SWFI – Movers and Shakers – January 7, 2016
Schroder Real Estate Names Fukui Director of Strategic Partnerships
Makoto Fukui was hired as director of strategic partnerships at Schroder Real Estate, a unit of Schroder Investment Management. He will report to Chris Ludlam, Schroder’s head of real estate capital and be based in London. This is a new position. Fukui will focus on building strategic relationships with large investors such as pensions, real estate managers and sovereign wealth funds. Fukui comes directly from Yakumo Real Estate, a London-based real estate consultancy he formed. in September 2015. Fukui had a 19-year career at Mitsui Fudosan, a Japanese real estate company.
Gorman Decides to go with Kelleher as Successor
Gregory Fleming, co-President of Morgan Stanley, has stepped down. In October, Fleming’s responsibilities were narrowed. Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman appointed Colm Kelleher to be the company’s sole president. Gorman announced publicly that he plans to remain as CEO for at least 5 more years. Kelleher will move back to New York for his new position. He joined Morgan Stanley in 1989.
GIC Names Global Coordinator on Credit Opportunities
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