– CANADA, Toronto – Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX:CAR.UN) announced today that Jamie Schwartz has been appointed as a member of the REIT’s Board of Trustees effective immediately.
Mr. Schwartz is a Director in the Large Cap Corporate Banking Group with TD Securities. Mr. Schwartz has over 20 years of experience working in the banking, real estate and hospitality industries. Mr. Schwartz has spent the last 6 years at TD Securities in Toronto and New York, with responsibility for structuring and managing corporate debt. Prior to corporate banking, Mr. Schwartz was in TD’s commercial mortgage group, providing mortgage financing for all classes of real estate assets across Canada. Before joining TD Securities, Mr. Schwartz was Vice President at HVS Consulting and Valuation, a global consulting organization, where he spent almost 10 years providing real estate strategic advisory services to the hospitality industry.
“Jamie brings a wealth of global real estate, hospitality and financial experience to the REIT. We are delighted to have him join the Board of Trustees,” commented Michael Stein, Chairman.
As one of Canada’s largest residential landlords, CAPREIT is a growth-oriented investment trust owning interests in 50,630 residential units, comprised of 44,174 residential suites and 31 manufactured home communities comprising 6,456 land lease sites, located in and near major urban centres across Canada and The Netherlands.
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