Hines Announces Promotion in the Firm's London Office

(LONDON) – Hines, the international real estate firm, is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Daniel Chang to Managing Director – Investment Management in the firm’s European regional office.

Chang joined Hines in 1999 as Assistant Construction Manager in the Paris office. After working in Barcelona, Madrid and Düsseldorf, he moved to London in 2009 to join the European Funds Team and became the first dedicated fund-level asset manager for HECF. During his tenure he established robust asset management and reporting processes and pushed sustainability, which is an ever-important aspect for tenants and investors alike. He currently oversees the asset management activities for HECF’s portfolio of 14 properties, coordinates the VGV separate account asset management activities, and plays an integral role in the execution of the BVK high-street retail account’s execution of value-add and development strategies across Europe.

Chang has a BSc in Architecture from the University of Maryland and also holds an MBA and MS in Urban Planning from Columbia University.

Hines is a privately owned global real estate investment firm founded in 1957 with a presence in 192 cities in 20 countries. Hines has $93.2 billion of assets under management, including $47.9 billion for which Hines provides fiduciary investment management services, and $45.3 billion for which Hines provides third-party property-level services. The firm has 105 developments currently underway around the world. Historically, Hines has developed, redeveloped or acquired 1,180 properties, totaling over 379 million square feet. The firm’s current property and asset management portfolio includes 483 properties, representing over 199 million square feet. With extensive experience in investments across the risk spectrum and all property types, and a pioneering commitment to sustainability, Hines is one of the largest and most-respected real estate organizations in the world. Visit www.hines.com for more information.