Ivanhoé Cambridge appoints new retail president
Ivanhoé Cambridge, a global real estate industry leader, announced on Tuesday the appointment of Claude Sirois as President, Ivanhoé Cambridge Retail.
Sirois started his career with Ivanhoé Cambridge in 1990 as a Leasing Representative. Most recently, he worked with Ivanhoé Cambridge as Executive Vice President, Shopping Centres, North America, before leaving for a position as Real Estate Manager, Quebec and Atlantic Regions, at BMO Financial Group.
In his new role, Sirois will lead the company’s biggest business unit, consisting of 27 Canadian shopping centres, 21 of which are operated by Ivanhoé Cambridge.
"Claude is a seasoned leader with a strong reputation in real estate, especially in the retail industry," says Bill Tresham, President, Ivanhoé Cambridge, in a news statement.
New members of the Executive Committee of the Retail business unit were equally nominated today: Karen Laflamme joins the business unit as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; Roman Drohomirecki as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer; Paul Gleeson as Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer; and finally, Nathalie Rousseau as Vice President, Asset Management.
Ivanhoé Cambridge was founded in Quebec, Canada in 1953. The company holds interests in close to 500 properties, including close to 50 shopping centres across Canada, China, Brazil and more.
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