Daniel Cateliu joins P3 as Leasing and Development Manager in Romania

Pan-European logistics property investor-developer P3 has appointed Daniel Cateliu as its Leasing and Development Manager in Romania, with responsibility in attracting new tenants for P3 Bucharest A1 park, the largest logistics park in Romania, as well as for P3 Bucharest NW Ring Road park, where P3 will build a new 80,000 m2 logistic park in the near future.

“We are happy that Daniel has joined the P3 team. We continue to grow in Romania and he will play an important role in our expansion. P3 appreciates people who are passionate about what they do and Daniel has all the necessary skills and the positive attitude that we are looking for in our business”, says Sinziana Pardhan, Managing Director of P3 in Romania.

Daniel has a strong track record in real estate, having spent five years with CBRE Romania, where he was Senior Adviser in the Industrial and Land Development Departments. During that period, he was responsible for industrial leasing and land transactions as well as real estate market analysis and evaluation, market studies, contract negotiations, and outreach to investment funds, logistic and production companies in order to generate new investment opportunities for Romania. Previously, he was Financial Consultant at Allianz Tiriac Asigurari.

“It is an honour for me to become part of P3 team. I am excited to be joining one of the most dynamic companies in the logistics and industrial development sector, and further develop P3 projects in Romania together with my colleagues”, commented Daniel Cateliu.

Cateliu has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at the National School of Political and Administrative Studies, a Master of Governance Theory and Practice and he won an Erasmus scholarship at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Studies from Trieste, Italy.

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