Ivanhoé Cambridge Appoints Senior Vice President For Asia-Pacific

Global real estate investors Ivanhoé Cambridge have announced the appointment of George Agethen as Senior Vice President, Asia-Pacific, Growth Markets.

Based in Hong Kong, Mr Agethen will mainly oversee the implementation of investment and asset management strategies for the region. The team at Ivanhoé Cambridge’s Shanghai office will henceforth report to Mr Agethen.

“George has extensive experience in our industry, and more specifically in the Asian real estate market,” declared Rita-Rose Gagné, Executive Vice President, Growth Markets, Ivanhoé Cambridge. “His arrival will enable us to continue to build and develop our team in tandem with our platform’s growth and to deploy our resources in markets where we are expanding our investments.”

Prior to joining Ivanhoé Cambridge, George Agethen was Senior Executive Director and Head of alternative investments at Ping An Trust, a subsidiary of Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China Ltd., a public company. In his past position, he was responsible for establishing a multi-asset real estate portfolio which invests globally. He served previously as Executive Director for HREI (a joint venture between Harvest Funds Management and Grosvenor Group) and as Head of business development and capital-raising for Harvest Capital Partners, China’s leading real estate fund managers.

He was previously Vice President, Private Capital Markets, Real Estate, for Macquarie Capital in Asia. He also spent several years in the real estate sector in Australia. Mr Agethen is a Fellow at the Financial Services Institute of Australasia and sits on the Editorial Board of Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific.  

 

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