CBRE’s Graeme Rutter Appointed as IPF Chair
Graeme Rutter of global real estate adviser CBRE, has been announced as National Chair of the Investment Property Forum (IPF). The 12-month appointment follows the IPF’s annual general meeting held on the 27 June. The role of the Chair is to ensure that the IPF’s mission to enhance the understanding and efficiency of property as an investment remains at the fore of the Forum’s thinking and activities, for the benefit of both its membership and the wider real estate industry.
Graeme is an Executive Director and Head of Investment Advisory within CBRE Capital Advisors, where his team provides institutional, financial, family office and property company clients with real estate investment advice, ranging commercial and residential investment, lending and indirect investment. Graeme’s team also provides advice to public sector clients, both Local Authorities and Local Government Pension Schemes. His experience in the real estate investment industry spans over 28 years.
He is currently a member of CBRE’s Capital Advisors Investment Committee, Investment Advisory Strategy Board and Investment Advisory Investment Committee, as well as the MSCI UK Real Estate Advisory Group. Graeme has chaired the IPF Indirect Property Working Group for a number of years.
The Investment Property Forum (IPF) has over 1,800 individual members drawn from a wide range of different professional organisations including those in accountancy, banking, development, fund management, investment agency, law and valuation.
The IPF’s mission is to enhance the understanding and efficiency of property as an investment, including public, private, debt, equity and synthetic exposure, for its members and other interested parties, including government, by:
· undertaking research and special projects and ensuring effective communication of this work;
· providing education; and
· providing a forum for fellowship, discussion and debate amongst our members and the wider investment community
For further information, visit the IPF website: www.ipf.org.uk
I am delighted to have been appointed as National Chair of the Investment Property Forum (IPF) to represent the fantastic members of the organisation. The IPF generates industry leading research, engages with other industry bodies, hosts informative webinars and seminars, organizes numerous events and provides excellent networking opportunities for its members. Having worked with IPF before, I hope to hit the ground running and make a positive impact from my first day as Chair, where one of my key priorities for the year ahead will be recruitment and trying to attract a new and diverse membership. I look forward to working with Sue Forster, Chief Executive, and the rest of the excellent, dedicated IPF team.