Fifteen years of solid and successful track record
as a specialist retail sector fund and asset manager.
We currently manage four discretionary retail property funds investing in shopping centres and retail warehouse parks. We also manage assets on behalf of separate mandate clients as well as investing with partners on a joint venture basis. We currently manage in excess of €2.3 billion, comprising of 55 assets. The team has wide experience across all retail types such as shopping centres, retail warehousing, outlet malls, as well as leisure and high street retail.
Pradera is also open to further separate account mandates and joint ventures with a small number of strategic long-term investors to take advantage of market opportunities.
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"These are challenging market conditions.
Our asset-management-focused approach based on expert, local teams in each country continues to deliver performance for our investors and we are confident that there is a bright future for the retail sector and specialist managers in particular."
Pradera - AM PLC was founded mid-1999 by Paul Whight to act as a specialist management company for European retail property funds. Paul was joined by Colin Campbell in 2000. Pradera - AM PLC now trades under the name "Pradera", operating across much of mainland Europe and the UK.
In 2010 Paul Whight stepped back to a non-executive role but remains the controlling shareholder.
In 2012 Colin Campbell stepped back to a non-executive role and a new group of executives were appointed to run the Group.
Pradera's highly experienced senior management team is headed by James Bury as Chief Executive.
James is supported by Managing Directors Roberto Limetti, Neil Varnham and Alison Rehill-Erguven.
The Group's European and UK businesses are combined under one executive team which also includes Simon Cairns, Richard Gore, Eduardo Noguera, Scott Quinn, Mark Richardson and Barrie Whight.
The company now has €2.3 billion of assets under management in 9 countries.
Senior directors and employees are also shareholders in Pradera.
Pradera is growing its business through further launches of specialist fund vehicles, new separate mandate and joint venture vehicles as well as consultancy projects.