Aberdeen appoints former Schroders property manager

Real estate2Aberdeen Asset Management has appointed a former Schroders property fund manager, Dimme Lucassen, to its property multi-manager team. Lucassen was at Schroders Property Investment Management for ten years and was fund manager for a European fund of funds. Based in Amsterdam, Lucassen replaces Karin Koks as lead fund manager for Aberdeen’s Eurozone fund of funds. Koks will focus on global investments. Lucassen’s role also covers broader Europe. ©2013 funds europe

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