Meyer Bergman has appointed DTZ Investment Management's former associate director Tami Chuang as its new head of investor relations, according to an announcement by the European real estate investment management firm.
In her new role, Chuang will be responsible for liaising with investors on numerous issues, including future capital raising initiatives. She will work out of the London office and report directly to Meyer Bergman's chief executive officer Markus Meijer. A spokesperson for Markus Meijer told PERE that Chuang replaces the previous Head of IR, Henriette van Rensburg, who left the firm to relocate to New York.
Prior to joining Meyer Bergman, Chuang was an associate director at the London-listed property services firm DTZ, where she headed up several private equity real estate fund launches and structuring efforts. Before DTZ, she was a senior consultant at the San Francisco-based real estate and urban economic advisory firm Seifel Consulting, where she was responsible for advising public and private clients on development and regeneration projects.