Today’s City Moves includes Seaforth Land, Invesco and ADM Energy.
Seaforth Land, the London-focused commercial real estate investor and asset manager, has appointed Lesley Chen Davison as chief investment officer. She will join the company in September 2019. Lesley joins from Delancey where she has worked since 2005 as director of banking and treasury, and served as a member of the company’s steering committee. At Delancey, Lesley had oversight of all third-party financing and banking relationships. She has sourced approximately £3bn of new financing for Delancey clients and partners since 2014. An active participant in the UK real estate industry, Lesley was a member of the government’s build to rent joint committee and CRE Financial Council Europe’s build to rent finance initiative committee.
Mark Stockley has been appointed to Invesco’s London-based, newly-created role of head of institutional treasury. Mark will report to Alex Millar, head of Europe, Middle East and Asia (EMEA) institutional. Mark will be responsible for identifying and growing Invesco’s institutional sales prospects, as well as developing and maintaining relationships with clients, treasury platforms and investment consultants. He has over 20 years’ industry experience and has previously worked at Blackrock Investment Management as head of international cash & global cash chief operating officer, JP Morgan Asset Management as managing director and head of institutional liquidity (EMEA) and at Goldman Sachs where he was vice president, head of Asian operations.
Oil and gas investing company ADM Energy has announced the appointment of Osamede Okhomina as chief executive officer with immediate effect. Osamede started his career at Terra Energy Services where he managed the introduction of new deep-water technologies, developed in Norway, into the Nigerian market. Osamede was later instrumental in originating, structuring and eventually settling the 15-year legal battle with Shell on behalf of the Wiwa plaintiffs in the New York district court. More recently, he was a founding partner and chief executive of Energy Equity Resources (EER), an Africa-focused oil and gas company and a partner investor of ADM Energy in the OML113 Licence, which includes the Aje field, where he has secured over $300m (£236m) of direct foreign investment into the Nigerian oil and gas sector. He is currently vice chairman of EER and has successfully diversified the company across upstream and downstream businesses. Osamede has a BA and MA in philosophy from Cambridge University.
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