Our management

Our team constitutes a balanced and diverse group, well equipped to carry out its functions as a governing body on behalf of all stakeholders. It is led by a group of the organisation’s most senior managers who are responsible for the long-term success of the company.


Vivier’s strategic and operational activities are headed by:

Martin Haschka


Martin brings a wealth of knowledge from the financial sector, in particular in the areas ‎of mergers ‎and acquisitions, corporate and board affairs as well as financial transformation. Martin graduated ‎from Vienna University of Economics and Business in 1994. He subsequently became CFO and ‎then ‎CEO of Central and Eastern Europe for long-established Winterthur Insurance, founded in 1875 in ‎‎Switzerland. Throughout the time that Martin led the CEE executive team, Winterthur was a major ‎subsidiary of Credit ‎Suisse.‎

Anita Kohn

Chief Human Resources Officer

Anita is a Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer of Vivier Group. Anita has real estate experience spanning some twenty years and the ability to manage developments from the initial design process through the build and hand over. As well as managing her own real estate portfolio, she has owned and directed a high-end interior design, build and development company that covers all disciplines within the property design and development industry and focuses on encouraging people to live in a more sustainable manner.

Allan Court


Allan serves as a Director for Vivier. He has extensive experience in Corporate Management. His previous positions include acting as COO at Long Island Country Club Dongguan, China, and as Deputy General Manager in Tianma Country Club Shanghai, China. Allan is a passionate golf player and a full member of the Australian PGA.

Yuji Iwaski

Regional Director – Far East Asia

Yuji is the Regional Director for Far East Asia, and is an experienced, skillful, well-educated investment banker and corporate finance specialist. He has led fund-raising activities for more than 300 Japanese and Asian enterprises over the course of his career, as well as having added value in Mongolia for extended periods through cross-border financing.