JP Morgan Brings On New Global Real Estate Equity Head
JP Morgan just created a new position to focus on global real estate equity while managing more than $2.5B in internationally listed real estate.
And the investment behemoth hired Alan Supple, who formerly was part of CenterSquare Investment Management, a BNY Mellon Asset real estate investment subsidiary, Pensions & Investments reports. Supple built and led a team that oversaw the firm’s European global real estate and managed the region’s securities strategies.
This hiring and the creation of a new position indicates JP Morgan is increasing its focus on global real estate. Supple will report to Howard Williams, JP Morgan’s head of global equities. [PIOnline]