We combine innovative strength
with many years of experience in the capital market
tokenstreet was founded in 2020 by Mona Feder, Lenny-Campino Hartmann and Vincent Amm. The founding team is complemented by top-class experts with many years of experience in private equity and private banking.
Vincent is co-founder and managing director of tokenstreet. He leads the target investment division and is responsible for the selection and due diligence of target investments together with the investment committee. As part of this, he not only selects asset managers based on past track records, but is always on the lookout for new, forward-thinking strategies that he can unlock for our investors.
Vincent has been involved with investment opportunities since his youth and has found his great passion in it. He is convinced that individual retirement planning is becoming increasingly important in the current pension system and has therefore set himself the goal of offering more people a better basis for personal wealth accumulation.
Mona is co-founder of tokenstreet and responsible for product development. Before founding tokenstreet, she worked in business development and studied interaction design and product management at CODE University in Berlin. With her product-specific background, she is responsible for the product strategy as well as the visual and functional design of the platform. Furthermore, she has built up the public affairs department at tokenstreet and always represents the needs and wishes of our users in our team. Her vision is to offer everyone the opportunity to build an optimally diversified and sustainable portfolio - simple, understandable and without a lot of start-up capital. She is particularly interested in motivating more women to invest at an early stage, while at the same time offering them attractive investment solutions.
Lenny Campino Hartmann
Lenny is the co-founder and CEO of tokenstreet. He is a passionate problem solver and mainly responsible for technical development at tokenstreet. He started writing his first lines of code at the age of 13, provided technical advice to his first startups at 16, and has never shied away from a technical challenge since. In addition to software development, he has a keen interest in legal and regulatory structuring of financial products, which is why he has been instrumental in building this area at tokenstreet. His vision is to make innovative and at the same time lucrative financial products accessible to the masses.
Dr. Andreas Dombret
From May 2010 - May 2018, Prof. Dr. Andreas Dombret was a member of the Executive Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank and responsible for banking and financial supervision, economic education, risk controlling and the Bundesbank's foreign representative offices.
Previously, he worked at Deutsche Bank headquarters in Frankfurt from 1987 to 1991, at JP Morgan in Frankfurt and London from 1992 to 2002, and as Co-Head of Rothschild Germany in Frankfurt and London from 2002 to 2005, before joining Bank of America as Vice Chairman for Europe and Head of Germany, Austria and Switzerland from 2005 to 2009.
After leaving the Deutsche Bundesbank, Andreas Dombret was a member of the Board of Directors of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Basel until the end of 2018, after which he took on a portfolio of advisory mandates. He advises, among others, the international management consultancy Oliver Wyman, the major Japanese bank Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp (SMBC) and the London-based equity research house Autonomous.
He is also an advisor to the U.S. investment bank Houlihan Lokey and the Hamburg-based FinTech Deposit Solutions and lectures in Germany and abroad. He also teaches as an Adjunct Senior Research Scholar at the Faculty of International & Public Affairs at Columbia University in New York.
Jonathan is tokenstreet's first employee and has already worked on several projects as a technical consultant, full-stack developer and product manager. Before joining tokenstreet as a backend developer, he helped large corporations digitise their business models. His focus topics are backend development, web3 and Self Sovereign Identity. Besides development, Joni's big passion is road cycling. So far, however, his attempts to convince tokenstreet to set up a cycling group have failed miserably.
Dr Olaf Neubert
Dr Olaf Neubert has dedicated the last 25 years to the private equity industry and brings a comprehensive understanding of the inner workings of the global investment community. His European origins and professional experience have given him recognised access to investors, particularly in Europe. This has enabled him to successfully close diverse mandates even in the most challenging times. Olaf has introduced his blue-chip fund manager clients to institutional investors under the umbrella of his trust. Over the years, he has initiated and helped establish many successful LP-GP relationships. He is highly respected and recognised by both investors and fund managers.
Daniel leads the frontend team at tokenstreet. Besides his software engineering studies at CODE University, his background is in full-stack software development with a focus on frontend development. He is always up to date with the latest technologies and tries to evolve them to create better development and user experience processes. He has also been involved with the topic of blockchain & decentralised finance for several years and plays a significant role in shaping the product at our company. Since there is no one in our team who likes sushi better than Daniel, his lunch suggestions usually only have a 50% conversion rate. Luckily, he is a frontend developer and not a chef.
Alexander Mettenheimer is a professional supervisory board member and investor with more than 30 years of professional experience in private banking, capital markets and asset management. Born in 1952, he studied law in Frankfurt and Bonn. He learned the finer points of banking at Citibank in London, where he was active in trade finance, derivatives and securities business. This was followed by positions at Citibank in Germany - most recently as Spokesman of the Management Board of the then Citibank Privatkunden AG, now Targobank. Finally, new challenges awaited him for two years in positions of regional responsibility at Citibank in Mexico and for Latin America in the USA. In 2001, Alexander Mettenheimer returned to Germany. As a personally liable partner of the renowned private bank Merck Finck & Co. he was the spokesman of the management board until 2010. From August 2010 to June 2013, he was First Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of Bayerische Landesbank and Chairman of the Risk Committee. From June 2015 to March 2016, he was Spokesman of the Board of BHF Bank AG and, as interim CEO, Chairman of the Board. From April 2016 to December 2019, he was a member of the Supervisory Board of ODDO BHF Bank AG and its Risk and Audit Committees. Since 2011 he has been a Non-Executive Director of TR European Growth Trust plc, London, in 2016 also Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Small&MidCap Investmentbank AG in Munich, since 2018 Managing Partner of TopCap Partners (Europe) GmbH.
Has over 30 years of experience in transaction support for corporations and private equity firms. Focuses on financial due diligence, company valuations and shareholder value projects. As Managing Partner of EY, Joachim Spill led the management of global trading activities there for clients from Germany, Switzerland and Austria as well as for foreign clients wishing to become active in the DACH region.
Joachim Spill joined EY in 1988. In 1997, he moved to the newly established Transaction Services Group and later headed it as Head of Strategy and Transactions for the Germany, Switzerland, Austria region, and later for the Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) region. From 2007 to the end of 2009, he was also Country Coordinator of the Financial Services Organization (FSO) in Germany.
Uwe Hermann is the former Deputy Head of Portfolio Management at BVV Versicherungsverein des Bankgewerbes. His focus was on managing the private markets portfolio, which is now close to EUR 10 billion, of which EUR 2.5 billion is private equity venture capital. Uwe Hermann has 30 years of capital market experience across all asset classes. Before joining Pensionskasse, he worked in fund management for an investment company and in asset management for a private bank. In addition to a degree in Banking (BA), Uwe Hermann is CEFA Investment Analyst (DVFA) as well as Infrastructure Investment Advisor (EBS/BAI) and Private Equity Advisor (EBS/BAI).