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Nordics-Focused Real Estate House Appoints Former Goldman Sachs Partner

Tom Burroughes Group Editor London 11 September 2015

Nordics-Focused Real Estate House Appoints Former Goldman Sachs Partner

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Brunswick Real Estate, an advisor, lender and investor in the Nordic region, has appointed former Goldman Sachs partner Martin Wiwen-Nilsson to its group management committee.

Wiwen-Nilsson had been at Goldman Sachs where his most recent role was as partner in charge of sales and structuring for Asia Pacific and EMEA in the global commodity business, Brunswick said in a statement. 

Brunswick Real Estate brings together the established Nordic investment bank Leimdörfer, investment manager Sveafastigheter and debt provider LREC. The group also features a joint principal investment division to help clients unlock value, it said.

Wiwen-Nilsson joined Goldman Sachs in 1994 and was made a partner in 2008. Among the Swede’s roles was that of head of growth markets for EMEA in the investment banking division. He assumed responsibility for EMEA and Asia Pacific commodity sales and structuring at the bank in 2013.


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