest project developers in Germany and managing director of Schöller Wind GmbH, he gained in-depth market knowledge in the onshore wind and photovoltaic segment. Most recently, Jochen served as Executive Vice President of the international turbine manufacturer Senvion in Hamburg.

"Over the past few years, Capcora has rapidly evolved into a trusted partner for large-scale M&A and financing transactions for energy, infrastructure and real estate projects. I am looking forward to the new challenge in the coming years, which is to expand the range of services together with our team and to establish Capcora as one of the leading consulting companies for real assets in Germany. ", says Jochen Magerfleisch, new managing director of Capcora GmbH.

About Capcora:

Capcora is an on real assets specialized company consultancy and raises equity, mezzanine and debt capital for energy and infrastructure projects, real estate and mid-sized companies. The focus is in particular on mezzanine financing for the recapitalization of tied liquidity in existing portfolios as well as on interim financing of developments and construction measures in the field of renewable energies (photovoltaics, onshore wind) and real estate via alternative financing sources.