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Hammerson appoints Rita-Rose Gagné as CEO

Hammerson has announced the appointment of Rita-Rose Gagné as its new chief executive officer and executive director.

Gagné was most recently president of Growth Markets at the global real estate company Ivanhoé Cambridge where she had responsibility for $7.6bn (£5.9bn) of real estate assets across Asia Pacific and Latin America.

She joined Ivanhoé Cambridge in 2006 and held a variety of roles, from senior VP of Legal Affairs and general counsel at Société immobilière Trans-Québec (SITQ) to executive VP of Global Strategy, Portfolio Management and Investment Funds at Ivanhoé Cambridge.

In her role Gagné was tasked with developing, leading and executing the investment strategy in Asia and Latin America, prior to being made president of Growth Markets.

Hammerson added that during her career, she has worked in property markets across the world, including the UK, France and Germany, and her expertise spans across various asset classes and mixed-use assets, including residential, retail, office and logistics.

The company said it is anticipated that she will take up her new role with Hammerson before the end of the year. David Atkins will continue to serve as CEO until Ms Gagné joins the Company.

Robert Noel, Hammerson chair of the board, said: “I am delighted that Rita-Rose will join
Hammerson as our next CEO. She has an excellent track record in international real estate investment, building high-quality teams, developing strategic partnerships, execution and delivering results.

“On behalf of the board, and all colleagues in the business, I look forward to welcoming Rita-Rose to Hammerson and working with her when she joins.”

Gagné added: “The retail and real estate sectors are going through a period of unprecedented change which makes this a very exciting time to be joining the business.

“I look forward to working with Hammerson’s experienced team and all its stakeholders to both navigate through the challenges but also seek out the opportunities to create value moving forward.”

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