InfraRed Capital Partners (InfraRed) has appointed David Watt as Senior Advisor to focus on the further development of its real estate business in Asia. David was previously Chairman, North Asia, and Head of Business Development and Client Services, Asia-Pacific, at DTZ. He will remain based in Hong Kong.
Stuart Jackson, InfraRed’s Head of Real Estate, said:
“David has a long-standing relationship with InfraRed and we are delighted that he has joined to assist us in further growing our Asian real estate business. David brings an in-depth knowledge of markets across the region, long-term experience in shopping centre development and a deep network of contacts and relationships.”
InfraRed, formerly HSBC Specialist Investments, are infrastructure and real estate fund specialists with offices in London, New York, Paris and Hong Kong. To date in Asia, it has raised and invested real estate funds in China and Vietnam and, amongst its PPP infrastructure projects, is leading the development of the Singapore Sports Hub, Asia’s largest PPP project and the New Royal Adelaide Hospital in South Australia.