Tomáš Soukup leads the JLL retail team and is currently advising on retail projects in the Czech Republic. He is very much involved in high street letting representing both the landlords as well as the tenants. Overall, Tomáš has worked on a variety of industrial developments, land acquisitions, retail warehouses/parks, shopping centre developments, and retail tenant representations with clients such as Christian Louboutin, Furla, LVMH, Preciosa, Flying Tiger Copenhagen, Česká Spořitelna, Tesco, Halfords, Nutrend, or Iceland. Tomáš has provided advisory and leasing services to clients such as UTC, CTP, CPI, Immo East, Stop.Shop, bauMax, Berounka Park, Tesco, Portland Trust, ING Real Estate, AIG Lincoln, IKEA, Dandreet, Prior, Crestyl, Penta, CBRE GI, Rockcastle, Aventicum, etc.
Chief Investment Officer,
P3 Logistic Parks
Round Hill Ventures
Arnie leads investments at Round Hill Ventures, a pan-European VC firm investing in companies disrupting the built environment. He previously led the corporate venture arm of CapCo (FTSE 250) and was a senior executive at Bloomsbury AI ($30m+ exit to Facebook), The Collective ($400m in debt & equity financing) & Rocket Internet's HelloFresh ($2.5bn IPO). He is frequently featured on Wired's 100 Most Influential People in Technology and was Forbes 30Under30 in 2016.
Director Capital Markets and Research (UK & EMEA),
Chairman & CEO,
WING (Chairman of RICS in Hungary)
Noah Steinberg is the chairman and chief executive officer of WING, the market leading office developer in Hungary and one of the largest privately held Hungarian real estate companies of which he is a shareholder. An American citizen, he has worked in Hungary since 1990. In his current position since 1999, he was responsible for establishing WING and oversees the company’s investment and development businesses, its office, retail, industrial, hotel and residential projects and its real estate services. He is also the Chairman of RICS in Hungary. Mr. Steinberg is a graduate of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University (BA), and the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna in Austria (MA). He speaks French, German, Spanish, Hungarian and English.
Head of Group Human Resources,
<p>Wilhelm Sterl studied business administration at the University of Business Administration (WU Wien) with a focus on Human Resources and Tourism and graduated with a Master’s degree in business administration and e-business management from the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems. He worked in insurance and tourism industry until he joined Austrian Airlines in 1995 and developed into the HR sector as Head of Personnel Planning & Development Ground Services Vienna. Since then he has been working in various HR functions in different industries and as HR interim manager. Currently, Wilhelm is responsible for the HR Management of Immofinanz AG supporting the restructuring process since 2015.</p>
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management
Stobbe Jörn FRICS
Bernard has exceptional experience on a wide range of commercial, residential,
institutional and hospitality projects in the UK, Europe, India and the Middle East.
He is one of PLP’s key creative thinkers and designs in an open and accessible
manner that emphasises team involvement and end-user satisfaction.
Current work focusses on projects delivering transformative urban regeneration
through dynamic, mixed-used developments including the Westferry Printworks
Redevelopment site on the Isle of Dogs in London, Sampson & Ludgate House,
nestled between the Tate Modern and Southbank Centre in London, and the new
Tower at the Ten World Trade Center in Amsterdam, which has been conceived as
a sensitive, evolving urban and workplace regeneration that integrates with existing
space and buildings.
Recent work includes the award-winning Sky Central, the BREEAM-Excellent
headquarters which provides large and flexible workspaces for 3,500 employees of
Sky Television on their campus in west London.
Bernard earned his Master of Arts degree in the field of architecture from the
Academy of Arts Architecture and Design in Prague.
Director EMEA Corporate Solutions,
Business Director CRE,
Penta Real Estate
Pavel is responsible for all office building projects by Penta Real Estate in the Czech Republic, including the revitalization of the Masaryk Station (Masarykovo nádraží). He joined Penta as an experienced real estate manager in 2012. In the past, he was a partner in the 3C real estate private equity fund and an advisor of financial institutions and the Ministry of Finance and he also worked for the bond division of JP Morgan in London.
Jacqueline is founder and Director of Slovenia Invest and Hotelinvest International. Her work encompasses sales and acquisitions of real estate assets, landlord and tenant representation, feasibility studies, valuations and other advisory services. She became a member of the RICS in July 2017.
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