Barbara Linnemann, Head of Asset Management Germany at Savills IM, Credit: Savills IM

Barbara Linnemann appointed Head of Asset Management Germany at Savills IM

She will be responsible for the planning, management, implementation and control of all value-enhancing measures in the German real estate portfolio.

The international real estate investment manager Savills Investment Management (Savills IM) has appointed Barbara Linnemann to Head of Asset Management Germany. As head of the German team, she will drive the continued expansion of Savills IM’s asset management activities in the country including the growing business segment of asset management mandates for foreign investors.

A graduate in business administration, Linnemann has over 25 years of experience in the international real estate industry. Her previous positions include asset management roles at well-known market leaders such as Vivico (today CA Immo), Shaftsbury Asset Management and Corpus Sireo/Morgan Stanley (with the asset management platform Argoneo). Most recently, she was Managing Director at Apleona Argoneo, with responsibility for Asset Management.

Carolina v. Groddeck, Head of Germany at Savills IM, said: ”Our 30-year track record is based on focusing on active asset management and generating sustainable returns for our domestic and foreign investors. In a challenging market environment with constantly growing requirements, we are very pleased to have gained in Barbara an experienced executive and proven asset management specialist.”

Barbara Linnemann, Head of Asset Management Germany at Savills IM, added: ”The challenging and interesting range of responsibilities offers me an excellent opportunity to contribute my many years of asset management experience  to continue the growth of Savills IM in Germany. I look forward to strengthening the team and further optimizing our processes and service quality.”

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