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Palatium hires Adam Shutkever as managing director

Private equity real estate investment manager Palatium Investment Management has hired as managing director Adam Shutkever, who was from 2002 to 2007 an executive director and chief financ

Private equity real estate investment manager Palatium Investment Management has hired as managing director Adam Shutkever, who was from 2002 to 2007 an executive director and chief financial officer of support services group Accord, leading its sale to 3i.

Previously he was a managing director at Deutsche Bank specialising in mergers and acquisitions and equity capital markets business in the hotel, leisure and entertainment sectors.

Palatium specialises in real estate funds requiring active management and works with proven asset managers to structure and operate specialist funds for institutional investors.

‘To have attracted someone of Adam’s calibre as managing director shows the very real opportunities that exist in the real estate and real estate debt industry, even, or perhaps especially, during these challenging times,’ says Palatium joint chief executive Neil Lawson-May. ‘His appointment means we now have a team with the experience and skills to create and manage the funds we are working on for our investors.’

The other chief executive, Paul Rivlin, says: ‘Ongoing operational and fiduciary excellence is a key feature of successful investment management. Adam has a detailed knowledge of sophisticated financial products from his time in the industry together with a track record of managing complex large scale operations.’

Says Shutkever: ‘Palatium has a plan to offer a range of differentiated investment opportunities to property and financial investors, which precisely match their risk return requirements. Sophisticated investors want to invest in specific geographies or market sectors that will do well even in the current climate. Palatium is ideally positioned to be responsive to this fast-changing environment.’

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