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Transparency and integrity build trust - Interview with Achim Weick CEO EQS Group

| News | Gerlin Participaties

Society is making increasingly higher demands on companies and organizations with which it interacts. Can they be trusted to look after the wellbeing of their employees or those of their suppliers, to protect the environment, to prevent corruption and to inform both shareholders and other stakeholders according transparently?

Kendrion – Site visit Malente

| News | Teslin

Since 1996, Teslin has been investing in Kendrion, known as Schuttersveld at the time. Over the years we have experienced ups and downs with the company. Currently, both Teslin Participaties and Midlin hold stakes in Kendrion. While both funds operate under the umbrella of Teslin, they each have their own fund manager, responsible for making independent assessments and decisions. Teslin Participaties is the largest shareholder in Kendrion, holding a 21% stake, while Midlin holds a 3% stake.

Gerlin can issue participations again after successful restructuring

| News | Gerlin Participaties

On June 15th, the restructuring of Gerlin, which invests in small and medium-sized German listed companies, was successfully completed. With the execution of the final deed in a series of transactions, Gerlin NV merged into Gerlin Participaties Coöperatief UA.

Doing the right thing - Interview with Dr. Arne Schneider, CEO Elmos Semiconductor

| News | Gerlin Participaties

Elmos continued its positive business performance from the first quarter of 2022 with a significant increase in sales and earnings in Q2. The EBIT margin rose to 23.8% compared to 15.9% in the previous year. These results are particularly strong when considering further material price increases, the aftereffects of the pandemic and continuing geopolitical unrest. Despite the current challenges, CEO Arne Schneider is optimistic about the future.

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