REInvest strengthens its team with Daniel Hohls-Larsson

REInvest strengthens its team with Daniel Hohls-Larsson

New Head of Transaction International to boost European investments

The Luxembourg-based asset management and investment specialist REInvest Asset Management S.A. strengthened its team by appointing Daniel Hohls-Larsson (40) to the newly created position of Head of Transaction International on 1 November 2020. The Business Administration graduate will be responsible for commercial real estate-related investment and sales activities on the pan-European markets.

Daniel Hohls-Larsson studied Business Administration at the University of Applied Sciences in Biberach and began his professional career as an investment manager at Corpus Sireo in Luxembourg. Later he was also given responsibility for commercial real estate asset management in France, Great Britain and Turkey. Further stops in his career included SEB Investment GmbH in Frankfurt and Luxembourg, where he was transaction manager for German and European real estate / portfolio transactions. He then joined BNP Paribas Real Estate Investment Management in Frankfurt and Luxembourg. There he coordinated the structuring and integration of the transaction and asset management departments for the Global CIO throughout Europe and managed the local investment teams during the investment process. In addition, he supervised the portfolio management, transaction and asset management activities for AIFM in Luxembourg.

“As in the past, we continue to pursue a selective and sustainable investment strategy in the interests of our customers,” explains Hans Stuckart, Managing Director of REInvest Asset Management S.A. “Recognising the significance of a balanced risk/return profile, it’s important to note other countries in Europe offer good development and investment opportunities in addition to the traditional core markets. Daniel Hohls-Larsson will boost our investment activities by applying his skill for spotting opportunities and possibilities, honed during the course of his work in various companies.”