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2019 Jury

The entries for the CEEQA awards are judged by a group of the most experienced and influential operators across the CEE and SEE property markets.

Each year, a panel of judges is selected from senior management representatives of market leading companies active in the sector who are charged with nominating candidates in 23 award categories, before inviting them to submit entry forms. The jury then assesses all the entries to decide on the short list and eventual winners through a rigorous procedure closely monitored by Deloitte.

Judging from experience

The year’s judges are selected to ensure balanced geographical and segmental market coverage in collaboration with the CEEQA Agent Partners group of international agents currently comprising BNP Paribas, CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, JLL and Savills.

Once the jury is selected they are asked to make their nominations for the year’s awards in all categories, the nominees are then invited to submit an entry form.

All entry forms are reviewed and scored in an online voting process (first round of voting) to provide the awards short list. The winners in each category are selected from the short list at a meeting of the jury on 14th May, the day before the CEEQA Gala (final voting round). All voting and results are kept strictly confidential prior to the announcement at the CEEQA Gala.

The annual CEEQA Gala attracts nearly 900 business leaders and decision makers in commercial real estate investment from more than 50 countries and is the sector’s flagship annual gathering.

We’re pleased to present the members of this year’s CEEQA Jury.

Industry Operators

    • Arkadiusz Rudzki, Managing Director Poland, Skanska Commercial Development Europe

      Arkadiusz has over 20 years of experience on the real estate market that he has gained through his work with leading financial institutions, advisory firms, and private equity funds operating in the real estate sector. He was appointed Managing Director at Skanska Property Poland in January 2016 with responsibility for the company’s operations and strategic decisions in Poland. He is currently temporarily serving as the company’s regional leader.

      Since his appointment as Managing Director, the company has continuously achieved record-breaking results in development and leasing, and continues to expand its land parcel portfolio with the most attractive areas in key markets across Poland, with special focus on city centres. Skanska’s Poland unit sets the standards for innovation in the building industry and developing innovative workplaces, and has consistently led the way in sustainable development and business practices. The company has introduced its proprietary software, Connected by Skanska, which will be integrated with all new office projects in the area of Central and Eastern Europe.

    • Arpad Torok, (MRICS) Chief Executive Officer, TriGranit

      Arpad has been in the international property development and advisory business for more than 23 years including 17 years with TriGranit, having previously held senior management positions at Cushman & Wakefield in Hungary and Greece. He was appointed to CEO of TriGranit in 2009, taking over the position during the most demanding global economic and market conditions. The company has sincesucceeded to obtain over 1 billion Euros in financing and refinancing to develop around 950,000 m² of projects completed or currently under construction. Asset disposals in Central Europe – including the purchase of TriGranit by TPG – with a cumulative transaction volume of EUR 1,7 billion, both retail and offices were completed with his active participation like Bonarka for Business office complex in Krakow, Poznan City Center in Poznan or the Arena Centar in Zagreb.

      TriGranit is one of the largest fully integrated real estate investment, development and management company, operating in Central Europe. The company’s focus is on mixed-use “City Center”, office and retail developments in strategic urban locations.

      Arpad holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the College for Foreign Trade and the University of Humberside, an MA in business management and an MBA in European business administration from the University of Lincoln. He is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He was awarded the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary – Golden Cross by the President of Hungary in 2012. His vision and professional approach has been appreciated by his peers and colleagues several times: received in 2011 by CIJ Real Estate Awards – Industry Leadership Award; in 2015 by Iroda.hu – Real-estate Market Personality of the Year; in 2016 by Finance-Monthly – CEO of the Year; and by Global Brands Magazine –  Most Inspiring Real Estate CEO.

    • Arvi Luoma, Managing Director, Head of European Investments, W. P. Carey

      Arvi is based in London and is responsible for W. P. Carey’s European investment activities. His experience extends to approximately €4 billion of sale-leaseback, net lease and build-to-suit investments in 18 European countries and across all major asset classes. He holds a degree in Materials Science, Economics and Management (MEng) from Oxford University.

    • David Yearn, Business Development Manager CEE, First Title

      David is Business Development Manager for CEE for First Title covering Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, and Bulgaria. He has worked for First Title for over ten years and has extensive experience in securing insurance solutions for clients ranging from investment funds, developers, banks and PE funds. David is responsible for client relations across the region and is the key contact for all First Title business in CEE.

    • Dieter Knittel, Head of International Real Estate Finance for Central and Eastern Europe, PBB Deutsche Pfandbriefbank

      Dieter is responsible for the bank’s lending portfolio in the region.The regional focus is on Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania. Dieter has been active in the CEE market for more than twenty years, including five years based in Warsaw between 1997 and 2002 as Head of Credit and Senior Risk Management.

    • Evan Lazar, Co-Chairman, Global Real Estate, Dentons

      Evan is Co-Chairman of the Global Real Estate Group at Dentons. He is in the top tier group of attorneys specializing in cross-border and emerging markets property investment and finance matters, and is widely recognized as one of the leading real estate investment and property finance lawyers in Europe.

      Evan handles major real estate mergers and acquisitions for international real estate funds and private equity organisations, as well as joint ventures, developments and financings throughout Europe and on other continents. His extensive experience in all areas of cross-border transactions has placed him at the forefront of many of the region’s most important property and finance deals, including major retail, hotel, office, logistics and residential developments, financings and institutional investments. Evan acts for numerous leading institutional clients, including AIG Global Real Estate, Blackstone, Deutsche Pfandbriefbank, Heitman International, Morgan Stanley, Round Hill and Starwood Capital Group.

      He served as the Co-Chair of Salans’ Global Real Estate Group for ten years before Dentons was founded. Prior to that, he was the founder of the Central European Real Estate Practice at Weil, Gotshal & Manges and later Co-Chairman of their European Property and Finance Group. Before moving to Europe in 1993, Evan was a real estate lawyer in Philadelphia with Wolf, Block, Schorr & Solis-Cohen LLP.

    • Ferdinand Baggeroer, Board Member, cmT

      Ferdinand graduate in engineering from Hanover University with international experience in construction management; founder and President of the cmT Group consisting of: cmT Sp. z o.o. specializing in construction and project management, GerPlan Sp. z o.o. responsible for mechanical and electrical design as well as for architectural design services and GerProp company which is accountable for property management and minor project execution.

      Mr Baggeroer is managing the big variety of significant and demanding projects of different nature executed by all companies.

    • Gijs Klomp, Investment Director, NEPI Rockcastle

      Gijs joined NEPI Rockcastle in 2016 to cover the CEE markets, having previously worked for CBRE and JLL in capital markets advisory from 2013, following over a decade with ING REIM in the Hague, Prague, Bucharest and Budapest in varying roles from research analyst to acquisitions and divestments, and asset management, since graduating in real estate management from the Eindhoven University of Technology in 2002.

      NEPI is one of the largest retail property landlords in CEE with assets in Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia.

    • Ian Booth, Partner, Head of Poland, BuroHappold Engineering

      Under Ian’s leadership the practice has earned a leading position on the Polish market proven by prestigious project portfolio and high client opinions. Ian promotes the concept of sustainable construction that positively affects the health of its users. BuroHappold’s Warsaw office is the first WELL Building Standard certified project in Poland and the CEE. Ian is a clients’ needs orientated building services engineer with over twenty years of international experience in the office, retail, residential and industrial sectors. The leader of such prestigious projects as Q22 in Warsaw, the British Embassy in Warsaw and the new venue of the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice.

    • Ioana Niculeasa, Head of Real Estate, NNDKP

      Ioana leads NNDKP’s Real Estate practice and is a seasoned lawyer with 18 years of professional experience. A partner of the firm since 2009, she has outstanding experience in real estate projects involving the full spectrum of assets from office buildings and shopping centres, to residential, logistic and industrial developments. Ioana is acknowledgedas a Leading Lawyer by reputed international legal guides that describe her as “always trying to find solutions” as “she reallyknows what she’s talking about“.

    • Kirsten Felden, Senior Investment Manager for CEE Region, Union Investment Real Estate

      Kirsten Felden graduated at the EBC University of Applied Sciences, Hamburg with Master Degree for International Management in 1993. She has 10 years experience in development, restructuring and leasing of shopping-centers. She joined Union Investment in 2004 and was responsible for investments in Turkey, Benelux and Mexico until 2007. Since 2008 she is responsible for property acquisitions and sales in CEE region.

      Union Investment is a leading international property investment company specialising in open-ended real estate funds for private and institutional investors and has assets under management of some € 35 billion in 20 real estate funds. The current portfolio comprises 365 properties and projects throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia/Pacific. Union Investment operates as an institutional investor, landlord and developer in 23 countries around the world, with approximately 60% of property assets located outside Germany.

    • Liad Barzilai, Group CEO, Atrium European Real Estate

      Liad joined Atrium Group in 2008; until 2015 Liad was the Group Chief Investment Officer responsible for the Group’s pipeline of acquisitions and divestments, and from November 2015 until December 2016 he was Chief Investment Officer at Gazit-Globe. He has a BA in Business Economics & Management from Guilford Glazer School of Business & Management, Ben-Gurion University and an MBA from Reccanati Business School, Tel Aviv University.

      Atrium European Real Estate is a leading owner, operator and redeveloper of shopping centres and retail real estate in Central Europe. The Group’s portfolio includes 34 shopping centres and retail properties in four countries, with the market value of €2.8 billion and gross leasable area of over 900,000 square meters. Atriumis listedon the Vienna Stock Exchange and Euronext Amsterdam under the ticker ATRS.

    • Mark Rea, Managing Partner, Sentient

      Sentient is one of the largest Project & Cost Management Consultants operating throughout Central & Eastern Europe and beyond. Following 22 yearswith Gardiner & Theobald, rising to Equity Partner, in 2013 Mark led the successful buyout of the G&T CEE operation together with the other regional partners. With the rebranding completed in October 2013, Sentient is now firmly established throughout the region with offices in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Montenegro and Croatia, together with extensive experience in many of the neighbouring countries, including into Italy and Austria – all based on the provision of high quality, client-focused services.

      Mark has been based in CEE for over 20 years and has experience throughout the region. He is a Member of the Institute of Royal Chartered Surveyors.

    • Martin Erbe, Head of International Real Estate Finance Continental Europe, Helaba

      Martin is responsible for real estate lending across continental Europe for Helaba Landesbank Hesse-Thuringia, which belongs to the German savings bank network. Based at the bank’s Frankfurt headquarter, he manages the origination for Central Europe and Benelux. Martin has worked on a wide range of financing transactions in the past and has more than 22 years of real estate experience in the European markets.

      Helaba currently manages a loan book of around EUR 34 bn in commercial real estate, almost half of this amount representing the bank’s international business in Europe and the US. Helaba’s relationship-oriented strategy has remained unchanged for years and is consistently directedtowards its target markets.

    • Nicklas Lindberg, CEO, Echo Investment

       

      Nicklas Lindberg joined Echo Investment in the first half of 2016 and, as chief executive officer, is responsible for all areas of the company’s activity. In 2001–2015, Nicklas was with Skanska, where he worked as President for Skanska Commercial Development Europe (CDE), Skanska’s business unit that develops properties in Central and Eastern Europe, and as the head of Skanska Property Poland, a unit within Skanska Commercial Development Europe. Prior tothat,he had worked with Residential Development in the Nordics and for Skanska Russia as both CFO and CEO.

    • Peter Heckelsmueller, Head of Acquisition CEE, Deka Immobilien

      Peter is responsible for all acquisitions and sales across CEE, Switzerland and Austria on behalf of Deka Immobilien GmbH. Deka Immobilien is one of Europe’s leading real estate investment managers. In his role,he has acquired a comprehensive portfolio of office, logistic, hotel and retail properties around the region. He is based in Frankfurt, has a wealth of experience in real estate and an 18-year track record of closing successful transactions.

    • Peter Morris, Owner & Managing Director, Gage Partners

      Peter has developed and acquired over 200 million Euros worth of real estate in Estonia, Lithuania, Czechia and Portugal.

      Through its subsidiary Golden Visa Property Investment, Gage Partners is investing in and developing Portuguese properties to be sold to foreigners seeking to benefit from Portugal’s unique visa and personal tax incentive programs, as well as Portugal’s surge in popularity as a tourism destination.

      The most recent investments are the five star Lumiares Hotel and Spa in Bairro Alto neighbourhood of Lisbon, and the five star Vintage Lisboa Hotel, as well as a handful of 18thand 19thcentury residential properties in Lisbon under redevelopment as apartment buildings.

      Gage Partners owns retail real estate in the Baltic States, including Sikupilli Shopping Center in Tallinn. Gage Partners sold NØRDIKA Shopping Valley in Vilnius in 2016.

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      Peter managed Ober-Haus Real Estate Advisors in four countries from the company start-up in 1994 through its sale in June 2007. At the time of its sale, Ober-Haus Real Estate Advisors was the largest property brokerage and advisory firm in Central and Eastern Europe with more than 35 offices and 350 real estate professionals in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland, offering asset acquisition and disposal, property valuations, property asset

    • Peter Szamely, (MRICS) Head of CEE & SEE, Hypo Noe

      Peter is a trained economist by background having graduated in Budapest in 1988. He holds an MPhil degree in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge and a joint MSc degree in Real Estate from the Budapest Technical University and the Nottingham Trent University. He started his career some 30 years ago and gained a wealth of experience in the field of property agency, development, valuation and investment & banking with local and international firms such as Price Waterhouse, Kuwait Petroleum, Jones Lang Wootton and Eurohypo. He is currently responsible for the CEE & SEE Region at HYPO NOE Landesbank für Niederosterreich und Wien Bank AG.

      Peter has been a member of RICS since 1999 and served as Chairman of RICS Hungary for six years and was also a member of the RICS Europe board for six years. He has recently completed his 6 year term on the Board of RICS Austria.

       

    • Petr Panek, Head of CEE Real Estate, White & Case

      Petr Panek is a Czech and US law-qualified deal leader heading the CEE real estate team at White & Case. He acts for a wide range of sponsors, developers, banks and other clients on real estate matters across all market segments, with a particular focus on large ticket deals, portfolio and cross-border transactions.  Over the years he has advised on some of the most significant real estate deals in CEE.

    • Rafal Nowicki, CEO Poland & Russia, Apollo RIda

      Rafał Nowicki holds the position of CEO of Apollo-Rida Poland. With nearly 25 years of experience in commercial real estate he is responsible for company’s business in Poland, Russia, and Germany. Throughout his carrier he has been involved in many benchmark setting investment, financing and leasing transactions. Most recently Mr. Nowicki led the EUR 1bln disposition of the Metro retail portfolio as well as the leasing of a portfolio of 12 DIY stores to the OBI Group.

    • Richard Wilkinson, Chief Financial Officer, CTP

      Richard started his role as Group CFO for CTP in July 2018, which includes looking after the refinancing of CTP’s portfolio of over 4.5 million sqm of premium industrial property. Prior tojoining CTP, Richard ran the CRE business of Erste Group across CEE for 14 years, turning it into one of the leading CRE banking franchises. He has a Law degree from the London School of Economics.

    • Robert Dobrzycki, Chief Executive Officer Europe, Panattoni Europe

      Robert Dobrzycki oversees the operations in the United Kingdom, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia. He set up Panattoni Europe’s headquarters for the CEE region in Poland in 2005 and in 2014 was appointed CEO for Europe. In 13 years under Robert’s management the company has developed over 5.5 million sqm of warehouse space out of existing stock of 14 million sqm in Poland. Both in 2017 and 2018 Panattoni Europe was listed first in the TOP DEVELOPERS ranking in Europe by Property EU title.

      Robert began his career with Menard Doswell & Co., an industrial real estate development company, has over 17 years of experience in the real estate business. He is a Warsaw University graduate and has a Masters in Business Management degree.

    • Tomasz Stasiak, Partner, Wolf Theiss

      Tomasz is a Partner and the Head of the Real Estate and Construction practice group of Wolf Theiss in Poland. He has 20 years of experience on the Polish real estate market, acting for international investors and developers, and participating in a number of landmark transactions. He has been involved in all stages of property projects, from purchasing land, through commissioning contractors and consultants and arranging for funding and leasing, to the sale of completed projects. Prior to joining Wolf Theiss, Tomasz worked at other prominent international law firms in Warsaw and Kyiv. He is admittedto the Warsaw Bar of Legal Advisers.

      Tomasz’s specialisations are Construction & Infrastructure Projects, Corporate and Commercial & M&A, Real Estate and Retail.

    • Victor Constantinescu, Partner, Head of Real Estate SEE, Kinstellar

      Victor is a Partner based in the Bucharest office of Kinstellar and co-head of the firm’s real estate practice and is responsible for the SEE region. He has been ranked for several years as a Band 1 lawyer in the Romanian real estate sector by the leading international legal directories Chambers, Legal 500 and other benchmark publications. In recent editions, clients recommend him as “an outstanding practitioner for his commercially-oriented approach”, as well as for “his commercial and precise advice, flexibility and international experience”. He is further described as “experienced, active and well-connected”, with clients appreciating the “very easy communication” with him. Born and raised in Canada, he is a native English speaker. He began his career practicing in the United States before moving to Romania full-time in 2004. He is admittedto the New York and Bucharest Bars.

      Kinstellar is the leading law firm in Central and Eastern Europe, with offices in 10 countries and over 200 lawyers. Victor represents institutional investors, funds and developers in all classes of real estate, with a particular specialty in investment transactions (both buy- and sale-side), joint ventures, and development and asset management matters. He has over 15 years of experience in Romania and the wider region in organisingand leading complex transactions to meet the required objectives and deadlines.

    • Vladimir Bolek, Member of the Board, IAD Investments

      Valdimir has been a member of the Management Board of IAD Investments since 2015. He is responsible for all of the company’s portfolio management activities, having joined the company in 2010 as portfolio manager for its “First Real Estate Fund”, where he was also involved as deputy of several real estate companies incorporated in the structure of the fund.

      Vladimir began his career in 1994 in public administration at central state administration level in Bratislava. Later, after the transition to the private sphere, he became assetmanager specialisingin real estate investments. After the establishment of specialisedreal estate mutual funds in Slovakia in 2006, he became portfolio manager of a specialised real estate fund in Erste Asset Management in Slovakia. He also created and managed portfolios for a private banking department. Later, he participated in portfolio management of the corporate real estate company Slovnaft a.s., before joining IAD Investments.

      Vladimir is also a contributor to professional publications dealing with the issue of investment and asset management of real estate in Slovakia. He studied social sciences at Comenius University in Bratislava and later law and economics at Nottingham Trent University and Brno International Business School in the Czech Republic.

Agent & Strategic Partners

    • Ben Maudling, CEO Czech Republic & Slovakia, Savills

      Ben Maudling leads Savills activities in the Czech & Slovak Republics. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors with over 26 yearsworking experience in Central Europe. In the year 2000, Ben sold to CBRE a Czech property consultancy that he owned and had built since 1995. Ben went on to establish and head up the CEE operations of INVESCO Real Estate and Palmer Capital. In January 2017, Ben established Savills Czech and Slovak operation with the clear goal of making it a market leader within threeyears. Surprising a few doubters, after just 18 months the company has 50 high-quality employees, and is well establishedwith growing service lines.

      Noteworthy achievements to date of Savills CZ include the acquisition of SB Property Services property management company, securing sale instructions for property with a value over EUR 700 million, establishing a property management department which manages buildings with a value over EUR 750 million and creating an industrial leasing department which has acted on 65,000 sq m of leasing instructions in less than a year.

    • Charles Taylor, Managing Partner Poland, Cushman & Wakefield

      A Partner at Cushman & Wakefield with over 20 years of experience in the property profession, Charles is currently Managing Partner of the firm’s Polish offices. He was previously Managing Director of Hungary and Head of Capital Markets for the CEE region, having been basedin Hungary for 15 years. He has a significant track record of closing successful transactions across the region.

    • Daniel Bienias, (MRICS) Managing Director Poland, CBRE

      Daniel leads the team of over 450 professionals for CBRE in Poland.He joined CBRE in 2010. Previously, Daniel headed the Tenant Representation division in the CBRE’s Office Agency. Daniel has over 20 years of real estate experience. During his career,he has provided advice to many local, international and global companies. Daniel graduated from the University of Szczecin and postgraduated from the Warsaw University of Technology and Sheffield Hallam University. He is a Member of RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and holds a Real Estate Broker and CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) licenses.

    • Erik Drukker, Managing Director Central and Eastern Europe, BNP Paribas Real Estate

      Erik holds the position of Board Member and Managing Director for Central & Eastern Europeoverseeing the company’s services in the region in the areas ofCapital Markets, Property Management, Transaction, Consulting and Valuation. He is responsible for all Agency & Valuation service lines. During his 23-year-long career inPoland,he mostly worked for DTZ in theposition of Deputy Managing Director and board member, where his day-to-day duties also included the runningof the Office and Industrial Agencies.

      Erik represented numerous developers and corporate occupiers in the acquisition and/ordisposal of their real estate. He uses his vast experience in implementing new services and solutions in the rapidly changing real estate market throughout CEE.

    • Jonathan Hallett, (MRICS) Executive Partner, Head of Central & Eastern Europe, Cushman & Wakefield

      As Head of Central & Eastern Europe, Jonathan oversees Cushman & Wakefield’s operations across the region, with over 1100 staff in six countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Russia and Turkey) and Cushman & Wakefield Alliance partners in further nine countries across the CEE region.

      Jonathan is a European Executive Committee Member of Cushman & Wakefield and the Managing Partner of Cushman & Wakefield in the Czech Republic. He is a member of the RICS, IBF Board Member (International Business Forum), and BGMC Board Member.

    • Marcin Klammer, Chief Executive Officer for Central and Eastern Europe, BNP Paribas Real Estate

      Marcin is the Chief Executive Officer for Central and Eastern Europe at BNP Paribas Real Estate, a consultancy specialising in real estate advisory services, including transactions, leasing, valuations, market research, investment advice and property management for all types of real estate.

      Prior tojoining BNP Paribas Real Estate, Marcin spent six years in the position of President of the Management Board at Arcadis, one of the leading global consultancy and design companies in the area of infrastructure, real estate, environment and water management. At the same time as working in his role as the President of the Management Board, he was the European Market Sector Leader for Manufacturing and Technology at Arcadis. He was responsible for the developmentof clients’ capabilities within the manufacturing and new technologies sector across Europe.

      Before joining Arcadis, Marcin was the managing partner at EC Harris in Poland and a member of the European Management Team responsible for Central and Eastern Europe and Russia. Marcin is a licensed architect, member of RICS and the National Chamber of Polish Architects.

    • Mike Atwell, Lead Director Capital Markets CEE, JLL

      Eastern Europe, overseeing JLL’s Capital Markets business across the region. With a total headcount of over 40, JLL’s capital markets team is one of the largest in the region and is considered the leading transactional team in CEE, across all sectors. Having recentlyjoined JLL, Mike is enhancing the team with his regionally diverse experience, giving him a unique perspective on real estate markets today.

      Mike brings to JLL more than 30 years of experience in the real estate market, including 13 years in Central Europe, during which he was involvedin some of the highest profile transactions across the region. He spent his initial years in London andalsohas spent nineyears in the Middle East, in countries such as Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. Following that, Mike joined CBRE in 2012 as Head of Capital Markets CEE, based in Warsaw. In January 2016, CBRE transferred Mike to Paris to become Head of Capital Markets.

    • Richard Curran, (MRICS) Managing Director Czech Republic, CBRE

      experience in the Czech commercial real estate market. He has led the CBRE Czech office since 2008, having joined the company in 2004 to lead the Agency side of the business. During this time, he has overseen the growth of the office from 35 people to over 300, and has been involved in the establishment of the industrial, retail and project management business lines. He has also overseen the acquisition of the EMCM and Impact Corti businesses, and their subsequent mergers into the CBRE Czech business.

      Richard has an honours degree from the National University of Ireland and is a Member of the Royal Institution of Charted Surveyors (RICS).

    • Tina Paillet, (MRICS) Chair of the Board, Europe, RICS

      Tina is currently Chair of the RICS Europe Board, where she will focus her tenure on preparing the profession for the PropTech revolution. She holds a Master’s degree from ESSEC School of Management, Paris, and graduated as Architecte DPLG from the Ecole d’Architecture de Versailles.

      Tina is an international real estate executive and brings to the table a wealth of real estate experience, including most recently the completion of a 420 000 sq ftoffice development in the City of London for Generali Real Estate (€26 billion AUM), where over the past nineyears she has held the positions of Global Head of Asset Management, Head of UKand North America and Global Head of Projects and Technology. Across these roles, Tina has overseen major projects for the Group, including office and retail developments in France, Italy, Germany, Portugal and Spain. Tina sits on GRE’s Investment Committee and has also sourced deals for the group’s UKand North American pipeline.

    • Tomasz Buras, CEO Poland, Savills

      Tomasz joined Savills in 2011 as Head of Office Agency and Board Member. He was further promotedto Head of Country in 2014. Under his leadership, Savills business in Poland grewfrom over 50 to almost 130 staff members and its revenue more than doubled. Savills is active in all main real estate asset classes, i.e. offices, industrial and retail, where its experts provide advisory services to clients in leasing, investment, property management and building consultancy. From 2018, Savillshas expandedits services in the capital markets section, adding Corporate Finance & PRS Advisory, and setting up Industrial Investment team, building on the strong e-commerce growth and Poland’s strategic location as a gateway between Western Europe and Asia.

      Prior toSavills, Tomasz spent over 5years at King Sturge. Before that,he worked at Corporate Solutions at JLL. He is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics, a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, MRICS and a CCIM specialist.

    • Tomasz Trzoslo, Managing Director & Head of Capital Markets Poland, JLL

      Tomasz is now Managing Director for JLL in the CEE, having taken over the role in the CEE at the end of 2018. He oversees JLL activities in the region (offices in Bucharest, Budapest, Bratislava and Prague, and JLL activities across all countries in the CEE/SEE region). He also continues as the Managing Director of JLL Poland.

      Tomasz has over 20 years of experience in the Central European real estate markets. He has run Polish capital markets team since 2005, and the wider CEE capital markets from 2008 to 2013. He has participated in numerous transactions across the CEE, including investment, structured equity, fund raising and debt deals. One of his recent accomplishments in his MD role at JLL is the acquisition of REAS, a residential consultancy based in Warsaw, thus allowing JLL to cover all sectors of real estate in Poland, with the plan to roll out the residential advisory services across the region.

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