Schroders Set for Real Estate Investment Push

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Schroder Real Estate has created a new Hong Kong based role, Head of Asian Real Estate. 

Global asset management company Schroders, with $459.6 billion assets under management, has appointed John Chantrell as Head of Asian Real Estate, at the Schroder Real Estate unit

In the new role he will report to Duncan Owen, Global Head of Real Estate, and will be based in Hong Kong.

Chantrell (pictured below) has in excess of thirty years of experience in real estate and has previously held a number of senior posts at companies such as Advance Funds Management, Colonial First State Global Asset Management and Novion Property Group.

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Asian Expansion a Natural Step

He has a strong track record as an active investor in Australia with responsibility for over AUD$8 billion in transactions, as well as experience with investors in a number of large commercial real estate markets in the region including Tokyo, Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore and mainland China.


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