Pinsent Masons boosts Real Estate Development and Investment team

21 Sep 2017 | 11:29 am |

International law firm Pinsent Masons has enhanced its real estate sector capability with the appointment of Anthony Newton as Partner in its Development and Investment team.

Anthony is joining from Hogan Lovells, where he spent 10 years in the London Real Estate Group working on investment, development and occupational matters.

Over the past four years, Anthony has been focused on the growing alternative assets sector. He has been working particularly in the private rented sector (PRS) and student accommodation markets where he has extensive experience in investment purchases and development fundings, both from a direct-let and secure income perspective.

 James Crookes, Head of Real Estate at Pinsent Masons, comments: "We're delighted that Anthony is joining us, and I'm sure his expertise will complement and support our team. The alternative asset sector in the UK continues to expand apace and we're confident that Anthony's experience in this area, particularly with student accommodation and PRS, will be of great benefit to our clients."

 Anthony is a member of the Investment Property Forum and Cambridge Land Society, and is the current co-editor of the third edition of the Global Legal Insights handbook on Commercial Real Estate.

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