UK/GERMANY - Frank Kunze is joining property consultants Drivers Jonas as associate partner in the investment and financial services team, London.
Kunze will focus on German clients in the UK and investors and developers interested in the German market.
His experience includes working for engineering company Siemens, former East German public trust TLG and DTZ Zadelhoff in Frankfurt.
Drivers Jonas’s managing partner, Nick Shepherd, said: This is one of a number of appointments we have made in the UK of professionals from abroad, including Germany, France, the US, Sweden and South Africa.
“We believe that maximum cultural diversity will significantly add to the intellectual capital of the practice and to the quality and breadth of advice we can offer our clients.
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