PARIS — Karine Ohana, a partner at investment firm Ohana & Co., has been appointed an independent non-executive director of Atrium European Real Estate.
It is a Jersey, Channel Island-based owner, operator and developer of shopping centers and real estate in Central and Eastern Europe. On March 31, the group owned 81 shopping centers and retail properties with a market value of 2.6 billion euros, or $2.9 billion at current exchange, in seven countries. It had a gross lettable area of 15.1 million square feet.
The company, which was founded by Sam Ben-Avraham, is listed on both the Vienna and Euronext Amsterdam stock exchanges.
In 2014, the company’s gross rental income was 214.5 million euros, or $285.2 million at average exchange for the year.
Ohana was a board member of Citycon Oyj, a Finnish developer of shopping centers, from 2013 to 2015. The executive has more than 30 years of investment banking and financial advisory experience.