26 luglio 2016 | 16:56
Pimco nomina Paul Vosper nuovo strategist per il real estate
Pimco nomina Paul Vosper nuovo strategist per il real estate. Il comunicato:
PIMCO Announces Paul Vosper Joins Firm as Executive Vice President and Real Estate Strategist
NEWPORT BEACH, California (July 26, 2016) – PIMCO, a leading global investment management firm, announces that Paul Vosper has joined the firm as an Executive Vice President and Real Estate Strategist. Mr. Vosper is based in the firm’s New York office and reports to Jennifer Bridwell, Managing Director and Global Head of PIMCO’s Alternative Products.
Mr. Vosper joins PIMCO’s established real estate team of 49 investment professionals globally and his hiring is part of the continued expansion of the firm’s Alternatives investment platform.
”With more than 24 years of experience as a real estate investment professional, Paul brings significant experience and knowledge to our business and will enhance our ability to provide investment opportunities for our clients,” said Ms. Bridwell.
Globally, PIMCO’s alternatives offerings span a range of strategies with more than 100 investment professionals overseeing hedge fund and opportunistic/distressed strategies, including global macro, credit relative value, multi-asset volatility and opportunistic real estate, mortgage and corporate credit strategies.
As of March 31, 2016, PIMCO managed approximately $25 billion in alternative strategies, including $9.2 billion in opportunistic real estate strategies worldwide.
“PIMCO will continue to use its considerable resources to hire the best industry talent globally. Already this year, we have hired more than 140 new employees, including more than 30 investment professionals across many areas including alternatives, client analytics, mortgages, real estate and macroeconomics,” said Dan Ivascyn, Managing Director and PIMCO’s Group Chief Investment Officer.
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