Charles Pridgeon (49) has over 25 years’ experience in real estate markets globally. From 2010 to 2015 he was global Chief Investment Officer for Allianz Real Estate. As chairman of the Investment Committee he guided the firm’s acquisition teams, investing in excess of €10 billion of equity into property assets, as well as having direct responsibility for all indirect real estate investments, research and strategy.
Prior to Allianz, Charles was Chief Executive Officer of Aareal Asset Management GmbH, where he set up European real estate funds for institutional investors and invested €2 billion into office, retail, logistics and residential property across Europe.
For the first twelve years of his career, Charles worked in Real Estate Investment Banking, becoming Managing Director and head of European advisory REIB at Bankers Trust in 1998. He started his career at Morgan Stanley in 1990.
Charles holds a M.A. (Honours) in Economics and Economic History from the University of Edinburgh.
“We are delighted to welcome Charles as a Senior Advisor to the firm enabling us to leverage his expertise and highly successful track record in real estate investment. We look forward to working together as we continue to grow our portfolio of UK regional commercial assets as well as considering expanding our strategy to continental Europe.”
Justin Griffiths / Mazar Masud
Powerscourt (PR adviser to Maya Capital)
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About Maya Capital:
Maya Capital is a pan-European Real Estate and Private Equity investment firm. It has an entrepreneurial and hands-on approach, driven directly by the strong involvement of its principals. Maya Capital was founded by Managing Partner David Pralong who has an extensive track record in real estate having been involved in over £2 billion worth of deals during his career. Maya Capital focuses on sophisticated strategies, including asset repositioning, financial structuring, property development and intensive asset and property management. Maya applies a dynamic approach and seeks opportunities resulting from special situations such as short leases or time-constrained purchases.