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Lion’s Head announces the appointment of Alina Necula as Country Manager for Romania

Lion’s Head Romania announces the appointment of Alina Necula as Country .

Alina Necula has more than 15 years of experience in Real Estate, focusing on Asset Management, Commercial Management and Real Estate development. She was involved in multiple Office and Logistics projects and coordinated strategic business units in Retail and Residential markets. Prior to joining Lion’s Head, she was part of the Commercial and Asset Management teams of Globalworth and Immofinanz. Alina holds and EMBA from the Maastricht School of Management and a bachelor’s degree in Law & Economics from the University of Bucharest.

In her new role, Alina Necula will be responsible for coordinating and developing the company’s strategy in Romania, and for identifying new business opportunities and expansion areas for Lion’s Head Group activity.

“It is with great enthusiasm that I am joining Lion’s Head Romania team. Our main priority is to keep our tenants and their employees happy at Oregon Park. I trust that together with my team we shall address their needs and concerns in a highly satisfying manner. Of course, we are also actively looking to enlarge our portfolio in Romania, and, from this perspective, I am happy to contribute to the company’s aims of extending its activities and investments and consolidating the business.” said Alina Necula, Country Manager of Lion’s Head Romania.

 

 About Lion’s Head

 

Lion’s Head is the owner and manager of income-producing commercial properties in Central and Eastern Europe. The company is backed by AG Capital and Old Mutual Property. AG Capital is one of the most influential groups in real estate investment, development, and asset management in Bulgaria. Old Mutual Property is part of Old Mutual, established in 1845 as South Africa’s first life insurance company. Today, Old Mutual has grown into a financial services group that offers a broad spectrum of financial solutions to retail and corporate customers across key market segments in many countries.

In Romania, the fund acquired Oregon Park, a transaction considered the second largest in the history of the local market. Oregon Park is a premium A graded office complex comprising three 7-storey buildings that provide over 70.000 sqm of contemporary office space surrounded by an attractively landscaped plot of nearly 4 ha. Located in Floreasca-Barbu Vacarescu Business District, the area is one of the most prestigious business hubs in Bucharest, attracting many global companies.

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