Investment Manager (AIFM)
Real asset investment management is benefiting from the persistently low interest rate environment. However, the competition is steadily increasing and the requirements are increasing - not least due to state regulation.
My advisory approach covers the entire scope of the success components of an AIFM:
Positioning and definition of competitive advantages (USPs)
Review and, if necessary, optimization of governance, organization, processes and risk management
Portfolio definition and optimization
Capital Markets Residential & Commercial
Strategy and product development (e.g. impact funds)
Holistic sustainability concepts (ESG) at the company, portfolio and individual property levels and, for example, for the area of the "Disclosure Regulation" (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation) are of particular importance.
Megatrends such as digitization , demographic change, sustainability or urbanization increase the risks, but also offer opportunities.
I support project developers as follows:
Positioning the company and projects
Generation of competitive advantages (USPs) at company and project level
Development and introduction of sustainability concepts (ESG)
Development of innovative usage concepts - also for existing buildings
Support in communication with politics, authorities and civil society for the creation of building permits
In addition, I have dealt with the development of Urban Blocks 4.0 and smart city quarters with a high level of density and a consistent mix of uses. The summary of these thoughts can be found here . And this is the download for the RICS positions on the subject of "Urban Block 4.0 in the smart quarter".
Property performance, cost pressure, digitization, ESG: the challenges for inventory managers are increasing. In addition, the EU taxonomy even increases the risk of stranded assets. My solution approaches are derived from this:
Analysis and optimization of the inventory ("work on the object")
Development of property strategies through to changes in use
Development of a taxonomy-compliant portfolio - "manage to ESG"
- Review and, if necessary, adjustment of the existing portfolio
- Development of a roadmap
- Green leases and "green" service contracts
- Certifications and ratings
- "Retrofit" of the objects
Increase in the quality and efficiency of the AM unit, for example through digital instruments
Larger projects are worked on under my leadership with experienced network partners.
Supervisory and Advisory Bodies
Business environments are volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous.
Therefore, holistic strategy and change competence as well as integrity, teamwork and sustainability expertise (ESG) are indispensable for professional supervisory and advisory boards. The aim is to maintain or increase the sustainable earning power of a company.
Convinced of the concept of "forward-looking monitoring", I have brought and continue to bring the above-mentioned attributes successfully to national and international committee work - such as for many years as a member of the supervisory board for a listed real estate company and now for the AIFM Hannover Leasing Invest.
"The digitization of the world of work has the consequence that within the next ten years around half of this space will have to be transformed in a future-proof manner - if only to continue to serve as the basis for a competitive and successful German economy," says a study by the ZIA of the TU Darmstadt .
I also pursue a holistic approach in the corporate real estate segment. Here are the most important modules:
Portfolio analysis and optimization
Support in implementing a sustainable area transformation
Development of Taylor-made real estate solutions for different business units
Development and implementation of ESG concepts
Support in project development (see above)
M&A Real Estate Advisory