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Lodge & Partners becomes Limehouse Partners, appoints managing partner

Appointments

Benjamin Perez Ellischewitz

Lodge & Partners Investment Management has announced rebranding to Limehouse Partners, with Benjamin Perez Ellischewitz becoming a managing partner in the firm.

Perez Eliischewitz spent the last 10 years as head of Capital Markets at JLL during which he led significant real estate transactions on the Hungarian market and transacted over EUR 3 billion. He started his career at J.P.Morgan, working in Paris, London, Seoul, and Singapore before joining JLL in Hungary in 2007.

For Limehouse Partners, the arrival of Perez Ellischewitz marks an expansion beyond asset management and the recently integrated property management service lines, the company told the Budapest Business Journal via a press release.

“We are delighted to welcome Ben as a Partner. We had the pleasure to work with him on several deals in the past and always valued him as one of the best in his sector. His significant transactional expertise and track record will play a pivotal role in our growth and expansion into new business lines," managing partner Jake Lodge commented. 

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