Kingstone appoints director of client capital

Germany's Kingstone Real Estate has appointed Matthias Dotterweich as director of client capital. 

In this role, he will further build relationships with institutional investors in both equity and debt. The 55-year-old financial executive will report directly to Markus Mayer, managing director of Kingstone Debt Advisory (KDA) and head of client capital at Kingstone Real Estate.

Dotterweich holds a degree in business administration. He previously served for 14 years as business head of Bayern Mezzaninekapital Fonds II, a real estate mezzanine fund company. His earlier professional career included positions at Bayerische Landesbank in the real estate project management area as well as at Wollert Elmendorff Deutsche Industrie Treuhand (now Deloitte).

Kinsgtone Real Estate invests across a variety of real estate asset classes, including residential, food retail and office properties, through both managed funds and separate accounts.

KDA, which was founded in partnership with Pegasus Capital Partners, acts as a platform for institutional debt investment strategies, and is particularly aimed at savings banks (Sparkassen) and cooperative banks (Volksbanken and Raiffeisenbanken) as well as insurance companies and pension funds.

Tim Schomberg, managing partner and Kingstone CEO said: 'The businesses of Kingstone Real Estate and Kingstone complement each other.

'This overlap creates powerful synergies for our business partners. These benefits will be very evident in the role of Matthias Dotterweich, who will bring his extensive experience to provide comprehensive support to our sales on both the debt and equity sides.'


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