UK - Fountain Capital Partners has appointed Tony Smedley as a partner and Luke Mackenzie as an investment analyst.
The move comes after the European real estate investment management group’s founding partner Malcolm Naish announced he was leaving to join DTZ Fund Management.
Smedley was previously director of Jones Lang LaSalle and head of its investment team in Brussels.
Mackenzie joins Fountain from Heitman, where he worked as an investment analyst for their European real estate funds. Both men will be located in the group’s London office.
Naish has been appointed director and head of DTZ Fund Management to spearhead the development and expansion of DTZ’s fund management operation in the UK.
Until last year Naish was the UK managing director of LaSalle Investment Management and international director of Jones Lang LaSalle.
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