AVP/VP, Asset Management
- Market Competitive
- Permanent, Full time
- Keppel Capital International Pte Ltd
- 18 Mar 19
The candidate joins Keppel DC REIT’s Investment team in reviewing data centre investment opportunities across the globe. This role works well across all functions within Keppel and keeps in mind of the strategic direction and growth of the business for Keppel DC REIT.
- Develop and recommend strategies to maximize performance and enhance assets by working with internal stakeholders (marketing, property management and country managers) to formulate action plan wrt OPEX & CAPEX management
- Propose & implement effective Lease Management in areas like deal structuring, renewal & retention strategies, client & asset risk assessment, arrears monitoring, property tax management
- Carry out AEI, asset valuation, asset review and hold-sell analysis for the asset under management
- Lead or champion initiatives for the team in areas like Compliance, Environmental, Social & Governance, Health Safety and Environment, BCP etc.
- Prepare budgets and periodic forecasts relating to net property income and capital expenditure of the portfolio; assess revenues and expenses with review of actual performance against budget and strategies
- Reporting - Consolidate and analyse data at individual property and portfolio level for periodic and ad hoc result announcements / investor meetings, Prepare monthly and quarterly reports outlining performance by property and portfolio levels for internal management/trustee, Assist in preparation of company annual reports and circulars
- Degree in Business/ Finance / Estate Management or its equivalent, with flair for numbers
- Minimum 8-10 years' of prior experience in asset management and operations, with proven records of running project based initiatives. Exposure on international Real Estate would be an added advantage.
- Self-motivated, resourceful team player with good people management skills and able to lead initiatives independently
- Result-oriented and able to work under stress in a fast-pace environment