Goodman appoints Jean-François Mounic as Regional Director Southern Europe (FR)

Goodman the integrated global property group, which owns, develops and manages industrial and office space, today announced the appointment of Jean-François Mounic as Regional Director Southern Europe, effective December of this year. He will also continue in his current position as Country Manager for Goodman France.

Jean-Francois Mounic

Jean-François Mounic.

Announcing the appointment Danny Peeters CEO for Goodman Continental Europe said: "Jean-François Mounic has an impressive track record and extensive expertise in the French property market and will strengthen Goodman's senior management team. The key focus of the Regional Director role is to further pursue the growth of the company in this region."

Jean-François will continue to be based in Paris with responsibility for the Group's operations in France, Spain and Italy and will report to Danny Peeters. In the Southern Europe region, Goodman currently has €734.6 million of assets under management and €84.3 million of developments under construction for parties such as LIDL and DSV.

Jean-François replaces Murray Barclay who will return to Auckland as General Manager Property for Goodman New Zealand.

He has been with Goodman since March 2007. Prior to joining Goodman, he was Commercial Director, Marketing & Communications at the Heppner Group for eight years. He also worked for ABX Logistics for three years and at TNT for 10 years.

Jean-François said he 'relished the challenge' of his new role. "I am delighted to take up the position of Regional Director Southern Europe, and I am looking forward to harnessing my skills to work closely with the talented teams in France, Spain and Italy to continue to deliver high quality logistics and business space for our customers in Southern Europe," he said.

Danny Peeters also paid tribute to the role played by Murray Barclay. "I am hugely grateful to Murray for the energy and commitment he displayed during his three and a half year assignment with Goodman Continental Europe, and wish him every success in his new role for Goodman in New Zealand," he said.

Source: Goodman

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