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Paul Marcuse to join DCAM

Delin Capital Asset Management (DCAM), a Jersey registered real estate investment advisor and asset manager focused on investments in logistics assets, has appointed Paul Marcuse as a senior advisor to the company. 

Marcuse brings with him a wealth of experience from the real estate, fund management and investment banking sectors.
 
His career has included roles within Goldman Sachs and Rodamco Group.
 
During his tenure as chief executive, between 2000 and 2007, AXA Real Estate Investment Managers became a leading pan-European manager with assets under management of some EUR40bn. 
 
Most recently, he held the role of group managing director and head of global real estate for UBS Global Asset Management. 
 
He is currently chairman designate of the management board of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
 
Marcuse’s expertise will complement that offered by Graeme McFaull, who also acts as a senior advisor to DCAM. McFaull was formerly group CEO of Wincanton plc, the supply chain logistics company, spending a substantial part of his career in senior roles within the European logistics industry.
 
Christian Jamison, chief executive officer of DCAM, says: “Paul has an impressive and established track record in developing fund management businesses and we expect this to greatly benefit the strategic direction and growth of our business. His extensive knowledge of our sector, the finance sector and the broader business environment will provide DCAM with important commercial and strategic insight.”
 
Marcuse says: “I look forward to working closely with the DCAM team in realising their vision in growing a significant fund management business by exploiting their impressive knowledge of European logistics real estate.”


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