Roman Zwolinski. Credit: IPH
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IPH appoints Roman Zwolinski as Head of Transactions Germany

IPH Transact has bundled and strengthened its own expertise in the field of acquisitions and sales by appointing Roman Zwolinski as Head of Transactions Germany.

In his new position, he will actively consult clients such as fund managers, institutional investors or family offices throughout Germany in the sourcing, due diligence and execution of transactions in the high-street, shopping center and retail park segments.

“To fill this strategically important position, we took our time to find a professional who wholeheartedly shares our entrepreneurial philosophy with its unconditional focus on implementing practical solutions. With Roman Zwolinski, we have now found what we were looking for and want to continue to drive our strong qualitative growth together,” comments Lars Jähnichen, Managing Director of IPH Group.

“I am very much looking forward to the exciting tasks at hand. The nationwide, multi-layered and constantly growing network of IPH allows me to contribute my experience from both the consultant and investor side. Furthermore, I share IPH’s modern interdisciplinary team approach,” adds Roman Zwolinski, Head of Transactions at IPH.

Roman Zwolinski most recently served as Head of Investment at Kleinschmidt Immobilien GmbH. Prior to this, he held management positions for several years each at Lührmann München GmbH und Co. KG, BNP Paribas Real Estate GmbH and Bayerische Versorgungskammer. In his career to date, he has gained experience in both transactions and project developments in the retail, office and hotel sectors. The business graduate (LMU Munich) also holds a degree in real estate economics from IREBS Regensburg.

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