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AIM - Advice in Motion GmbH, founded in 2020, is an owner-managed, independent consulting company based in Königstein im Taunus, Germany.

We lead your company to climate neutrality and anchor sustainability in your decisions. Our offer: tailor-made projects and custom-fit solutions for your requirements. Our consulting approach is flexible, forward-looking and moves things forward: Advice in Motion.


AIM – Advice in Motion GmbH
Fasanenweg 6
D-61462 Königstein im Taunus
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Telefonnummer: +49 6174 935 75 25

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We accompany you on the way to a sustainable future

The Team

Andreas Kuschmann holds a degree in economics and has 30 years of experience in the financial industry.

Professional stations were asset managers in Luxembourg, London and Frankfurt (Fidelity, Invesco) with responsibility for institutional and private clients.

From 2012 to 2019, he was managing director of the institutional business of the asset manager FERI Trust in Bad Homburg. He was also a board member of the credit rating agency FERI EuroRating.

In 2020, Andreas founded AIM - Advice in Motion GmbH and is a lecturer in the sustainability program at EBS Executive School and the Institute of Insurance Sciences at the University of Leipzig.

Eberhard von Alten is a graduate geologist and industrial engineer with 35 years of experience in finance and public administration.

He started his career in project finance (JP Morgan), was managing director of an asset manager and managing partner of an asset consulting company.

From 2009 to 2017, he was responsible for the financial management and asset investments of a German diocese (Diocese of Mainz) as Finance Director. From 2017 to 2021 he oversaw institutional clients of FERI Trust in Bad Homburg.

Based on his diverse areas of responsibility, Eberhard is very familiar with sustainability requirements.

Achim Klüber has more than 37 years international experience in corporate finance and wholesale banking in leading companies such as JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, RBS, BNP Paribas.

He was deeply involved in major European M+A situations and the associated equity and debt take outs. Sustainability played an important role in this.

Achim holds a Bachelor's degree from the American University of Paris and a Master's degree in Economics from the Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg. He is a member of several advisory boards.

He has dealt with sustainability issues in emerging markets in his major field of study "Development Policy". Achim focuses on the ESG due diligence process for buy and sell side mandates.

Thomas O. Klimpke has been active as a consultant and manager for around 40 years. He has worked for McKinsey, BHF-BANK, was founder and partner at CONSART Management Consultants and partner at zeb.

Over the years, his work has focused on strategic issues of all kinds for both financial services and industrial companies, which he has also advised in his role as an advisory board member.

Thomas completed an apprenticeship as a banker and a degree in business administration at the Technical University of Berlin. In addition, he holds a Master's degree in International Business from the University of South Carolina with a focus on business in different countries and cultures.

He has been a passionate sailor since his youth and became involved in marine conservation at an early age.

Liz Young is a visiting fellow for the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation with 25 years experience in public relation and corporate communications.

Most recently, she was Executive Vice President and Global Head of Communications at Sony Music Entertainment (SME), responsible for press relations and media strategies.

Previously, Liz Young was Executive Vice President of Corporate Communications at Bertelsmann, Inc. where she was responsible for the company's public relations. She also represented the Bertelsmann Foundation in the United States.

Liz advises clients of AIM - Advice in Motion GmbH on issues related to the external communication of corporate sustainability and climate strategies.

Tönnies von Limburg has a 30-year career in the aviation industry, initially on the manufacturing side and subsequently in the finance industry.

After his time at Dornier Luftfahrt, he moved to Bank of America in 1999, where he specialized in cross-border leasing and loan financing, focusing on the financing of corporate aircraft.

Throughout his career, he has observed the industry's growing willingness to improve sustainability and wants to actively contribute to the sustainable transformation in aviation.

Tönnies completed his degree in Business Administration at the University of Münster and earned a Bachelor's in International Financial Management from the University of Wales. He also engages as a lecturer in aircraft financing at the University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszów, Poland.

Claudia Otremba has more than 30 years of experience in international asset management, specializing in the requirements of entrepreneurial families and family offices, institutional clients and foundations.

Before joining ValueBridge, she held management positions at renowned companies such as Gartmore and Metzler Asset Management.

At ValueBridge, AIM's cooperation partner, she is primarily responsible for advising family businesses on their sustainability strategies as well as on investment selection. 

Furthermore, Claudia is highly committed to social sustainability issues, for example as a board member of Weekendschool-Deutschland for equal opportunities for children and young people.

Founders thoughts

Many paths lead to sustainability. Our personal connection lies in our passion for forests and forestry. After many years of experience in the financial sector, in consulting and in public administration, it became increasingly clear that sustainability in business as well as in forestry are closely linked and can cross-fertilise each other.

Principles of good practice from forest management form a thematic bridge into the financial sector and the economy and offer orientation.

Even the term "sustainability" originally comes from forestry. It was first mentioned in a 300-year-old book, the Sylvicultura Oeconomica. The author, Hanns Carl von Carlowitz, is considered a mastermind of resource-conserving economic management and a critic of short-term profit orientation.

In view of a serious shortage of the raw material wood, he demanded that only as much wood should be felled as can grow back through planned sowing, reforestation and planting.

"Art, science, diligence and state order in our country are based on forest conservation and cultivation of trees. They grant continuous, steady as well as sustainable uses..." (Von Carlowitz, 1713)

AIM – Advice in Motion GmbH
Fasanenweg 6
D-61462 Königstein im Taunus / Germany

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