New Managing Director of Cromwell Property Group Europe

Nordic Cromwell Property Group, the global real estate investment manager, announces the appointment of Mark McLaughlin as Managing Director of its European business.

2017-10-26

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Mark McLaughlin, who has transitioned into the role over the past few months, brings a wealth of European investment and asset management experience, having previously been the Group’s Head of Property Europe and Head of the Benelux region. Reporting to Paul Weightman, CEO of Cromwell Property Group, he will have full operational responsibility for running the European business.

Mark McLaughlin takes over from David Kirkby, who has moved into an Executive Director position within the European Group, with responsibility for developing and maintaining strong relationships with the firm’s existing clients, as well as generating new business.

Paul Weightman, CEO of Cromwell Property Group, commented:

“We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mark to Managing Director of our European business, following a period of transition, as well as David in his new role within the group. These appointments highlight our overall commitment to growing the European business into a market-leading investment management platform. The depth and diversity of Europe’s real estate market makes it a compelling opportunity for overseas capital seeking real estate returns. We are excited about the future and believe these appointments add further strength to the structure of our European business.”

Mark McLaughlin, Managing Director of Cromwell Property Group Europe, commented:

“I am very pleased to take on this role as head of Cromwell’s European business. This is a fantastic opportunity to take the business forward as we continue with our strategy to grow assets under management in Europe."

David Kirkby, Executive Director, Cromwell Property Group Europe, commented:

“I am looking forward to being able to focus on strengthening our relationships with existing and new clients to support with growth of our business across Europe.”




Maria Olsson Äärlaht
maria@lokalnytt.se
fastighetssverige.se




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