Cadillac Fairview, Allsop, Swiss Life Asset Managers, Greenman Poland, NextEnergy Capital, OMERS Infrastructure, Amber Infrastructure, Solomon Partners, Nyfosa, Morgan Stanley, CTP, BentallGreenOak, Benenson Capital, Emmes Asset Management, IMMO, Landsec
Cadillac Fairview – Salvatore Iacono has been appointed to succeed retiring CEO and president John Sullivan. After a career in commercial real estate spanning more than 30 years, including 25 years at Cadillac Fairview, Sullivan, will retire on 1 November. Iacono, currently EVP, operations, will take on the president and CEO role in November. Iacono joined Cadillac Fairview in 2008.
BentallGreenOak – Cherine Aboulzelof has been appointed managing director and co-head of BGO Strategic Capital Partners, where she will co-lead the business with John So. Aboulzelof previously led the business in Europe. She is also a member of the BGO investment committee. Prior to a merger between BGO and Metropolitan Real Estate Equity Management in April 2021, she held similar responsibilities at Metropolitan, which was owned by The Carlyle Group. Earlier in her career, Aboulzelof was a partner and head of Europe at 90 North Real Estate Partners, where she led the firm’s investments in Europe for three years. Prior to that, she spent eight years at Arcapita, where she was a director and head of Europe.
Europa – The pan-European real estate investment firm has appointed Amirali Kasraie as managing director of investment management, a newly created role in line with its strategy of strengthening its investment management function. Kasraie joins from Swiss Life Asset Managers, where he held the position of senior portfolio manager. Prior to that, he spent 16 years in fund management roles at Patrizia and Rockspring.
Allsop – The UK property consultant has appointed Richard Brooke as a partner from Cushman & Wakefield to lead its commercial investment activity in the north of England. Brooke will be based in the firm’s growing Leeds office and report to Jeremy Hodgson, head of Allsop’s national investment team. Before joining Allsop, Brooke led Cushman & Wakefield’s Yorkshire and North East investment team, covering a broad range of commercial property sectors and advising a range of clients. At Allsop, Brooke will be focusing on a mix of asset classes, including office, logistics and mixed-use assets, while working with Allsop’s specialist residential transactional and living markets department.
Greenman Poland – Karol Warzecha has been named senior investment manager. Warzecha will be responsible for supporting and consulting Greenman Poland’s team in expanding its portfolio through acquisitions of existing income-producing stand-alone discounters and supermarkets, retail parks, shopping centres and development plots. Prior to his appointment as senior investment manager for Greenman Poland, Warzecha held several positions overlooking the area of real estate transactions and property development.
NextEnergy Capital – The global solar specialist has promoted Ross Grier to chief operating officer, in addition to his role as head of UK investments. Grier has been head of UK investments since May 2018. He joined the group in 2013.
OMERS – Chris Hogg, a former director at Amber Infrastructure, has joined OMERS Infrastructure as director to lead the pension fund’s investment efforts in digital infrastructure in Europe to help grow the portfolio. Hogg was most recently a senior investment director at Amber, where he worked since November 2017. At Amber, Hogg headed digital infrastructure and led multiple investments across a range of subsectors. Prior to that, he was a vice president at corporate finance advisory firm Arma Partners for three years and worked as an associate at Bank of America Merrill Lynch from June 2010 to November 2014.
Denham Capital – Tim Radcliff has been appointed managing director for Denham Sustainable Infrastructure. Radcliff will operate from Denham’s New Jersey office and focus exclusively on Denham Sustainable Infrastructure’s private equity business. Radcliff was most recently managing director at Solomon Partners where he was responsible for the renewables and energy transition M&A advisory practice within the infrastructure, power and renewables group. Prior to Solomon Partners, Radcliff was a director in the power and renewables group at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Additionally, he spent over eight years at Morgan Stanley, where he led the clean technology equity research group.
CapMan Real Estate – Tommy Lindblom and Mathias Ljungberg have joined as investment directors. Lindblom joins CapMan from real estate company Nyfosa where he was responsible for the company’s asset management in the Stockholm region. Prior to this, he served as partner at Möller & Partners, real estate investment and asset management firm in Sweden. Ljungberg joins CapMan from real estate investment company Scius Partners where he worked as an asset and investment manager, prior to which he worked as a manager in corporate finance real estate at PwC in Stockholm.
CTP – Ronald Dasbach has been appointed managing director for the Netherlands. Dasbach will be responsible for developing CTP’s existing industrial and logistics assets in the Netherlands. A key focus will be for Dasbach on the 120,000sqm CTPark Amsterdam City asset. Dasbach brings over 23 years’ of experience with multi development. In his last role as managing director Central and Eastern Europe, he was responsible for developments in Poland, the Czech and Slovak Republic, and Ukraine. In addition, he has served as a member of the operational committee for Morgan Stanley’s MSREF in Russia.
Landsec – Nisha Manaktala has been appointed to the newly created role of chief data and technology officer. Manaktala joins Landsec from Hiscox Re & ILS, part of the Hiscox insurance group where she held the role of CTO.
IMMO – The real estate investment firm has appointed former Round Hill Capital executive Chris Chinaloy chief growth officer. Chinaloy will help build IMMO’s strategic relationships with institutional investors such as pension funds and insurers, as well as other potential funding partners like family offices and ultra-high-net-worth individuals. Chinaloy was chief strategy officer and head of capital markets at Round Hill. At IMMO, Chinaloy will take responsibility for structuring IMMO’s team responsible for investment products, and sourcing institutional capital for IMMO’s key deployment markets of Spain, Germany and the UK.
Benenson Capital Partners – Suzanne K Boehm has been appointed chief financial officer. Boehm has been chief accounting officer at Benenson for nine years and is replacing long-time former CFO David Thomas, who is retiring. Boehm will be responsible for all banking relationships, accounting, tax, and reporting functions for the company as well as providing financial insights for Benenson’s transactional activities. Prior to joining Benenson, Boehm was with Emmes Asset Management Company for more than 13 years, rising to the position of senior chief accounting officer/chief compliance officer. Prior to that, Boehm was with Kimco Realty Corporation for more than 10 years.
- Amber Infrastructure
- Benenson Capital Partners
- Cadillac Fairview
- CapMan Real Estate
- Cushman & Wakefield
- Denham Capital
- Emmes Asset Management Company
- Greenman Poland
- Morgan Stanley
- NextEnergy Capital
- OMERS Infrastructure
- Solomon Partners
- Swiss Life Asset Managers