Aetos Japan said on Friday it had rehired Minoru Machida, naming him managing director and senior executive.
Machida previously worked at Aetos Japan from 2001 to 2005 as managing director.
“The Japanese real estate market is showing signs of recovery after a prolonged period of decline,” Machida said in a statement.
Aetos Japan was established in 2001 as a subsidiary of Aetos Capital Real Estate, a New York-headquartered investment group, to source, execute and management investments. Aetos Capital Real Estate has sponsored four funds with a combined worth of $3.8 billion, focused on real estate investments in Asia.
Over the past...