Logistics Capital Partners, TIAA Henderson, Standard Life, AMP Capital, Patrizia, St Modwen
Logistics Capital Partners – James Markby and Kristof Verstraeten have launched the pan-European firm to provide project development and asset management. Markby was formerly head of CBRE’s European industrial and logistics investment team. Verstraeten joins from Goodman Real Estate, where he was commercial director of Europe. Based in London and Belgium, the group will operate across the UK and Continental Europe.
TIAA Henderson Real Estate – Carsten Kebbedies has been appointed head of business development for Asia-Pacific in the company’s Singapore office. Kebbedies has relocated from the firm’s Frankfurt office. In Sydney, William Keaveney is a senior real estate analyst.
Standard Life Investments – Jon Stewart has been appointed as a real estate equities analyst for Europe based in Edinburgh. Stewart, previously at Liberum Capital, will be responsible for identifying new listed real estate investments in the UK and continental Europe.
AMP Capital – John Angell has been appointed head of distribution for the UK and Europe, with Richard Shields now focusing solely on the Middle East as AMP Capital managing director in the region. Angell will be based at AMP Capital’s London office. Angell most recently ran his own consultancy business. Previous roles included managing director and head of EMEA at Brookfield Investment Management.
Patrizia Immobilien – Peter Macpherson has been appointed director of international institutional clients. Most recently, Macpherson worked for Scottish Widows Investment Partnership. Prior to that, he held executive positions at ING Real Estate Investment Management.
St Modwen Properties – Robert Hudson has been appointed group finance director and will join the company later this year. Hudson joins from British Land, where was group financial controller. He began his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers before moving to Experian in 2000. Mike Dunn, St Modwen’s current group finance director, will step down from the board next month. Andy Taylor, who joined the company in July 2007, will become acting group finance director until Hudson arrives.
Cushman & Wakefield – Anthony Selman has been appointed in the Warsaw office to strengthen the company in Poland and across Central Europe. Selman worked for Cushman & Wakefield in the Netherlands, Russia, Brazil and UK. In his most recent role, Selman was a partner in C&W’s EMEA cross-border team.
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