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BrickVest appoints new partner in Germany

London-based real estate online investment platform BrickVest has appointed Frank Noé as partner with responsibility for further scaling the firm’s presence in the German market.

Based in BrickVest’s Berlin office, Noé will work closely with the management team to enhance the firm’s growth strategy for Germany with a particular focus on product development and sales origination.
Before joining BrickVest, Noé was Chief Investment Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Berlin-based digital real estate investment firm, Zinsbaustein GmbH in Berlin. He was previously Investment Director European Assets at global private investment firm, Castlelake (UK) LLP in London. Prior to this he gained extensive experience in transaction consulting, corporate restructuring, investment banking and distressed debt through having worked for Ernst & Young AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Crédit Suisse International, Golding Capital Partners and Shinsei International Ltd. Noé holds an MBA from the Universität des Saarlandes, Germany.
Thomas Schneider, co-founder and CIO at BrickVest, says: “We are excited to welcome Frank to our team and look forward to working closely with him as we continue to build to market share in Germany. His depth of experience and track record as an innovator in financing German real estate projects through crowdinvesting will be invaluable in as we take our business in this core European market to the next level.”
Noé adds: “The digital crowd-investing model is still at a relatively early stage in its development and there’s a tremendous amount of untapped potential for investors and sponsors alike. BrickVest has been at the vanguard of this fast-changing sector and I have admired the company’s success in building a comprehensive regulatory platform, attracting a strong lead investor in Berlin Hyp and a high calibre team of advisory partners. I look forward to helping BrickVest to further strengthen its position as the leading provider of digital real estate investments in Germany.”

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