Uwe Janz appointed Head of Treasury and Private Debt of IntReal

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2024-07-09   09:15
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Uwe Janz (59) has just been appointed Head of Treasury and Private Debt of IntReal International Real Estate Kapitalverwaltungsgesellschaft mbH (“INTREAL”). A seasoned financial expert, Janz has worked for INTREAL as Head of Treasury since 2020. Expanding his sphere of ownership to include private debt reflects the fact that INTREAL is widening its range of activities, with the company’s subsidiary IntReal Luxembourg S.A. now administrating the infrastructure and private debt segments as well as umbrella funds in addition to real estate funds.

Prior to transferring to INTREAL, the trained banker spent eleven years with KanAm Grund Kapitalverwaltungsgesellschaft as Head of Financing and Treasury. Before that, he had been working for various German and international banks after starting his professional career in 1989. Early on in this period, he focused on the interest and currency management and was assigned executive roles within a few short years.

Camille Dufieux said: “For our existing and potential fund partners, the subject of private debt has kept gaining in significance since the interest rate reversal in 2022. The present and future funding environment in the commercial real estate market is defined by a noticeably more restrictive and selective lending policy on the part of banks. This makes it reasonable to expect a massive refinancing gap to open up in Europe’s commercial real estate market. We believe that the changed market and interest environments will help establish real estate private debt more and more as an alternative and supplementary form of financing for asset managers, and as an investment opportunity for real estate market players. So, it made perfect sense for us to start building up know-how in this field. This manifests itself not least in the expanded sphere of ownership of Uwe Janz, whose experience and expertise played a key role in the successful development of INTREAL over the past years.”

Rudolf Kömen, Conducting Officer of INTREAL Luxembourg S.A., added: “With its offer to launch and administrate private debt funds in the real estate and infrastructure segments via its fully licensed Luxembourg subsidiary, INTREAL gives its clients a chance to participate in emerging market developments. Expanding our service platform in Luxembourg to include the private debt asset class helps us focus even more strongly on our international business as an AIFM and central administrator. Meanwhile, we assisted our first fund partner in the launch of a private debt fund, with others to follow soon.”

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