Marieke van Kamp,has been announced as INREV’s new Chairman at the association’s Annual Conference in Berlin.
As Head of Private Markets at NN Group, Van Kamp is responsible for the real estate, private equity and private loan portfolios of the NN insurance companies. NN Group is a leading Dutch insurance and investment management company that was created out of the ING Group, active in 18 countries. Van Kamp has a long and distinguished track record in real estate, having previously worked at Syntrus Achmea, ING Real Estate and ING Insurance.
Outgoing INREV Chairman, Neil Harris rotates off the board, alongside Matthew Ryall and Christian Delaire having served two consecutive terms of three years. Wenzel Hoberg, Triuva, takes over as Vice Chair from Mike Clarke, CBRE Global Investors. Hoberg has been a member of the INREV Management Board since 2013.
In further changes, Catherine Martougin, Partner at Baker & McKenzie; Dr. Ilkka Tomperi, Investment Director at Varma; and Thomas Brown, Partner at LGT Capital Partners (USA) Inc all join the INREV Management Board.
Martougin is a partner in the Funds & Asset Management team of Baker & McKenzie in Luxembourg where she specialises in real estate, private equity, debt and infrastructure funds; as well as other financial institutions involved in asset management. She has more than 17 years’ experience in business law.
Tomperi joined Varma in 2013, having previously been a Partner at Nordic private equity firm, CapMan, where he led the real estate team, expanding its operations into Sweden and helping to launch a Nordic real estate fund. He has 20 years of industry experience and his deep knowledge of the Nordics will be invaluable as investors increasingly focus on this important region.
Brown joined LGT Capital Partners in 2012, when they acquired Clerestory Capital Partners, a firm he co-founded in 2007. Prior to Clerestory, he was Global Head of Real Estate for Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management. Before that, he was a real estate investment banker with J.P. Morgan in London, New York and Frankfurt. He has more than 25 years of real estate experience spanning investments, management, advisory and capital raising.
Commenting on the appointments, Matthias Thomas, INREV CEO, said: «We’re delighted to announce Marieke as Chairman and Wenzel as Vice Chair and welcome Catherine, Ilkka, and Thomas to the Management Board. Their collective talent and experience are immense and will be of great benefit to INREV as we continue to drive the industry forward as a transparent and sustainable asset class with a key part to play in the wider global economy.
We also offer our thanks to Neil, Matthew and Christian for their huge contributions to INREV over the years».
Source : INREV