Gatehouse announces appointment of Will Innes to Vice President of Real Estate Investment
Gatehouse is pleased to announce the promotion of Will Innes to Vice President within the Real Estate Investment team.
Will has over 7 years’ experience working in real estate investment both on the principal and advisory side, having spent a portion of his career in Abu Dhabi working for Aldar Properties PJS, and most recently at Waypoint Capital where he was responsible for developing its international private equity real estate platform.
Since joining Gatehouse in January 2014, Will has played a key role in numerous transactions, including the innovative venture with Sigma Capital to support the roll-out of one of the UK’s largest portfolios of new private rented residential homes and the purchase of a 320,000 sq. ft. logistics property in Doncaster let to Omega Plc. Working alongside Will Lowndes, Vice President of Real Estate Investment, he will be responsible for sourcing and originating real estate transactions across the UK and continental Europe.
David Swan, Head of Real Estate Investment at Gatehouse Bank said, “Will has made a visible and impressive impact on the team since joining Gatehouse, and we are delighted to announce this promotion in recognition of his efforts, success and dedication. Our continued investment in the team, and the development of individuals within, demonstrates the bank’s commitment to building and maintaining a strong and dynamic team, as we continue to grow our portfolio of real estate assets across Europe.”
Gatehouse has been at the forefront of closing pioneering transactions since its inception, including its investment in suburban offices, UK student accommodation, and most recently its agreement with Sigma Capital to build a £1 billion portfolio of 10,000 new rental homes across the UK over the next five years.
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