Company Overview of Ivanhoé Cambridge, Inc.
Ivanhoé Cambridge, Inc. is a real estate investment firm. The firm engages in the ownership, management, development, and investment of properties in Canada. It focuses on developing and leasing regional shopping centers, office properties and multiresidential/multifamily properties, for retailers and consumers. The firm seeks to invest in mixed-use urban communities across Mexico and in United States with a focus on New York, Boston, Washington, Los Angeles and San Francisco and in Europe with a focus on Paris and London. It also has operations in Europe, North America, Latin America, and Asia. It also makes fund of fund investments. Ivanhoé Cambridge, Inc., formerly known as Ivanhoe, Inc. ...
1001, rue du Square-Victoria
Montreal, QC H2Z 2B5
Founded in 1953
Key Executives for Ivanhoé Cambridge, Inc.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Retail
Executive Vice President of Legal Affairs and General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Ivanhoé Cambridge, Inc. Key Developments
Ivanhoé Cambridge Appoints Chanakya Chakravarti Managing Director, India, Growth Markets
Nov 6 17
Ivanhoé Cambridge announced the appointment of Chanakya Chakravarti as Managing Director, India, Growth Markets. Mr. Chakravarti is mainly responsible for implementing investment and asset management strategies in India and will report to Ms. Gagn. His appointment is effective January 8, 2018. He will be based in Mumbai and will be supported by a dedicated team. Chanakya Chakravarti is a seasoned manager with more than 27 years of experience, including over 20 years in real estate advisory, investment and development in India and sub-Saharan Africa. Before joining Ivanhoé Cambridge, he was Managing Director, Global Alternatives, Real Estate Asia, at JPMorgan Chase in Mumbai. From 2007 to 2011, he worked for Actis Capital LLP, first as Managing Director and then as Chief Executive Officer of BlueLife, an Actis portfolio company. Before that, he was Joint Managing Director and Country Manager at Cushman & Wakefield India for four years during his eight year tenure.
Ivanhoé Cambridge Announces Executive Appointments
Oct 12 17
Ivanhoé Cambridge announced the appointments of Adriano Mantesso as Senior Vice President, Brazil, Growth Markets and Jorge Margain as Vice President, Mexico, Growth Markets. Both Messrs. Mantesso and Margain are mainly responsible for implementing investment and asset management strategies in their respective countries. Mr. Mantesso is based São Paolo and Mr. Margain in Mexico City. Both are supported by dedicated teams and report to Ms. Gagné. Adriano has a vast experience in the real estate industry and more specifically in the management of property funds in Brazil. He was also a member of the real estate asset management investment committee of the Bank for South America. From 2005 to 2012, he was with Brazilian Capital, investing and managing different real estate funds for private and public market investors, including BC Fund, where he became head of operations. Jorge has extensive experience in the real estate industry and more specifically in the management of real estate funds in Mexico. Prior to joining Ivanhoé Cambridge, he worked for PGIM Real Estate (Prudential), a real estate private equity firm where he was Head of Transactions for Mexico.
Ivanhoé Cambridge Reportedly Seeks To Acquire Rental Assets Of Prestige Estates
Aug 10 17
Ivanhoé Cambridge, Inc., the real estate investment arm of Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) has shown interest in buying stake in the rental assets of Prestige Estates Projects Limited (BSE:533274), said a source in the know. Prestige is looking to sell 40-50% stake in its rental assets and could raise about $500 million, said the source. According to sources, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is also in the race. When contacted, a public relations executive for Prestige Estates said the company cannot comment on the matter due to its board meeting. An Ivanhoe spokesperson said they do not comment on rumours. A CPPIB spokesperson said: “We have no comment on this story.”Prestige Estate has already restructured its office, retail, hospitality and residential verticals and looking to sell stake in office and retail assets. The company plans to use the funds to invest in new projects and reduce its debt. This is the second time Ivanhoe Cambridge is in the race for an Indian real estate asset. It had opened its office here in 2008 and then shut it, as it could not find good opportunities. In the second innings, it is becoming active in Indian real estate.
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