Invesco is a leading global asset management firm with more than $858B* in assets under management. We provide our retail and institutional clients a diverse and comprehensive range of investment capabilities to help people get more out of life. Invesco is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange (IVZ) and has about 7,000 employees in over 20 countries. (*As of June 30, 2017).
The general role of the Acquisitions Investment Officer, Invesco Real Estate is to source/originate and negotiate to closing equity and structured credit (in collaboration with Invesco’s debt origination team) investments that meet Invesco client parameters within a specified geographic region of focus. The investment process also involves leading the internal investment review and approval process and supporting the closing functions related to the investment. The Acquisitions Investment Officer serves as the primary contact between Invesco and the broad real estate capital market community (institutional, Wall Street, private, third party intermediaries, etc.), within the specified geographic region on all matters related to sourcing of new investment opportunities. This role also requires promoting Invesco’s brand and corporate reputation through our professional stature and company performance. The role will report to the regional group head.
Key Responsibilities / Duties:
- Source investment opportunities within a given region of the country.
- Develop strong and beneficial relationships with owners of institutional-grade real estate and the brokerage community.
- Help facilitate underwriting due diligence and closing for prospective acquisition investments.
- Present investment opportunities to the IRE investment committee. Also serve as part of investment committee process for acquisitions under consideration in other markets.
- Contribute to the formulation of INVESCO’s geographic and product market strategies through verification of general market data (“top down theory”) or by providing market specific information in cities not generally covered (“bottom up theory”).
Work Experience / Knowledge/Skills:
- At least twelve years of direct real estate transaction experience and deep, verifiable market relationships.
- A thorough understanding of real estate investment fundamentals and corporate finance are a necessity.
- Sophisticated relational and communication skills.
- Self-motivated, high energy personality that works well in a team environment
- Strong organizational skills
Formal Education: (minimum requirement to perform job duties)
FLSA (US Only): Exempt