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10 April, 2017 - 12:57 By Kate Sweeney

Law firm creates asset management role

Mills Reeve Dominic Horden

National law firm Mills & Reeve has appointed principal associate Dominic Hordern to the newly created role of head of asset management.

The role will champion best practice in asset management across the firm, providing focused support to clients as they strive to realise maximum value from their portfolios. 

A a real estate investment specialist with more than 15 years’ experience providing asset management services to a range of investors, Dominic (above) will proactively explore and identify the legal, commercial and service challenges facing asset management in the real estate investment market to enable clients to realise best value from their income streams and to meet the firm’s goal of being a leading provider to actively managed funds. 

Real estate is a major focus of the business at Mills & Reeve representing almost 30 per cent of the firm’s turnover.

Head of real estate finance Charles Staveley said: “We realise delivering high quality asset management work to real estate investors is important. We will continue to differentiate ourselves by providing this service through senior-led client teams that really understand clients and their portfolios, providing continuity of delivery and experienced practitioners.”

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