US - JP Morgan Fleming Asset Management has lost one of its vice presidents to Lexington Corporate Properties Trust.
William Cinnamond joins the REIT as senior vice president and head of its asset management group after serving at JP Morgan as vice president, senior real estate asset manager and head of the firm’s office and industrial asset management activities in the eastern and southern regions of the US.
Prior to JP Morgan Cinnamond spent several years in the private real estate sector and twelve years with the Real Estate Group of the Prudential Insurance Company.
Lexington Corporate Properties Trust owns and manages a portfolio of office, industrial and retail properties net-leased to corporations throughout the US.
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