The reoplan treuhand ag. was founded in 1987 by today's major shareholder, Hans Rudolf Haefeli. In 1999, the business area was geographically expanded into the Bernese Oberland region by the takeover of today's reoplan thun ag. in Thun. In 2004, reoplan cz s.r.o. was founded in Roznov (Czech Republic), which on the one hand manages a Czech client portfolio, but on the other hand also works for the Swiss companies. In 2011, reoplan bewirtschaftungs ag. was founded, where real estate management is handled today. With the foundation of ibd business development ag. in Zurich in 2012, the reoplan Group has developed organisationally and geographically. Today, the reoplan Group employs around 35 people.

As a medium-sized network, the reoplan Group provides its services in all traditional areas of the fiduciary business and real estate. This is also the case in auditing, where some of the companies act as audit experts approved by the Swiss Federal Audit Oversight Authority.

The reoplan Group’s customers include medium and small companies from a wide variety of industries. Other customers also include foundations, non-profit organisations, hospitals, retirement homes and public-law corporations of different sizes and with very different requirements. 

2017

The reoplan treuhand ag. is celebrating its 30th anniversary together with Philipp Fankhauser in the Mühle Hunziken

2015

The reoplan Group visits the world exhibition in Milan

2012

Foundation of ibd business development ag. in Zurich

2011

Foundation of reoplan bewirtschaftungs ag. in Thun

2008

Relocation of reoplan treuhand ag. to Wabernstrasse 40 in Bern

2004

Foundation of the Czech company reoplan cz s.r.o.

1999

Acquisition of Roland Affentranger AG in Thun, which is now known as reoplan thun ag.

1996

reoplan is developing strongly

1995

Marc Zahnd joins reoplan as a partner and senior staff member

1991

Reoplan shows customer growth and hires additional employees

1989

Employment of the first employee

1987

Foundation of Reoplan Treuhand AG by H.R. Haefeli, M.P. Zehtner und Kilian Boner