Jeremy is the Chief Investment Officer - Infrastructure and a member of the CBRE Clarion Management and Global Investment Policy Committees. He is a Portfolio Manager of the MainStay CBRE Global Infrastructure Fund. He has run the global infrastructure strategy since inception and was responsible for developing the team, process, and tools required to model and analyze infrastructure companies.
Jeremy joined the firm in 2004 as the co-Chief Investment Officer of CBRE Global Real Estate Securities, a REIT asset management division. He was responsible for portfolio management of global real estate securities separate accounts and funds. He was a founder of the securities group at CBRE and assisted in raising over $3 billion in assets as well as overseeing the global 28 member investment and operations team. Previously, he worked in various management and research positions in the real estate industry with LaSalle Investment Management in Baltimore/Amsterdam and Deutsche Bank in London. He has worked in the financial services industry specializing in real asset investment management since 1995.
Jeremy earned a B.S. in Finance, cum laude, from Boston College.
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
Global Listed Infrastructure Organization (GLIO)
Member of the Edison Electric Institute (EEI)
Master Limited Partnership Association (MLPA)
Advisory Board Member of Institutional Investing in Infrastructure
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