HSBC Asset Management appoints Asia real estate team

The team will be headed by Victoria Sharpe, managing principal and head of real estate, APAC.

HSBC Asset Management has created an Asia real estate team as part of its plans to build its alternatives business, according to a press release.

The team, which is based in Singapore, will be headed by Victoria Sharpe. Sharpe is the managing principal and head of real estate, APAC, who joined HSBC AM on 1 September. She will be reporting to Joanna Munro, CEO of HSBC Alternatives.

Sharpe joins from DWS, where she was responsible for building and leading its Asia Pacific Real Estate business since 2016. Prior to DWS, she spent 16 years with PGIM, the last 11 years based in Singapore, as head of real estate, Asia Pacific. 

Lionel Low and James Bartlett join as managing principals, reporting to Victoria. They have over 40 years of combined experience in the real estate sector and started their new roles on 2 August. Low joins from Ascendas Asia Real Estate Fund Management (the regional Investment Manager of CapitaLand) where he was most recently executive director and prior to this, head of China Funds. 

Meanwhile, Bartlett joins from DWS, where he was real estate deputy CIO, Asia Pacific and head of real estate, Australia.

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