Oxford Properties Group (“Oxford”), a leading global real estate investor, asset manager and business builder, has appointed Alessandro Fiascaris as Senior Vice President, Asia-Pacific. Alessandro will be based in Singapore and will lead Oxford’s Asia-Pacific business and team.
Oxford’s presence in the region has grown considerably in recent years and, together with its portfolio companies, manages over US$10B of capital in Asia-Pacific. Alessandro’ appointment adds an on the ground leader to Oxford’s pool of talented senior professionals operating out of Singapore and Sydney. Oxford has grown its footprint in Asia-Pacific through a variety of direct and indirect investments as well as its investment in Austalia’s Investa platfrom in 2020. Last year, Oxford provided the financial backing to Investa to launch Indi, which aims to become the preeminent build to rent residential platform in Australia.
Alessandro joins Oxford from Blackstone, where he has spent his entire career to date. Most recently he was a Managing Director in Singapore, working on larger regional deals across traditional and new sectors in Asia-Pacific.
Alessandro has an undergraduate degree in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics from the University of Cambridge and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Michael Turner, President of Oxford Properties, commented: “Alessandro’s appointment allows us to add a highly respected senior leader to lead the team on the ground in Asia, bringing with him a wealth of experience to Oxford, including an impressive track record of delivering high-profile deals in multiple sectors across the region. His ability to build and lead effective teams will be invaluable as we continue to increase our footprint and deploy further capital in what is an important growth region in our high-conviction investment strategies.”
Alessandro Fiascaris, Senior Vice President, Asia-Pacific, added: “Oxford has both the access to capital and entrepreneurial spirit to complete complex transactions across a range of entry points. I look forward to working with Oxford’s talented global team to further build our presence in Asia-Pacific.”