Deborah Page, chairman IOF announced the move today (Monday) saying the independent directors of IOF were “very pleased” with the appointment. “Ming is a talented executive with extensive real estate and financial markets experience. As a board member and group executive at Investa, Ming has intimate knowledge of the fund and has contributed greatly to IOF’s growth and strong performance in recent years,” Ms Page said.
Campbell Hanan, chief executive, Investa Office said Ms Long had, “a deep understanding of IOF’s assets and capital structure and was the stand-out choice for the role”.
Ms Long was previously group chief financial officer and joined IPG nearly 10 years ago. She will now step down from all board positions including as executive director of the IPF board.
Jonathan Callaghan has been appointed managing director and finance director of IPG and will replace Ms Long on the IOF Board as an executive director. He has been with Investa for eight years overseeing the group’s major commercial transactions, legal, compliance and corporate governance functions and contributed to the group’s capital management strategy.