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Neuberger Berman hires M&G property star

Neuberger Berman hires M&G property star

M&G Global Real Estate Securities fund manager Gillian Tiltman has joined Neuberger Berman.

Tiltman will be responsible for managing European assets within Neuberger’s $2.3 billion global property share business, where she will report into team head Steve Shigekawa.

Shigekawa said: ‘Gillian’s appointment displays our commitment to building a truly global team able to offer comprehensive coverage of the real estate securities markets.

‘We believe our Global Reit team can address investor’s needs for portfolio diversification and stable income with total return potential.’

Tiltman’s departure from M&G, which was announced last week, prompted the group to initiate a review of its fund. The day to day running of the portfolio has since been taken over by former manager Richard O’Connor.

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