Ivan Mojzis joins Caerus IM as Senior Manager – Portfolio Management for Central & Eastern Europe (CEE).

 

Prague, 27th February 2018 – Caerus Investment Management (Caerus IM) has today announced the appointment of former CBRE Global Investors (CBREGI) asset management professional; Mr. Ivan Mojzis as Senior Manager – Portfolio Management. Based in Prague, Mr. Mojzis takes over from Christopher Guilds.

Mr. Mojzis will be responsible for asset managing Caerus’ flagship property known as “Futurama Business Park” located in Prague 8, a c.a 45,000sqm premium grade office park, in addition to overseeing the asset and property management of future properties in the firm’s acquisition pipeline.

Prior to joining Caerus IM, Mr. Mojzis was from mid-2009 to late 2016, with the CEE division of CBRE Global Investors (one of the world’s largest real estate managers with over EUR 100bn in AuM) as an Asset Manager and Asset MNG Controller, where he oversaw a team of regional asset and property managers, responsible for CBRE GI’s portfolio of over 20 office, retail and logistics assets in the region.

Prior to his tenure at CBREGI, from 2006 – 2009 he was a Senior Internal Auditor with NCR Corporation with various other roles prior to that including Financial Analyst at GE Money Bank.

Mr. Mojzis holds a Master’s degree in Business Economy and Management from the University of Economics (VSE) in Prague and speaks native Czech and fluent English.

Christopher Millen, Managing Director of Caerus IM said: “Recruiting Ivan comes at an important time to ensure that as we increase our AuM, our client service standards are maintained to the highest level. Having worked within a much larger platform than Caerus IM currently is, we look forward to Ivan sharing his institutional experience and knowledge gained whilst at CBRE GI.”

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