Corporate management

Board of directors

Alexander Hobohm

Alexander Hobohm

Alexander Hobohm studied law at the Universities of Mainz and Göttingen. As a lawyer, he manages the law firm Hobohm and colleagues, which was founded in 1959 by lawyer Martin Hobohm († 2001) and now has several branches in Germany. In addition to private individuals, the law firm also consults large international companies.

Alexander Hobohm

Dr Victoria Stein-Hobohm

Dr Victoria Stein-Hobohm

Victoria Stein-Hobohm studied law at the University of Mainz. After graduation, she received her doctorate in law (summa cum laude). She was a lawyer, judge and prosecutor until she moved to the Rhineland-Palatinate Ministry of Justice in Mainz, where she served as senior ministerial councillor.

Dr Victoria Stein-Hobohm

Maximilian V. Hobohm, LL.M.

Maximilian V. Hobohm, LL.M.

Maximilian Hobohm studied law at the Universities of Saarbrucken and Bern. During his studies, which he completed magna cum laude, he specialised in financial law, corporate law, and health law (drug approval) as well as the solution of sustainability challenges from a legal perspective. He is currently writing his dissertation at the University of Bern. Moreover he holds supervisory board mandates of various companies. His home town Alzey, where he is a member of the city council for many years, awarded him the honorary pin for merit for the benefit of the general public.

Maximilian V. Hobohm, LL.M.

Dr Dr Lukas M.A. Hobohm MD

Dr Dr Lukas M.A. Hobohm MD

Lukas Hobohm studied human medicine at the Medical University of Vienna, received his austrian doctorate and was awarded the highest academic grade. Currently he is working as a resident physician and a research fellow at the University Medical Center of Mainz and received his german doctorate 2019 with the academic grade magna cum laude.

Dr Dr Lukas M.A. Hobohm MD

 

Supervisory board

Christoph Bach

Christoph Bach

Christoph Bach has studied business administration at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management in Frankfurt am Main and finance at the Academy of German Cooperatives in Montabaur and the European Business School in Oestrich Winkel. While taking the latter two courses, he also completed internal trainee programs at a large German cooperative bank and has been a professional active in private banking and wealth management since 2009. The focus of his professional activities is investments in securities, foreign exchange, and tangible assets.

Christoph Bach