BMO Real Estate Investments appoints new lead manager

Matthew Howard named

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Matthew Howard will take over on 19 July

Matthew Howard will take over on 19 July

The board of BMO Real Estate Investments (BREI) has appointed Matthew Howard as lead manager, effective 19 July.

Howard, who is fund manager of the RSA Shareholders Real Estate fund and deputy manager of the BMO Commercial Property Trust, will succeed Peter Lowe as lead manager of BREI. Lowe will continue to manage BREI's assets, supported by the wider team within BMO Real Estate Partners (BMO REP), until 19 July, at which point his lead manager responsibilities will transfer to Howard. First Trust launches disruptive technology real estate ETF Following the transfer, the board said Lowe will continue to assist Howard and the team "to ensure an orderly transition". Howard joined BMO REP in...

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