KKR holds a stake in the company of just over six percent, and Nayar had served as a board member since 2010.
Lee Timmins has stepped up to chief investment officer of Asia for Hines Investment Management after serving as the firm’s chief executive officer of the Eurasia Region for five years, based in Moscow.
Matthew Powers has been appointed as chief executive officer of Nan Fung Life Sciences Real Estate, a subsidiary of Nan Fung Group that has opened its first US office in Boston to acquire, develop and manage life sciences-related properties in the US. Powers is joining from JLL where he had served as JLL’s executive vice president of the company’s New England life sciences practice for three and a half years.
Prior to his time at JLL, the Nicholls State University had served in the real estate division of Walmart in Arkansas for more than 11 years, most recently as the retailer’s director of realty acquisitions from 2012 until 2016.
The Loughborough University graduate has served in his current position for seven years after two years as a manager of international property for JLL and a stint with Pinnacle Property Investment in the Asian financial hub between 2009 and 2010.
Tong had served as an assistant leasing manager for the property developer for almost two years after serving as the company’s senior leasing officer from 2016 until 2017.
Tsui had served as the fintech company’s commissioner in Jakarta for less than a year following a stint with Manila-headquartered fintech firm Cashalo.