Jonathan Hannam has stepped down from his position as group executive, capital, at the Australia-listed property company Mirvac.
PERE understands that after spending close to two years and nine months in the senior executive role at Mirvac, Hannam is leaving the firm to seek opportunities elsewhere. No confirmation could be obtained on his next role.
Hannam would continue to represent Mirvac as a non-executive board member of the Etihad Stadium, a sporting and entertainment facility situated in Melbourne’s Docklands. In addition, he will also continue being a global advisory board member for Tomizone, an Australia-listed company that provides real estate owners the ability to access their customers through Wi-Fi networks, a role he took on in June.
Hannam was brought on board at Mirvac at the end of 2012. In his role as group executive of capital, he led the establishment of the Australian Office Alliance with the financial services provider TIAA-CREF. He also oversaw the firm’s existing fund management business, which included the portfolio of 12 Travelodge hotels under Mirvac’s Tucker Box Hotel Trust and the firm’s infrastructure funds. He also chaired the investment committee of Mirvac Wholesale Development Fund, a club fund established in 2007 with the Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), Singapore’s GIC and Abacus Property Group (ABP).
Prior to joining Mirvac, Hannam was a director at Areim, the Stockholm, Sweden-based real estate investment manager and investment advisor. His earlier roles include being the director and part-owner of Cornerstone REIM, the Sydney-headquartered investment manager; head of Asia for ADIA; and managing director for Southeast Asia at ING Real Estate Investment Management.