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Matthijs Storm proposed as new CEO of Wereldhave

The company‘s Supervisory Board announced the proposed nomination of as per August 1, 2019.

Matthijs Storm (40) is an internationally experienced real estate professional with extensive knowledge of real estate and data technology. He currently holds the position of Chief Investment Officer Real Estate & Head of Real Estate Investments and member of the Management team at Kempen Capital Management Investments (since 2011). Before, he held positions at Clarion Securities (owned by ING Real Estate and thereafter CBRE IM) and Fortis.
During his career, he has managed a broad variety of real estate investments on all continents. In his current position at Kempen Capital Management, he has implemented data technology to map properties, locations and portfolios for the entire investment- and asset selection processes. The nomination is fully in line with Wereldhave’s remuneration policy and Wereldhave’s Works Council has rendered a positive advice.
Adriaan Nühn, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, commented: “We are pleased to nominate Matthijs Storm to take the helm at Wereldhave, together with Dennis de Vreede, our CFO. Matthijs is fully committed to the business continuity of Wereldhave. He has a strong ambition to further strengthen Wereldhave’s market position. With his excellent people management skills, he is able to get the best out of Wereldhave’s organisation”.

An extraordinary meeting of shareholders will be held on July 9, 2019, at 14.00h CET, in the Hilton Hotel at Schiphol Airport, Schiphol Boulevard 701, 1118 BN Schiphol. The convocation and agenda for the meeting will be published on May 27, 2019 at

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