Management

Mag. Thomas Seikmann

CEO

Graduated in business administration at the University of Economics WU Vienna. CEO and co-proprietor of the Dayland Group since 2006.

Beforehand, Thomas Seikmann was acting partner of the Soravia Group Slovakia from 1997 – 2006. He was in charge of the implementation of the overall structures in the fields of project development, construction, leasing, operations, facility management and marketing.


Mag. Dominika Seikmann

CFO

Graduate with “Eastern Europe Master Class” distinction at the University of Economics in Vienna. Responsible for finances at the Dayland Group since 2007.

Prior to this, worked in a leading position at STRABAG AG and the Soravia Group.


Wolfgang Kogler

Chairman Supervisory Board

The PhD is a specialist in real estate law, corporate law and tort law. He passed his PhD with distinction and is characterized by entrepreneurship and practical approach. Dr. Kogler is chairman of the supervisory board at Dayland.


Hannes Michael Kirchner

Deputy Chairman Supervisory Board

Mr. Hannes Kirchner graduated at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, was in leadership positions at Raiffeisen and Hypo Bank and is currently represented in numerous management boards acting  for a group of private investors, in the field of alternative energy and real estate in Austria and internationally.


Claudia Schön

Supervisory Borad

The PhD and tax consultant is a managing director of the consulting firm Dr. Kriechbaum and is specialized in business start-ups, business transfers, restructuring and investment models.Graduated with an Executive MBA at the SMA Vienna. Since 2008, associate and acting partner in the Dayland Group Croatia.


Jasmin Soravia LL.M.

Supervisory Board

The business economist and tax consultant with passed developer’s examination, mananged at the Soravia Group the Taxation and Law department, at the Strabag AG she was the head of the Asset Management department and is now the regional director at Conwert, responsible for Austria and CEE.