Jacob Annehed to join Alma Property Partners as Partner and CFO
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Alma Property Partners has hired Jacob Annehed as Partner and Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Annehed brings more than 10 years of experience in financial services and private equity real estate and will join the company in mid-October. His primary role with Alma Property Partners will be to lead the overall group finance activities, including financing, financial controlling, tax and regulatory compliance.
“We are very happy to have found a highly experienced CFO who has a deep understanding of the Nordic private equity real estate industry. Jacob will help manage the company and he is going to have an immediate impact on the financing, financial reporting & control and regulatory side of our business,” says Sloan Wobbeking, CEO of Alma. Mr. Annehed was a partner and CFO for the past few years at Nordic Real Estate Partners (NREP). Prior to that role, Mr. Annehed was Head of Finance and member of the Scandinavian private division management team at RSA (Codan/Trygg Hansa). He was also Head of Business Control & Accounting at the Finnish utility group Fortum and from 2004-2010 held various financial management and analytical positions at GE Capital. “Alma is a new and exciting platform for Nordic real estate investing and I am looking forward to joining an impressive team,” says Jacob Annehed. Mr. Annehed is the fifth person to join Alma Property Partners. The company recently strengthened its acquisitions team with the addition of Pierre Strandberg in June. Mr. Strandberg previously worked in the real estate private equity division of Cerberus Capital Management and as a financial analyst with the bank Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB). Alma Property Partners has in cooperation with Möller & Partners raised SEK 750 million for Akka Egendom, a fund focusing on residential properties in small- to medium-sized Swedish cities showing population and economic growth. Alma is currently also raising SEK 2,000-2,500 million for a panNordic opportunistic real estate fund with a first close targeted for the fourth quarter of 2015.