CPI Property Group welcomes new leader

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Attila Madler has been appointed Director of Asset Management for the Hungarian branch of CPI Property Group, an announcement issued today reveals.

Madler (pictured), who has more than ten years experience in real estate asset management, will be responsible for leading the CPI portfolio asset management department, stabilizing work processes and standardizing a long-term strategy.

In the beginning of his career, he was responsible for leasing and fund management, and was later involved in asset management. He is familiar with the different types of commercial real estate – office, retail hotel and industrial – and knows the Hungarian and Western European asset management market well.

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