REAL Asset Management Group continues to grow its Brisbane team with two key appointments.
Andrew Rojek joins RAM Australia Property Services (RAMPS) as an analyst from Colliers, where he was head of market intelligence for western Canada. Prior to this, he was senior analyst – capital markets for JLL in Brisbane. He holds a degree in Business Management majoring in Real Estate Development from the University of Queensland.
Chris Singh has been appointed an analyst. He was previously with Chesterton Corporate Property Advisors in Brisbane, where he was a land economist and valuer. He holds a Bachelor of Property Economics and Development from the University of the Sunshine Coast and is a Certified Practicing Valuer.
RAM head of real estate Will Gray said both were excellent additions to the real estate team.
“The $350 million RAM Australia Retail Property Fund, which is made up of a portfolio of 11 quality neighbourhood or convenience-based shopping centres on Australia’s eastern seaboard, is now focusing on an extensive value-add extraction phase which involves investment projects across the existing portfolio to improve shopping centre capacity and quality as well as triple bottom returns to all fund stakeholders.
“Our newer RAM Australia Medical Property Fund (RAMPF), which focuses on quality medical-anchored assets such as medical centres, hospitals, specialist facilities and allied health service providers currently has one Gold Coast day hospital asset. Our strategy is to grow RAMPF steadily over the next two years, as complementary assets are identified,” Gray said.