INTREAL appoints Malte Priester as further Managing Director

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2024-06-11   09:14
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Effective as of 1 December 2024, at the latest, Malte Priester (48) will be appointed as Managing Director of IntReal International Real Estate Kapitalverwaltungsgesellschaft mbH (“INTREAL”). For the time being, his appointment to this position remains subject to confirmation by the German Supervisory Authority for Financial Services (BaFin). The company’s senior management will thus be a team of four in future, including Camille Dufieux, Andreas Ertle, Malte Priester and Michael Schneider.

A certified business economist, Malte Priester obtained his degree in business administration from the University of Hamburg after having trained as a banker first. In 2006, he started his professional career as controller for the Warburg-Henderson KAG für Immobilien mbH, a real estate investment company. Between 2011 and 2015, he served as the company’s Head of Finance while also being responsible for the Corporate Planning and Management unit. He subsequently moved on to become Head of AIFM Services at INTREAL before becoming Managing Director of Quantum Immobilien KVG in 2022, there being mainly responsible for the Operations and Legal units.

Camille Dufieux, Managing Director of INTREAL, said: “We look forward to welcoming Malte Priester to our executive team soon, and to tackling the challenges of the coming years together with him. During his many years of service for INTREAL, we have come to know him as an experienced fund expert with an inspiring leadership personality. Moreover, he was instrumental in defining the development of INTREAL, especially through his participation in setting up our Luxembourg subsidiary.”

Michael Schneider, who will leave the senior management of INTREAL next year, commented: “By appointing Malte Priester, we managed once again to fill a key position in our company with an experienced and successful executive who already spent a significant part of his career working for INTREAL. It is a great way to ensure continuity of succession as we prepare for a smooth transition of leadership responsibility to our next generation of executives.”

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