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Crestbridge appoints Real Estate Funds head

Crestbridge appoints Real Estate Funds head

Tuesday 16 August 2022

Crestbridge appoints Real Estate Funds head

Tuesday 16 August 2022

Crestbridge has promoted Brian Jemwa to head up its Real Estate Funds division.

The firm says Mr Jemwa will take on responsibility for providing leadership and direction to Crestbridge’s multi-jurisdictional real estate funds team.

He has particular expertise in financial and risk management and control assurance reporting and has worked with a range of key clients at Crestbridge since joining the firm in Jersey in 2015. 

Brian Jemwa, Crestbridge Head of Real Estate Funds Services, said: “I’m delighted with the opportunity that this role presents, at what is a really exciting point in Crestbridge’s journey. I look forward to drawing on the firm’s considerable experience across the real assets spectrum to further enhance and shape the range of bespoke services provided to real estate fund managers, from administration, compliance and reporting services to restructuring, listing and ManCo support.”

Commenting on the appointment, Michael Johnson, Group Head of Institutional Services, Crestbridge, added:

“Brian has already proven to be a highly valued member of our team and has contributed increasingly in a senior leadership capacity over the past year. He provides robust direction and valuable expertise as we have continued to grow, evolve and develop a compelling proposition in the real estate funds space.

“Providing an agile solution to real estate fund managers is an absolutely core part of our business. I’m delighted that Brian will be drawing further on his extensive experience and knowledge to continue to enhance our position and underline our market-leading offering for real estate fund managers.”

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