Revetas Capital, the pan-European real estate investment advisor, has announced the appointment of Michele Small as independent Board Member of Keystone CEE Scp, being nominated by the EBRD.
Small has previously been a Member of the Advisory Board of Fusion Group Africa and held various director positions at EBRD, including for the Property and Tourism Team.
“We look forward to working closely with Michele on Keystone, focused on continued hands-on management of the portfolio and maximizing the shareholder value,” said Eric Assimakopoulos, Founding Partner at Revetas.
Project Keystone comprises the complex located in Kraków (eight Class A office buildings with a total GLA of 76,000 sqm), three Class A permitted office development projects located in Krakow, Katowice and Budapest, with a total development potential of 100,000 sqm, and two ancillary land plots located in the Slovak Republic and Croatia. Revetas has made an investment in Project Keystone during 2018.
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