Meyer Bergman, the European real estate investment management firm, announces that it has appointed Tami Chuang as Head of Investor Relations.
Chuang joins from DTZ Investment Management where she held the position of Associate Director for four years. In this role, Chuang was responsible for leading on several private equity real estate fund launches and structuring efforts.
Prior to this, Chuang worked as a Senior Consultant at Seifel Consulting, a real estate and urban economic advisor based in San Francisco, where she was responsible for advising public and private clients on development and regeneration projects. Chuang has an MBA from Columbia Business School and a Master in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Markus Meijer, Chief Executive of Meyer Bergman, said: "This appointment further demonstrates our ability to source and attract exceptional talent and reflects our ongoing commitment to strengthening our client service, and aligning our investment strategy with that of our investors."
Source: FTI Consulting