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Lendlease announces new appointment

Lendlease announces new appointment

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Lendlease appoints new managing director for its investment management division.

Lendlease has appointed Vanessa Orth as managing director of its Australian Investment Management division. 

Ms Orth was previously employed at Lendlease for seven years early on in her investment management career.

She now brings over 20 years of experience to her new role, having held senior executive positions across the aviation and property sectors.

Her most recent role was chief commercial officer of Sydney Airport Corporation where she managed the commercial operating business and supervised the annual capital budget.

Preceding this, Ms Orth held the role of head of retail at GPT, where she oversaw asset management, operational capital, marketing, investment and leasing development.

CEO of Lendlease Australia, Dale Connor, commented on Ms Orth’s appointment.

“We welcome Vanessa’s return to Lendlease, where she will bring her expertise to build on the strong momentum we have established with our investment partners through new opportunities, and ensure we continue to achieve industry-leading sustainability outcomes across our real estate portfolio.”

Ms Orth will commence with her new role in August 2022.

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Lendlease’s Investment Management division has $25 billion in funds under management across office, retail and industrial.

Lendlease announces new appointment

Lendlease appoints new managing director for its investment management division.

Lendlease announces new appointment
Lendlease announces new appointment
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Maja Garaca Djurdjevic

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Maja's career in journalism spans well over a decade across finance, business and politics. Now an experienced editor and reporter across all elements of the financial services sector, prior to joining Momentum Media, Maja reported for several established news outlets in Southeast Europe, scrutinising key processes in post-conflict societies.

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