Cornelia Graeber appointed Senior Asset Manager at Silverton
Frankfurt, 08. November 2018 – Cornelia Graeber (45) has joined the Frankfurt-based Silverton Group (Silverton) as a Senior Asset Manager. Qualified as a Real Estate Economist (IRE|BS), she will support the seven-strong asset management team from Frankfurt. She is responsible for the management of part of a portfolio of commercial properties with value-add character. Applying her expertise, she will also advise Silverton on business development and acquiring new projects.
Cornelia Graeber reports to Thorsten Leischke, Silverton’s Head of Real Estate Asset Management. Silverton currently has 350 million Euro of assets under management in the real estate sector.
Prior to joining Silverton, Cornelia Graeber worked for more than 13 years as an Asset Manager at Credit Suisse Asset Management Immobilien Kapitalanlagegesellschaft mbH, in Frankfurt. She specialised in retail and logistics properties in Germany and Poland. She also managed external service providers in the commercial, technical and infrastructural areas, and facilitated the realisation of numerous developments, including the Schloss Arkaden in Brunswick (Braunschweig) and the DHL distribution centre in Bremen.
Jascha Hofferbert, director and co-founder of Silverton, comments: „In Cornelia Graeber we have gained an experienced member of staff. Her experience in Eastern Europe, in particular, will support us in our business plans.“
The range of services provided by the Silverton Group includes, in addition to investment management and asset management of commercial property and loans secured on real estate; consultancy services for transaction and implementation in the areas of special situations, distressed debt and real estate; risk advisory services; and banking consultancy. Silverton is one of the few loan servicers in Germany to be granted authorisation to provide payment services (Zahlungslizenz) by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BAFin). The company has offices in Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Zagreb and New York.