Henley has made six new appointments as part of a restructuring of its investment management team including Andy Brandon becoming managing director of Henley Healthcare Investments (HHI).
Brandon has moved from his role as chief operating officer to lead HHI and take on the role previously held by Paul Fray, who is retiring. ICAEW registered Brandon been with Henley for more than 12 years and will now focus on healthcare and social housing investments. Henley launched a new fund focused on the supported housing sector seeded with a £70m portfolio acquisition last summer.
Alongside him, Andrew Kelsall has joined HHI as commercial director bringing more than a decade of business management experience from senior roles held at Coty and Proctor & Gamble.
In a further senior appointment, Adrian D’Enrico has joined from AXA IM to become the new fund manager for the Henley Secure Income fund (SIPUT),. Earlier this year, SIPUT completed its third close of £410m and has since made the acquisition of more than £200m of supported housing assets.
Finally, Kam Bagga has joined Henley from Credit Suisse as an investor relations director and Debby Dean has been appointed as head of human resources.
Ian Rickwood, chief executive officer of Henley Investments, said:
“We are very pleased to welcome these new additions to the Henley team, which are testament to the growth of the business and support Henley’s continued objectives. These promotions and appointments all bring with them enviable industry experience, which will support Henley’s expansion in existing and new real estate investment opportunities.”
30th August 2018 | Article by Richard Hook | Property Week
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