London:

David Church joins board of BBS Capital

What? David Church has been appointed to the board of BBS Capital
Why? He will serve as a non-executive director of the firm
What next? He will be working closely with senior executives Joanne Barnett and Adam Buchler

 

Independent debt advisory firm BBS Capital has appointed David Church to join its board as a non-executive director.

He will work closely with the senior executive team led by co-founder Joanne Barnett and managing director Adam Buchler.

A veteran in the property sector, David Church has been active for 35 years in the industry. David ran the EMEA real estate gaming and lodging investment banking business at Bank of America Merrill Lynch from 2006 until 2015. He established Leon Partners, an independent real estate advisory company, right after and sold the business to HFF. He has executed numerous landmark transactions including multiple IPOs, take-privates, asset-backed, and other corporate deals.

Most recently, he helped set up Tetrarch Homes in Ireland where he serves as an investor and non-executive director. He also serves as a non-executive director at Invel, the real estate investment and asset management firm focusing on southeast Europe and other select European markets.

Church is joined by Chris Tinker, who will also serve as a non-executive director on the board. He joined BBS in 2020 following his retirement from Crest Nicholson where he was the interim CEO in his last year.

Joanne Barnett, co-founder at BBS Capital, said: “David is one of the most highly regarded individuals in the sector and it is our privilege to welcome him as a board member.

“The expertise and diversity of our team has not only driven the growth of BBS Capital over almost 20 years but has also been key in differentiating us from our peer group and positioning us as a leader in UK debt advisory. David’s experience, reputation and track record will provide fresh perspective and invaluable insight and will support our ambitious expansion plans.”

3 Mar 2022 | by May Agaran, React News

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