Oliver Burk, MRICS is the new Senior Asset Manager at the Frankfurt-based Silverton Group. Image: Silverton
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Silverton appoints Oliver Burk as Senior Asset Manager

Oliver Burk, MRICS (44) is the new Senior Asset Manager at the Frankfurt-based Silverton Group.

A graduate in architecture and real estate economics (IRE|BS), he will support the six-member asset management team from Frankfurt. He reports to Thorsten Leischke, Head of Real Estate Asset Management at Silverton. Silverton currently has 250 million Euro of assets under management in the property sector.

Oliver Burk joins the company from the Schroder Real Estate Kapitalverwaltungsgesellschaft, where he was responsible for managing commercial properties, with a total market value of ca. 360 million Euro, in Hamburg, Berlin and Erfurt. He has been working in the property sector since 2002, with experience in the field of valuation as well as asset, property and project management.

Previous positions in his professional career include Arminius Kapitalgesellschaft, PlusAlpina Real Estate Management, Roux Deutschland and Drees & Sommer.

Jascha Hofferbert, Managing Director and co-founder of Silverton, comments: “We are pleased to welcome Oliver Burk as another experienced member of our team. This strengthening of our team takes account of the constantly growing real estate portfolio that we manage on behalf of our clients.”

In addition to investment and asset management of commercial property and loans secured on real estate, Silverton’s palette of services includes consultancy on transactions and settlement in the fields of special situations, distressed debt and real estate, as well as risk advisory and banking consultancy services.

Silverton is one of the few credit service providers in Germany to be granted a licence to provide payment services (“Zahlungslizenz”) from the Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (“BaFin” – the federal office for supervision of financial services). The company has offices in Frankfurt, Munich, Madrid and New York.

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