Diófa Asset Management appoints real estate investment director


Roland Bogár is the new real estate investment director of Diófa Asset Management, the company told the Budapest Business Journal.

Bogár will coordinate the activities related to the real estate portfolio managed by the company, including asset management, fund management, leasing, and investment activities of the managed portfolios. The new director, who joins the company from Indotek Group, will also play a key role in shaping the future activities of Diófa Asset Management, particularly the company’s real estate-related strategic directions.

The newly appointed director has 13 years of experience in the real estate market: during his career, he participated in real estate transactions in Hungary and in several countries in the region worth nearly EUR 1.5 billion. He graduated from the International Business School in 2004 with a degree in corporate finance, after which he worked at CIB Bank's corporate finance business. He began his real estate career in 2008 at Colliers International's Budapest office, where he initially sold and leased industrial and logistics properties and development plots, and later sold investment properties. He joined Indotek Group in 2016, where he took part in the development of the group's institutional investment business, as well as its international investment activities as head of transaction management.

"As a real estate investment director, my primary goal is to continue to provide outstanding and stable returns to investors of Diófa Asset Management," said Bogár. "I hope that my knowledge on the real estate market combined with the expertise of the Diófa investor team will make a strong contribution to the dynamic market growth of the company."


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