GMA is a French asset management company, formed to manage French retail investment funds.
GMA’s sole strategic and operational goal will be the formation, management, marketing and operation of French real estate investment funds that specialise in the long-term ownership of properties predominantly leased by large food retailers and supermarket chains.
GMA focuses on maximising the conversion of rental income from food retail tenants into regular, long-term income for investors.
GMA capitalizes on the strengths of the Greenman group, while remaining independent
GMA is part of the Greenman Group, which employs over 80 people in 6 countries.
Since 2005 Greenman has evolved into a market-leading, sector specific, real estate investment fund manager through (among others) Greenman OPEN, the largest real estate fund specializing in supermarkets and core retail in Germany (over €1 billion assets under management).
Greenman have shown its commitment to the sector, the tenants and the people and have continued to deliver long-term, sustainable income to our investors.
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GMA is formed with the intention of becoming France’s leading Grocery Real Estate investment fund manager.
Greenman OPEN has an AUM of c. €1.01 bn with 72 centres across Germany. Roughly 0.5% of all groceries sold in Germany are sold in a property owned by Greenman OPEN.
The Greenman Group owns the majority stake in DINAMIK, a Luxembourg seated fund administrator approved by the CSSF as a PFS.
The Greenman Group was formed with over 60 staff in FR, IRE, DE, UK, LUX, India.
Greenman Investments open their second German office in Frankfurt. This office provides asset management, property management and debt finance services to all of their German assets.
Greenman Retail+ is converted to an open-ended structure called Greenman OPEN. The Luxembourg fund, managed by Greenman Investments, now allows investors to access the fund on a continual basis and follows a “buy and hold” strategy.
Greenman Investments became the 1st Irish company to receive an AIFM licence and create their first AIF, Greenman Retail+ targeting food dominated commercial property. The fund is available for investment to professional and well-informed investors located throughout the EU.
Greenman Investments launches first closed-end German real estate fund.
Greenman Investments was formed in Dublin.
Abhishek has 10 years of extensive experience in real estate and investment management. President of GMA, he is responsible for planning and executing the company’s investment strategy. Before joining GMA, Abhishek was Deputy Chief Investment Officer for Klepierre and Vice President for Quilvest Private Equity.
Exec. Chief Executive
Johnnie is working closely with colleagues and future shareholders to implement our European expansion strategy. Johnnie has co-ordinated the actions of legal, tax, corporate advisors, and regulators to finalise internal corporate restructuring.
Dany Galerne holds a Master’s degree in Economics (University of Clermont Ferrand) and a Master’s degree in Real Estate Management from ESSEC. He has more than twenty years’ experience in the creation and management of real estate investment funds (SCPI, OPPCI, real estate companies) and has worked in several portfolio management companies, in particular at Sofidy and Voisin (now Atland Voisin). After starting his career in the banking sector, he joined Sofidy in 2000 where he was responsible for the development of the Selectirente real estate company. After an experience at SGAM AI REIM (now AMUNDI IMMOBILIER), he joined Voisin (now Atland Voisin) in 2009 as Director of the SCPI division where he initiated the rationalisation of the SCPI range around the SCPI IMMOPLACEMENT and created the SCPI EPARGNE PIERRE. Before joining Greenman Arth, Dany Galerne was Managing Director of Mercatena Gestion.
Guillaume is a graduate of INSEEC and specialises in finance. He started his career in 2007 by joining the management company La Française REM (formerly UFG Group), a historical player in the SCPI market. In 2014, Guillaume joined Primonial REIM, a major player in real estate savings, as Key Account Development Manager. With 14 years of experience in the collective property market, he joined Greenman Arth in June 2021 as Sales Director.
Head of Partnerships
Holding a Master’s degree in Asset Management from Dauphine University in Paris, Baptiste started his first internships within the alternative investment industry. Following this first experience, Baptiste joined Société Générale CIB in 2018 as a sales assistant on structured products, followed by experience within the Hedge Funds credit risk team in New York. Drawing on his investment banking experience, Baptiste joined Greenman Arth in January 2022 as a Partnerships Manager with the mission of developing the Conseillers en Gestion de Patrimoine (CGP) partner network.
Compliance, Internal Control Manager
Holder of a diploma from the Ecole Nationale d’Assurances, Stéphanie began her career in marketing project management at Sogecap. In 2013, she decided to take a different direction in her career and chose to take another year of studies at ES Banque where she graduated with honors from the Cycle Expertise Conformité. Before joining the Greenman Arth team, Stéphanie was a Consultant at Agama Conseils and Manager of Compliance and Internal Control at YCAP Group (Homa Capital) and at Montaigne Capital.
Graduated from the Master in Management and Audit-Expertise accounting of EXCELIA (ex ESCEM), Thibault started his career in the audit sector at MAZARS in 2011. After these first experiences in audit and accounting firms, he joined GROUPE SFPI, an industrial group listed on Euronext, in 2015 as a financial controller in the group finance department. He supervised the finance of several companies in Europe and participated in the group’s acquisitions/disposals. He joined Greenman Arth in October 2021 as the CFO.