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Business Development Manager (Capital-Raising) - Private Equity Real Estate

Posted 29 September 2022
Salary
$
130000
to
$
160000
LocationSingapore
Job type Permanent
DisciplineReal Estate
Reference36383

Job description

  • Private Equity Real Estate

  • Boutique, High-Growth Platform

  • Salary: $130-160k plus incentive bonus

 

The Company

The company is an expanding, collegiate, boutique Real Estate Private Equity platform with a focus toward integrated investment, development asset management of Purpose-Built Student Accommodation whilst recent expansion of product exposure includes multifamily and last-mile logistics assets. Combining entrepreneurial flair with effective capital-raising, the firm has established a European portfolio and it now seeks to replicate this for the North America and Asia markets. To support its growth plans, there is a desire to bolster its BD/Sales team to drive ongoing capital-raising.

 

The Position

Reporting to the Head of Sales, the appointed individual will proactively identify, hunt, secure and manage the relationships of new HNW individuals, Family Office and/or Institutional investor clients with a view to supporting the transactions for real estate investment targets and contributing to AUM portfolio growth. This will necessarily include a need to build an appropriate network of potential clients and partners whilst presenting a compelling “story” to investors underpinned by key attractive nuances of the underlying real estate fund strategy / proposed investments.

 

The Person

Interested candidates will ideally offer a Degree in Real Estate, Banking or Finance and 8+ years’ post-graduate experience within PE / Funds / Intermediary sales. Interested candidates MUST be ‘hunters’ who offer the gravitas required to build relationships and convert interest into capital commitments and preferably offering a ready network of HNWI, Family Office and Institutional investors. Current or prior PE Real Estate Investment Management experience would be advantageous including exposure to alternative assets is preferred.