Am Kümmerling 24-26
D-55294 Bodenheim

Phone: + 49 6135 931 239
Fax: + 49 6135 950 016


Legal form: public limited company

Authorized representative of the board: Ernst Rudolf

Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Horst Farr, Würzburg

Head office: Bodenheim
Register court: Local court Mainz
Registration number: HRB 43612
KWG approval number: 117854

Sales tax identification number according to § 27 a sales tax law: DE 211630012

Responsible for the content: Ernst Rudolf

Competent supervisory authority:
CATUS AG Vermögensverwaltung as a securities institution pursuant to sec. Section 15 of the German Securities Trading Act (WpIG) is licensed and supervised by the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin).

Auditor 2021:
B+H Deutsche Revisionsgesellschaft mbH

Information in accordance with the Remuneration Ordinance for Institutions (Institutsvergütungsverordnung): All employees of the institution are paid fixed monthly remuneration. There are no performance-related remuneration elements. No employee can take high risk positions. Where bonuses are granted, they are paid out by the management in proportion to their monthly remuneration, depending on the earnings situation of the institution. No employees were granted bonuses in fiscal year 2021. On the reporting date of 31.12.2020, the Institute had 7 employees. The payroll in fiscal year 2020 amounted to incl. Management Board salaries 264 T€ (incl. AG-SV shares).

VuV Ombudsman’s Office

The Association of Independent Asset Managers Germany e. V. (VuV) has established a conciliation body in accordance with the EU Directive No. 2013/EU of 21.5.2013 on Alternative Dispute Resolution. Disputes between consumers and members of the VuV in connection with financial services transactions are to be settled before the VuV ombudsman in an out-of-court conciliation procedure.

CATUS AG is a member of the VuV and therefore affiliated to this arbitration board.

In the event that a customer complaint cannot be resolved directly between the parties, this gives customers the option of appealing to the conciliation body. The conciliation procedure is free of charge for the applicant.

The address of the VuV Ombudsman’s Office is:Logo_VuV_Ombudsman's Office

Stresemannallee 30
60596 Frankfurt am Main

Further information on the VuV ombudsman service (including communication data, rules of procedure, application form) is available at

Liability notice

Despite careful control of the contents, we do not assume any liability for the contents of external links. The operators of the linked pages are solely responsible for their content.
Protected trademarks and names, images and texts are not generally identified as such on our pages. However, the absence of such marking does not mean that it is a free name, image or text within the meaning of trademark law.

Photo credits

Catus AG, own pictures
ViaVerde: shutterstock, O. Le Moal

Our strategies for the inclusion of sustainability risks (Art. 3 Disclosure Regulation)


Due to legal regulations (Art. 3 Disclosure Regulation) we are obliged to provide the following information. We do not intend to advertise environmental or social features in our investment strategies or for other specific financial instruments:


  • As a company, we want to contribute to a more sustainable, resource-efficient economy with the aim of reducing the risks and effects of climate change in particular. In addition to observing sustainability goals in our own corporate organization, we also see it as our task to make our customers aware of sustainability aspects when structuring their business relationships with us.


  • Environmental conditions, social dislocation and or poor corporate governance can have a negative impact on the value of our clients’ investments and assets in a number of ways. These so-called sustainability risks can have a direct impact on the net assets, financial position and results of operations and also on the reputation of the investment properties. Since such risks cannot ultimately be completely ruled out, we have developed specific strategies for the financial services we offer in order to identify and limit sustainability risks.


  • In order to limit sustainability risks, we try to identify and, if possible, exclude investments in companies that exhibit an increased risk potential. With specific exclusion criteria, we see ourselves in a position to align investment decisions with environmental, social or corporate values. For this purpose, we generally use valuation methods that are recognised in the market.


  • The identification of suitable investments may involve, on the one hand, investing in investment funds whose investment policy is already equipped with a suitable and recognised sustainability filter to reduce sustainability risks. Identifying suitable investments to limit sustainability risks can also involve using recognised rating agencies for product selection in asset management. The concrete details result from the individual agreements.


  • Our company’s strategies for incorporating sustainability risks are also incorporated into the company’s internal organizational guidelines. The observance of these guidelines is decisive for the evaluation of our employees’ work performance and thus has a significant influence on future salary development. In this respect, the remuneration policy is in line with our strategies for incorporating sustainability risks (Art. 5 Disclosure Regulation).


Explanation of non-consideration of adverse effects on sustainability factors

(Art. 4 Disclosure Regulation)


Due to legal regulations (Art. 4 para. 1 a para. 2 Disclosure Regulation, we are obliged to provide the following information:


  • Investment decisions can have adverse effects on the environment (e.g. climate, water, biodiversity), on social and labour issues and can also be detrimental to the fight against corruption and bribery.


  • As a matter of principle, we have a considerable interest in fulfilling our responsibility as a financial services provider and in helping to avoid such effects in the context of our investment decisions. However, according to the current state of affairs, the implementation of the legal requirements specified for this purpose is unreasonable due to the existing and still impending bureaucratic framework conditions. Moreover, important legal issues are still unresolved.


  • In order to avoid legal disadvantages, we are therefore currently prevented from making a public statement to the effect that and in what way we take into account adverse effects on sustainability factors (environmental concerns, etc.) in the context of our investment decisions. We are therefore required to state on our website that we are disregarding them for the time being and until further clarification ( 4(1)(b) Disclosure Regulation.


  • However, we expressly declare that this handling does not change our willingness to contribute to a more sustainable, resource-efficient economy with the aim, in particular, of reducing the risks and effects of climate change and other ecological or social ills.