CONSUS Real Estate AG: Benjamin Lee to become CFO of Consus Real Estate AG; COO Andreas Steyer will assume further responsibility for IR/PR
Berlin, 3 April 2018 – The Supervisory Board of Consus Real Estate AG (“CONSUS”) today appointed Benjamin Lee to CONSUS’ management board. Going forward, he will assume the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Mr Lee has 25 years’ experience in the global financial industry with 14 years at UBS Investment Banking in London and is joining CONSUS from Aggregate Holdings.
In order to further strengthen the investor and PR efforts of CONSUS, the current COO Andreas Steyer will assume the responsibility for the key IR and PR functions with immediate effect. As former CEO of Prime Standard listed DEMIRE, CONSUS will further benefit from Mr Steyer’s broad management experience.
Axel Harloff, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of CONSUS, states: “We are delighted that we found an excellent successor for the CFO position in the person of Benjamin Lee. Mr. Lee contributes extensive experiences from his 14 years at UBS Investment Banking and his 5 years of experience as board member and CFO of a listed public company. Moreover, he is joining from CONSUS’ major shareholder Aggregate and is therefore familiar with the company and its business activities. We furthermore welcome our COO Andreas Steyer assuming responsibility for IR and PR activities of CONSUS.”
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Andreas Steyer, COO
About CONSUS Real Estate AG
Consus Real Estate AG (“CONSUS”), based in Berlin, Germany, is the leading rental housing developer in the country’s nine largest cities. Key components of the CONSUS business model are a high share in institutional forward sales as well as digitisation and industrial serial production along the entire value chain. The development activities are supplemented by a high-yield proprietary portfolio of commercial real estate in Germany.
The stock of Consus Real Estate AG is listed on m:access, the mid-market portal of Bayerische Börse, and is traded on the regulated unofficial market of the Munich Stock Exchange and via XETRA in Frankfurt.