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- Succession planning for a Head of Real Estate
- Managing a global Real Estate business
Our client is a FINMA - licensed asset manager with global operations and activities in the Private Equity, Real Estate and Private Debt business. For their succession planning of the global Real Estate business we are searching for a Head Real Estate.
- Global responsibility for the indirect real estate business with teams in New York, Hong Kong, and Zurich with a team of 4 direct reports
- Develop the indirect real estate business with joint ventures, co-investments and set up new discretionary real estate mandates
- Manage the joint venture and operating partners for global real estate investments
- Carrying out detailed quantitative and qualitative analyses of investments
- Creating and assessing peer group analysis for potential new investment ideas
- Supporting relationship maintenance by interacting with other internal departments and external counter parties
- Acting as link between the investment team, managing partners and fund-raising team
- Work closely together with the private equity and private debt teams
- Ad hoc specific projects as required.
- University degree in Finance or similar, Chartered Financial Analyst preferred
- 10 years of experience in the real estate investment industry with cross asset class knowledge in Real Estate direct and/or direct global real estate private equity
- Solid understanding of the real estate business such as operating partners, co-investments and selecting best-of-class real estate private equity investment managements
- Sound understanding of a broad range of private market asset classes
- Global investment experience is a strong asset
- Numeracy, accuracy and attention to detail and ability to work in a team-based environment
- Strong work ethic with an ability to interact in a professional manner
- Self-motivated and ability to work independently
- Fluent in English, German would be a plus
- Travel required.
-Global Real Estate Mandate with participation