Cushman & Wakefield, JLL, Aberdeen Standard, Principal Real Estate Europe, BNP Paribas, Primevest Capital Partners

Aberdeen Standard Investments – The asset manager has appointed Ties Priester and Dominique Schillings to its Dutch property team as transaction manager and senior portfolio manager, respectively. Priester, joins from BNP Paribas, where he was a financial advisory consultant. He will be responsible for all property investments and divestments in the Netherlands. Schillings will manage the Standard Life funds in particular. She comes over from Primevest Capital Partners and has also worked at NS Vastgoed.

JLLTomasz Trzósło has joined the real estate services firm as managing director of the CEE markets. Trzósło will oversee the company’s operations across Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, alongside his existing responsibilities as country manager for JLL’s business in Poland. Trzósło joined JLL’s corporate finance and capital markets team in Poland in 1997 and subsequently became the head of capital markets in central Europe. In 2013, he was appointed managing director for JLL in Poland.

Principal Real Estate Europe – Philipp Bach has joined the manager’s Frankfurt team as senior transactions manager. In this new position, Bach will be primarily responsible for transactions in the healthcare and social property sector. Bach held previous positions in London, Madrid, Paris and Frankfurt, including roles at JLL, SEB Asset Management, Standard Life Investment and CBRE.

Cushman & Wakefield – The real estate services firm has re-hired Duncan Gilliard as a partner in its Central London retail team. Gilliard, who previously worked for the company for five years, joins from JLL where he was a director in the firm’s London retail team.

Syntrus Achmea Real Estate & Finance – SAREF has named Mascha Hendrickx as chief financial officer, effective from 1 July. She is to succeed Cindy Rombouts, who left on 1 January. Hendrickx joins from KPMG, where she has been an audit partner since 2012. In addition, George Dröge, director of mortgages, intends to step down from the executive board on 1 September. He will stay on at SAREF for an additional couple of months to aid a smooth handover of responsibilities, the company said.