CBRE Capital Advisors has appointed Tariq Hayat as a senior director in its Real Estate Investment Banking team. This follows the recent appointment of Julian Allen from Citigroup as head of Real Estate Investment Banking, EMEA.
Hayat joins from KPMG, where he has been a director in the Real Estate Corporate Finance team in London since 2016 and has played a crucial role in building and leading the team. Prior to that he was an assistant director in The Shareholder Executive (now UK Government Investments) as well as having held M&A and Corporate Finance roles at Lazard and BDO LLP.
He has a wealth of experience advising corporates, financial institutions and public sector bodies on operational real estate and real estate portfolio transactions, including acquisitions, disposals, equity raising, strategic advice and restructuring across a variety of real estate asset classes.
In his new role, he will be responsible for originating and leading corporate finance transactions for CBRE’s Operational Real Estate (OPRE) business, working across the Hospitality, Healthcare, Senior Living, Education, Petroleum and Automotive, Self-Storage, Co-Living and Student Accommodation sectors to help service clients with their financing requirements.
The hire follows the appointment of Chris Gow and Stephen Barr in H2 2020, to lead Debt Advisory services for the Operational Real Estate business, as well as Joe Green who has brought hotel-specific restructuring expertise to the Real Estate Investment Banking team.