Aviva Investors European Property Fund I GBP Inc
|Katowice Zero 12/49||56.33 %|
|Megaron B Zero 12/49||16.68 %|
|Ep Sarl Zero 12/49||11.65 %|
|Kista Equity Var 01/49||10.55 %|
|Megaron B - Zero 12/49||4.02 %|
|Sundsvall Zero 12/49||0.00 %|
Andrew is a fund manager within the Retail Funds Team, where he is lead fund manager for the Aviva Investors UK Property Fund. Prior to assuming his current role in December 2016, Andrew has managed real estate funds investing across the UK and Continental Europe at Aviva Investors for over 9 years. Before joining Aviva Investors, Andrew spent five years at Curzon Global Partners as an associate director working across acquisitions, asset management and investment strategy. Andrew started his career at Donaldsons as a graduate surveyor in the valuation department. Andrew has earned a post-graduate diploma in Law from Nottingham Trent University, an MPhil in Real Estate Finance from the University of Cambridge, where he was awarded the RICS Prize for the highest mark in university examinations, and holds an MA in Geography from the University of Oxford. He also holds the Investment Management Certificate and is a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.
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