Catella APAM (“APAM”), the specialist UK real estate asset and investment manager, is delighted to announce the promotion of Sinéad Kenny to Director at APAM.

Sinéad joins the board in an exciting period of growth following the merger with Catella in December 2018. APAM offers an ‘end to end’ service for all clients to deliver their investment strategy with specialists in real estate investment, asset management, property management, financing accounting and client reporting. Using considerable in-house experience and expertise, APAM enhances and maximises the value of an asset via hands-on active asset and property management to deliver improved income, duration and liquidity. APAM repositions assets and delivers modern accommodation occupiers want.

With responsibility for overall strategic client and lender reporting, data management and analysis, Sinead brings a wealth of experience to the Director post. Prior to joining APAM as Head of Investor Reporting, Sinéad was an Associate at Hudson Realty Capital LLC, a US real estate private equity fund. During this time, Sinéad managed a diverse portfolio of US investments, across all property sectors and investment types.

Speaking of the appointment William Powell, Director, said: “We are delighted to confirm Sinéad as a Director at APAM. Over the last 5 years, Sinéad has played a vital role in developing a dedicated analysis and reporting team and process to complement our finance/corporate services team. With upcoming further investment in our business insight tools and client reporting systems, Sinéad will continue to evolve our client servicing and our data management and insights strategy.”

“I am enormously proud to have been a part of APAM’s growth over the last 5 years. The quality of our people and systems – together with the Catella partnership – create a great opportunity to widen our delivery of ‘best in class’ client service. I look forward to working with the board and our innovative team to develop new strategies and build upon the strong foundations in place.” said Sinéad Kenny.