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P3 appoints Emilia Bocan as senior leasing and development manager for Romania

P3, one of the biggest owners, developers and administrators of logistics assets across Europe, appointed Emilia Bocan as senior leasing and development manager for Romania, according to a press release.

2016-12-15 15:28:50

She will be responsible for renting and development of 305,000 sqm of P3 Bucharest, the largest logistics park in the country, and new P3 projects in Romania. Prior to joining P3, Emilia Bocan worked for three years at Colliers Romania and four years within Immofinanz Services Romania, where she held the position of first leasing & marketing coordinator manager and was later promoted to senior leasing manager.

During this period she was involved in the operational leasing and management of over 300,000 sqm of office and industrial portfolio for Immofinanz and the development of industrial and office projects of the company

P3 will be acquired by GIC from TPG Real Estate and its partner Ivanhoe Cambridge. The sellers had taken over P3 in 2013. Since then, the group has expanded and reached a portfolio of 3.3 million square meters of logistics space. The international transaction is expected to close by the end of 2016, pending regulatory approvals.

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