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Audrey Camus, Credit: Ivanhoé Cambridge

Ivanhoé Cambridge appointed Audrey Camus as Vice President, Development and Asset Management, Europe

Camus will be responsible for all development projects and asset management activities in key European markets, Germany, France and United Kingdom.

The appointment rounds out the company’s European executive team, alongside Arnaud Malbos for investments and Stanislas Henry, for operations and strategic partnerships, respectively. Audrey Camus will be based in Paris and will take up her duties on September 9.

“I am pleased to welcome Audrey to Ivanhoé Cambridge in a key role for our organization and at an important time in our expansion,” said Karim Habra, Head of Europe, Ivanhoé Cambridge. “More than ever, asset management is a strategic function for our business in order to maximize the performance of our investments. Ground-up development and redevelopment projects are part of Ivanhoé Cambridge’s DNA and will support our value-creation strategies in Europe. I am convinced that Audrey will leverage her extensive expertise to help us reach our future goals.”

Camus is a civil engineer graduate of École Spéciale des Travaux Publics (ESTP) and holds a DESS (post-graduate diploma) from the Paris IAE (the Sorbonne Business School). She began her career in 1998 at Icade, where she held several positions; recruited as a Project Manager, she was later appointed a Special Project Advisor to the president. She was promoted to Head of Major Projects in 2004 and Director of Development in 2005. She then moved to ING Real Estate Development France in 2006, as Project Director. In 2007, she joined Foncière des Régions (renamed Covivio in 2018) as Project Director. Since 2010, she had been the company’s Head of Development and a member of its executive committee.