Hamburg, 5 February  2020 – Hamburg-based redos Group, one of Germany’s leading retail property specialists, has further expanded its team of fund management experts. With effect from the start of February, Dr. Sonja Naber (38, née Bocek) has joined redos institutional GmbH, a subsidiary of redos, as Senior Transaction Manager. In her new role, she will assume a range of responsibilities within the area of transaction management.

Sonja Naber joins from international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, where she worked for six and a half years, most recently as principal associate in real estate law.

“We are delighted that we were able to win Sonja Naber for our team,” says Frank Eckervogt, Managing Director and Head of Acquisition. “Following the launch of our third institutional AIF, we are now specifically strengthening our transaction management capabilities. Our goal is to further intensify our market activities so that we are even better able to serve our investing clients. With our committed team of experts like Sonja Naber, we are confident of success.”

 

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About redos

The redos Group, headquartered in Hamburg, is one of the leading independent retail property specialists, focussing on the areas of investment, asset management, fund management, redevelopment, leasing and advisory business. As an investor and active asset manager, the company covers the entire value chain for large-scale retail properties – for hybrid and conventional shopping centres, retail parks and hypermarkets. redos serves all risk classes and offers every type of investment vehicle for institutional investors. In addition to acting as a co- investor, the company has excellent tenant access and extensive revitalisation expertise. redos can look back on a long track record in the field of restructuring and value optimisation. The retail property specialist currently manages a retail real estate portfolio worth around €3.2 billion at 104 locations throughout Germany. redos manages a total of more than 1.382 million m2 of rental area. With its property database ROB, the company has access to detailed information on around 18,000 retail locations throughout Germany.