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JPMAM appoints head of global real estate securities

JPMAM appoints head of global real estate securities

JPMorgan Asset Management has appointed Alan Supple, of BNY Mellon subsidiary CenterSquare, to the newly created role of head of global real estate securities.

Mr Supple will manage the company’s global and international publically traded real estate securities products and will report to global equities team head Howard Williams.

The role will have Mr Supple oversee investments of more than $2.5bn (£1.7bn) in global and listed real estate across a variety of accounts and strategies, both total return and income-focused.

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He has also been named as a fund manager on the Global Real Estate Securities Sicav and the Global Property Securities Oeic.

Mr Supple previously worked at CenterSquare Investment Management, the real estate investment subsidiary of BNY Mellon, where he built and led a team responsible for the European portion of global real estate securities vehicles.

Mr Williams said: “Alan’s broad investment background brings a wealth of real estate industry experience spanning portfolio management, corporate direct investment and corporate advisory roles. With this he brings a keen eye for judging investment opportunities across the sector.”