Katja Bielecke has become a partner in the firm and continues within her current role of asset management and new business origination for Kintyre. Virom Subash has been promoted to become head of Kintyre’s project management team which, following two years of sustained growth, now manages eight development projects across Germany that total in excess of 200,000 sq m.
Adam Pearce, Kintyre’s managing partner, said: “We have already added 15 new members of staff to our team this year and these two senior promotions are part of our on-going expansion strategy which has seen annual AUM growth in excess of 20%.”
“The expansion of our senior management team will ensure that Kintyre’s clients have direct access to high-level contacts in all aspects of the services we provide. Katja’s wealth of experience will allow further growth of our business and at the same time, Virom’s in-depth market knowledge, technical understanding and extensive experience make him ideal to lead the expansion of our project management team,” he added.
Bielecke has 20 years’ experience of the distressed debt and real estate sectors across Germany and joined Kintyre in 2017. She previously worked at Lapithus, GE Capital and Hudson Advisors. She has a Diploma in Banking Economics from the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management.
Subash has 11 years’ experience in leading development projects, refurbishments and technical asset management across Europe and joined Kintyre in 2017. He previously worked at Commerz Real AG and Fraport AG – Frankfurt’s international airport. He is a Dipl.-Ing. and has graduated at the IREBS in Retail Real Estate Asset Management. Kintyre was established in 2009 and is a fully independent real estate owner-operator. The firm manages €1.5 billion worth of assets across Germany for domestic and international clients.