INREV CEO to step down
Matthias Thomas, the CEO of the European Association for Investors in Non-Listed Vehicles, has announced plans to leave the organization after seven years.
“Matthias has played a pivotal role overseeing a strong INREV team focused on delivering a very high standard and broad range of services and events for our membership and ensuring that the association is at the forefront of thought leadership and research to support the development and growth of our industry in Europe and beyond,” said Neil Harris, INREV chairman. “He’ll be missed, but we wish him well with his next venture. In the meantime, we’ll continue to benefit from Matthias’ input over the next few months, whilst we search for a high-caliber replacement.”
Thomas will leave in September to join a real estate management company in Berlin. He joined INREV in 2010, succeeding Lisette van Doorn.
The INREV Management Board has begun the search for a new CEO, with a view to identifying a replacement before Thomas leaves.