Real estate investor and manager, Cromwell Property Group (Cromwell), has today announced the promotion of Patrick Lowe to Head of Transactions, Europe.
In this role, Patrick will lead the European Transactions team in their efforts to source and execute on and off-market single-asset and portfolio deals using Cromwell’s extensive pan-European network and access to local knowledge. In addition to his new responsibilities, Patrick will continue be responsible for all transactions on behalf of Cromwell European REIT (CEREIT).
Patrick joined Cromwell ten years ago as a financial analyst and since then has progressed through the organisation, gaining experience across several important functions including Treasury Manager, Assistant Fund Manager and Senior Portfolio Manager. His most recent role was Senior Transactions Manager, working exclusively for CEREIT, where he led multiple complex transactions totalling in excess of €800 million across eight jurisdictions.
Robert Cotterell, Head of Investment, Europe at Cromwell Property Group, commented, “We take great pride in being able to promote from the strong depth of talent within the organisation. Patrick’s extensive experience working in the European real estate investment sector and the trusted relationships he has developed with our investors make him an invaluable member of the team.
I look forward to working with him to uncover and secure more European investment opportunities.”
Patrick Lowe, Head of Transactions, Europe at Cromwell Property Group said, “Through our extensive presence across Europe we have been able to source a breadth of opportunities for our investor partners in terms of sector, jurisdiction and risk profile as well as capitalising on various themes we find compelling.”
“This was most recently evidenced by us closing the 156,000 sqm intermodal logistics park CLOM in Italy for CEREIT in December. I look forward to delivering similar results for our investors in the future,” he added.
Patrick has an MSc in Real Estate Investment and Finance from Henley Business School and a BA Hons from the University of Manchester.