Schroder Real Estate appoints Makoto Fukui to drive strategic partnerships
Schroders is today announcing the appointment of Makoto Fukui as a senior member of its real estate business, into a newly created role of Director of Strategic Partnerships.
Makoto joins Schroder Real Estate after 19 years at major Japanese property company Mitsui Fudosan. There he spent the past nine years building its London development business leading investment and joint venture transactions such as 5 Hanover Square in Mayfair, One Angel Court in the City of London, Television Centre in White City, and a strategic corporate investment in property developer Stanhope PLC.
At Schroders Makoto will be focused on developing strategic partnerships with major global investors, arranging joint ventures and executing bespoke investment and asset management initiatives. Based in London and reporting to the Head of Real Estate Capital Chris Ludlam, Makoto will be responsible for formulating client investment strategies, capital raising, managing joint venture investments, and working with the UK and European investment teams on sourcing and disposals.
Duncan Owen, Global Head of Real Estate at Schroders commented:
‘We are delighted to welcome Makoto to our team. He has extensive investment and development experience, and a strong network amongst global investors as well as the UK and European real estate community. We have recently undertaken a number of significant strategic partnerships in London, Paris, Berlin and Brussels and Makoto’s significant experience and multifaceted skill-set will allow us to continue to grow this successful part of our business further.’
Makoto will also assist in developing key Japanese and Asian relationships as well as contribute to the acquisition and implementation of large specialist projects primarily in major markets such as London, Paris and Berlin.
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Schroder Real Estate
Schroders has managed real estate funds since 1971 and currently has £12.4 billion[i] (€16.8 billion / US$18.7 billion) of gross real estate assets under management as at 30 September 2015. Most of the real estate funds referred to are unauthorised collective investment schemes as defined in the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. Promotion of these funds is restricted and access to full information about these funds is only available to those exempt from the restriction.
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Schroders is a global asset management company with £294.8 billion (€400.0 billion / US$446.5 billion) under management as at 30 September 2015. Our clients are major financial institutions including pension funds, banks and insurance companies, local and public authorities, governments, charities, high net worth individuals and retail investors.
With one of the largest networks of offices of any dedicated asset management company, we operate from 37 offices in 27 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Middle East. Schroders has developed under stable ownership for over 200 years and long-term thinking governs our approach to investing, building client relationships and growing our business.
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[i]Includes holdings of Real Estate Capital Partners and Schroders Multi-asset Funds in the Real Estate AUM
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