Isabel is Deputy Fund Manager for Aviva Investors’ European Real Estate Long Income Fund (E-RELI Fund). She is responsible for supporting the Fund Manager in delivering the Fund’s strategy including progress of asset management and value-add initiatives, and sourcing and managing acquisitions for the Fund. Isabel is also part of the dedicated Real Estate Long Income Origination Team where her role is to source and create investment opportunities across a variety of assets in the UK and European markets.
Experience and qualifications
Prior to joining Aviva Investors, Isabel worked at PwC where she spent eight years with their real estate restructuring and corporate finance teams, advising on a range of debt and equity transactions in the UK and Europe. Isabel holds a BSc (Hons) from Bristol University and an MA from Cass Business School. She is a qualified Chartered Surveyor.
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