TH Real Estate strengthens Australian team with new investment analyst


Global real estate manager TH Real Estate continues to grow its Australian team with the appointment of Lisa Peng as real estate investment analyst. Ms Peng will be based in Sydney and report to Nick Evans, TH Real Estate Executive Director and Head of Australia.

In the newly created role, Ms Peng will be responsible for providing analytical support, research, and financial analysis across the core functions of the TH Real Estate business in Australia, including equity investment and asset management.

Ms Peng has more than five years’ experience across property and financial analysis. She joins from St George Bank, where she was a real estate analyst and responsible for managing a portfolio of mid-market and institutional property clients with debt requirements up to A$100m. Prior to that she worked at ANZ Corporate and Commercial Banking as a credit analyst, conducting due diligence and in-depth credit analysis of new and existing property investment deals across diverse asset classes.

Commenting on the appointment, Mr Evans said: “We are delighted to welcome Lisa to the team. Her strong analytical skills and extensive experience in creating and running detailed financial analysis for international real estate investment make her a valuable addition to our local business.

“This appointment reaffirms our commitment to further growing our business locally and will provide critical resourcing to support the growth of the business in Australia.”

Established in Australia in April 2014, TH Real Estate has built a portfolio of Australian real estate assets of around A$1.04b. The real estate specialist has also advised some of Australia’s largest institutional investors on their international real estate investments, including AustralianSuper and the FutureFund.

“Our focus over the past three years has been on building a successful, long-term business locally, having identified Australia as a key part of our Asia-Pacific strategy. We are committed to continuing to build sustainable relationships with established partners and investors within the region,” Mr Evans said.

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