Supervisory Board


Strategic advice with a broad perspective

The Supervisory Board of Formycon has many years of entrepreneurial experience.

Dr. Olaf Stiller

Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Hermann Vogt

Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Peter Wendeln

Member of the Supervisory Board

Dr. Olaf Stiller


Olaf Stiller is CEO of Paedi Protect AG and Deputy Chairman of the association „Die Jungen Unternehmer/BJU“ (German Association of Young Entrepreneurs), where he leads the region Mittelhessen.

Born in 1977 in the German city of Marburg, Dr. Stiller finished his studies in business administration with honors in 2002. In the year 2005 he received his PhD in economics for his work on the economic potential of innovations in the area of nano- and biotechnology. He also pursued research in the field of entrepreneurship. Dr. Stiller was awarded a doctoral scholarship under the talent promotion program of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

He co-founded NanoRepro AG in 2006, where he then served as managing director from 2006 to 2013. He also co-founded Formycon AG in 2007. He actively accompanied both companies from their foundation until their listings on the stock market.

Hermann Vogt


Following completion of his studies in banking and finance, Hermann Vogt worked from 1987 to 1994 as a bond trader at Commerzbank AG in Frankfurt. He then joined Deutsche Bank, where he served until 2002 as managing director responsible for a significant portion of its bond trading activities. He subsequently held senior positions at LBBW in Stuttgart, where he headed bond trading until 2004, and at Eurohypo AG, where he managed its public finance business for the next two years. Since 2008 he has been managing director of AA ASSET CONSULT GmbH, a Frankfurt-based investment and trading firm.

Peter Wendeln


Following his training as an industrial manager at Dr. Oetker in Bielefeld, Peter Wendeln joined Milchhof Ice Cream, near Düsseldorf, where he worked until 1992, ultimately as sales manager. After this he studied at the Academy of Business in Hanover, Germany. At this point he moved to Wendeln GmbH & Co. KG, near Cloppenburg in the north of Germany, a large bakery company with leading German brands (Golden Toast, Lieken Urkorn), where he headed the company’s sales and marketing activities. He continued in this position following the acquisition of Wendeln by Kamps AG in 1999.

Since 2003 Mr. Wendeln has been managing partner of Wback GmbH. In this role he established Wback with its manufacturing sites in Bönen (North Rhine-Westphalia) and Leipheim (Bavaria) as the most modern producer of soft bread rolls (e.g. for Burger King). In 2014 he successfully sold the main part of the company to a financial investor, since which time Mr. Wendeln has been managing partner of Wendeln & Cie. Asset Management GmbH.