Francois Trausch has been promoted to CEO of Asia-Pacific for GE Capital Real Estate
In other previous roles with the company, Trausch served as head of risk management in Europe and as senior
“I am very pleased that Francois has accepted this new position,” said Mark Hutchinson, president of GE Capital Real Estate International, in a press release. “His wealth of expertise in building business teams and delivering outstanding results for real estate in Europe positions him well for leading our Asia-Pacific teams.”
Prior to joining GE Capital Real Estate, Trausch worked for Goldman Sachs in London and Tishman Speyer Properties in New York and Berlin. He holds a business degree from ESCP Europe, a leading European business school, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
A global commercial real estate investment company, GE Capital Real Estate has $80 billion in assets. A unit of corporate giant General Electric (NYSE: GE), GE Capital Real Estate has a presence in 31 markets throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia/New Zealand.