Oxenwood co-founder steps down, three new equity partners join

Jeremy Bishop, co-founder of real estate investment manager Oxenwood Real Estate, is stepping down from his role after nine years. 

Bishop and fellow co-founder Stewart Little launched the business in 2014, after the pair first worked together at London and Stamford from 2006.

Since its inception, the firm has focused on investing in logistics assets across the UK and is now one of the leading UK and European logistics specialist platforms.

Bishop was instrumental in establishing the group's first discretionary fund and has recently been focusing on the firm's development portfolio.

Following his departure, Bishop will remain an investor and a senior advisor, while Little continues as CEO.

Bishop said: ‘After nearly a decade, it feels like the right time for a new challenge. Oxenwood is well established now, with a stable capital base from strong equity partners. I know I leave the business in a very good place – strongly positioned to deliver on the needs of investors and occupiers alike – and I know Stewart and the exceptional team that we have created together will continue building Oxenwood to reach new heights.’

Stewart Little, co-founder of Oxenwood, added: ‘Having worked with Jeremy closely for the last 16 years and having started Oxenwood together, I am sorry to see him step down from his role. He has been an excellent business partner and I will miss his tenacity and hard work, but I wish him all the best for the next chapter of his career.’

Oxenwood Real Estate also announced the arrival of three new equity partners: Tom Boardman (CFO), Nick Pont (Head of Investment), and Peter Land (Investment – Germany).


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