ABOUT
Pro-invest group

Pro-invest Group is an asset manager and investment firm specialising in private equity real estate and real estate asset management. Our purpose is to unlock and optimise value for all our stakeholders, by channeling and transforming their trust and belief in us into tangible, long-term success. Our vision is to become one of the most trusted leaders in private equity real estate, underpinned by sector-leading environment & social governance.

OUR BUSINESS

Trusted leaders in private equity real estate, environmental & social governance. We provide a fully integrated platform across Hospitality, Commercial Real Estate, Office, Retail, Retirement Land Lease Communities and Residential sectors. We have operations in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East. With a commitment to sustainability, transparency and responsibility, we unlock and optimise value for all our stakeholders delivering tangible, long-term success.

AUD$2B+
Of Asset Value
17
Core Assets Operating and In Development
3,000+
Hotel Keys Across
Australia and New Zealand
10
Years of Industry Excellence
MEET THE TEAM
Ronald Barrott FRICS
Chairman & CEO
Formerly CEO ALDAR PJSC
Jan Smits
Co-CEO & Deputy Chair
Formerly CEO IHG Asia, Middle East & Africa
Dr. Sabine Schaffer
Managing Partner
Formerly Middle Eastern Private Equity & McKinsey & Company
Tim Sherlock
Managing Director
Formerly Investec & Savills
Mark Yates
Head of Risk Management and Debt Finance
Formerly with Macquarie Bank, CBA & CEFC
Ed Faraguna
Chief Financial Officer
Formerly Colonial First State & Quadrant Private Equity
Anthony Ursino
General Counsel
Formerly Ashurst & International Corporates
Brian Mcfadyen
Independent Director
GPT Chair & Formerly Herbert Smith Freehills
Paul Logan
Independent Director
Formerly InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG)
Soon Lau
Independent Director
Formerly Head of Invesco Asia

CONTACT US

SYDNEY Level 16 20 Hunter Street Sydney NSW 2000
P: +61 2 9237 6900 E: info@proinvestgroup.com

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