PGIM Real Estate announced several senior appointments for its European platform.
Sebastiano Ferrante, currently head of Germany and Italy, will become deputy head of Europe. Ferrante will be responsible for European Portfolio Management across PGIM Real Estate’s private debt and pan-European equity strategies.
Alongside Raimondo Amabile, head of Europe and Latin America, Ferrante will focus on the key areas of the business, including ESG, Talent, Diversity & Inclusion, and Technology & Innovation. Ferrante will report into the head of Europe and Latin America.
Jocelyn de Verdelon, currently head of France, Spain and Portugal, will become head of transactions, Europe.
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Alongsidethese changes, the following new country head appointments have been made, reporting to Amabile:
- Dominik Brambring – head of Germany, Austria and Netherlands. Brambring is currently head of transactions for Germany and the Netherlands.
- Nabil Mabed – head of France, Spain and Portugal. Mabed is currently head of Transactions for France and Spain.
- Paul Stanford – head of UK and Ireland. Stanford is currently head of Asset Management UK.
Additionally, David Gingell, currently executive director on the debt business, will become head of Senior Debt Europe, reporting into Andrew Macland, head of Debt Europe. This will be effective mid-2021.
“At PGIM Real Estate, we believe that delivering the best possible investment results and service to our clients hinges on developing and promoting our talent. In recent years, PGIM Real Estate has been bolstering its investment strategies spanning the risk-return spectrum across real estate equity and debt, with disciplined focus and a strong conviction on the European markets. These appointments will strengthen our European strategy and position us well for the future. I am thrilled to expand our leadership
team with these talented individuals,” said Raimondo Amabile, Head of Europe and Latin America at PGIM Real Estate.
All appointments are effective 1 March 2021.