AMP Capital – Boe Pahari has been appointed global head of infrastructure equity. Pahari is currently head of infrastructure for Europe and the Americas. He will also oversee the Australian and Indian infrastructure equity teams and join the AMP Capital leadership team, newly headed by Andrew Jones (currently global head of infrastructure debt). Anthony Fasso, AMP Capital director, international, will head up the global product team. Sharon Davis, currently COO, will become director for Australia and New Zealand. Yen Hui Tie, currently senior legal counsel, will become head of legal. The Australia-based role of global head of infrastructure will no longer exist, and therefore Scott Davies will leave the company at the end of the year. After 16 years, Prue Milne, executive general counsel, will take a career break from next February.
AXA Real Estate – Isabelle Scemama and Laurent Lavergne have been appointed to the management board. Scemama will be responsible for funds, in addition to serving as managing director of AXA REIM SGP. Scemama previously oversaw the launch of the commercial real estate debt platform and infrastructure division. Lavergne, who will be responsible for the management of separate accounts, has served as head of fund management for AXA Real Estate’s companies clients and as global head of corporate finance.
Alma Property Partners – Simon de Chateau, Christofer Lundquist and Sloan Wobbeking have co-founded a private equity real estate firm. Chateau, who will be chairman and CIO, last served as chief executive at Sveafastigheter. Lundquist, who will be COO, served as partner and head of business development at Tobin Properties and as COO at Hemso. Wobbeking most recently served as director of investor relations and business development at Niam.
CBRE Capital Advisors – Richard Dakin has been appointed managing director. Dakin will also become a member of the UK strategy and management board. Dakin spent the last 32 years at Lloyds Banking Group, most recently as managing director and head of corporate real estate. Philip Cropper will become chairman of the division with a focus on managing current client relationships and business development.
CBRE Global Investors – Tsilah Burman has rejoined the company as a senior director. Burman will be responsible for leading the RFP and investor communications team in the US, Europe and Asia. Burman worked for the firm from 1986 to 2001, lastly serving as senior director. Since then, Burman has worked in civic and community organisations, most recently as principal for Community Change Partners.