Finland's Trevian makes six new hires

Finnish asset manager Trevian has announced six appointments, strengthening its asset management and organisational teams. 

According to CEO Reima Södervall, the team's growth - from just a few founding members five years ago to more than 50 professionals now - has been faciliated by a positive investment climate.

'We have been able to increase our net sales, while profitability has remained good,' said Södervall. 'I am also pleased to see the overall growth, internationalisation and professionalisation of the real estate investment industry. Finland is now increasingly attractive to foreign investors.'

New analyst Nea Vainio has previously worked as an analyst at Cromwell Property Group. She holds a M.Sc. (Tech.) in Real Estate Economics from Aalto University.

Sari Mustapää has joined Trevian from Hestia, continuing as the shopping centre manager of Galleria in Finland, an asset acquired at the end of April. She has over 10 years of professional experience in shopping centre management.

Hanne Martimo has worked for five years as Revontuli shopping center manager at Hestia and now holds the same position at Trevian. She has almost a decade of experience in the advertising field, and as a publicist and journalist.

Trevian Funds AIFM Oy has also strengthened the team. Fund manager Amalia Pöyry has moved to Trevian Funds from Logicor Oy, where she worked as an analyst for a year.

Internal appointments include new head of team controller Minna Jussila, and HR director Tiina Kaakkolahti.

Trevian now operates from six regional offices in Oulu, Kuopio, Mikkeli, Lappeenranta, Rovaniemi and Tampere, in addition to Helsinki.


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