UK - UBS Global Asset Management has appointed three new people to its continental Europe real estate business.
Charles Foster Taylor, former chief executive officer of Lend Lease Estate Investments Europe, will lead the group’s acquisition and disposition function.
Simon Foxley, former managing director of Lend Lease’s European value enhanced fund will serve as a senior portfolio manager and Mark Chamieh, previously managing director of marketing at Lend, will become head of institutional markets and business development.
UBS chairman and chief executive John Fraser said the appointments would spearhead the firm’s drive to expand its real estate business.
“This expansion underlines UBS’s commitment to delivering best in class real estate investment opportunities to the full spectrum of UBS clients.”
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