Intu Properties PLC

Intu Properties PLC

Sector: Real Estate Agents And Managers Region: United Kingdom

: | Johannesburg Securities Exchange: CSO | London Stock Exchange: CSCG

Intu Properties Plc develops, owns and manages UK regional shopping centers. It is engaged in the business of management of portfolio of investment in the property sector. The company's assets comprise five major out-of-town centers, including four of the UK's top six-Trafford Centre, Manchester; Lakeside, Thurrock; Metrocentre, Gateshead; and Braehead, Glasgow and the mall at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol- and nine in-town centers, including centers in prime destinations which include Cardiff, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich and Nottingham. It was founded by Donald J. Gordon in 1980 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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Patrick Burgess, MBE Chairman
"Appointed a Non-Executive Director of the Group in 2001 and Chairman on 1 August 2008. Patrick Burgess qualified as a Solicitor in 1972 and became a partner in Gouldens in 1974, serving as head of the Corporate Department for 14 years and as Senior Partner for six, culminating with the merger of Gouldens with Jones Day in 2003, from which he retired in 2007. He has also has been active in a number of charitable and community organisations. At Jones Day, Patrick specialised in mergers & acquisitions and corporate re-structuring. He also has considerable experience in compliance, regulatory and stock exchange matters. Non-Executive Director of Standard Bank PLC.
Chairman of the Capital Projects Committee
Chairman of the Nomination & Review Committee
Chairman of the Corporate Responsibility Committee "
John Whittaker, Deputy Chairman
Appointed as Deputy Chairman and a Non-Executive Director on 28 January 2011.John Whittaker is the Chairman of the Peel Group which he founded in 1971 and developed into a leading UK infrastructure, transport and real estate enterprise. John is a highly regarded real estate investor, and has overseen the growth of the Peel Group across many sectors such as land, real estate, ports, airports renewable energy and media. John is an experienced property developer and business leader, illustrated by projects such as The Trafford Centre and MediacityUK. His appointment to the Board followed the acquisition by Intu of The Trafford Centre from the Peel Group. Chairman of the Peel Group.Member of the Capital Projects Committee.
David Fischel, Chief Executive
"Appointed Finance Director in 1988, Managing Director in 1992 and Chief Executive in March 2001. David Fischel qualified as a chartered accountant in 1983 at Touche Ross & Co before joining Intu in 1985. At Touche Ross, David worked in the corporate finance department with experience in acquisitions, flotations and capital raisings. During his 27 year career with Intu, David has gained significant executive experience in numerous aspects of the shopping centre industry including shopping centre acquisitions and developments. He has also been closely involved with the Group’s corporate development including equity and debt financings and a wide range of other corporate transactions, including the 2010 demerger of Capital & Counties from Intu. Non-executive director of Equity One, Inc.
Chairman of the Executive Committee
Member of the Capital Projects Committee
Member of the Corporate Responsibility Committee "
Matthew Roberts, Finance Director
"Appointed as Finance Director on 3 June 2010.Matthew Roberts was previously the Finance Director of Debenhams plc from 1996 to 2003, and Chief Financial Officer of Gala, subsequently Gala Coral Group Ltd, from 2004 to 2008. Matthew is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and has gained significant executive level finance experience in his previous positions at Debenhams plc, where he managed its 1998 IPO and ran its international business and property function, and at Gala where he led a number of acquisitions and fundraisings including the creation of a £3 billion debt package following the acquisition of Coral.
Member of the Capital Projects Committee
Member of the Executive Committee "

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