NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Realterm announced that Brian D. Trahan, chief investment officer (CIO) of Realterm, departed from the company at the end of 2016 but will remain available on an advisory basis during 2017. Trahan has served as CIO since joining Realterm in May of 2014, with responsibilities for strategic investment initiatives across Realterm’s various investment strategies and a specific focus on maximizing risk-adjusted returns.
“On behalf of the company, I want to express our gratitude to Brian for his significant contributions. Brian’s investment acumen, insights and deep industry experience were genuinely additive to the executive team and to the company. His role on our Investment Committee has provided unique perspective,” said Ken Code, Co-Founder and CEO of Realterm. “Specifically, Brian’s role in the recapitalization of our Aeroterm investment strategy and the pursuit of a long-term liquidity vehicle for our IndoSpace opportunistic private equity funds have been valuable to their success,” said Code.
“With the most challenging aspects of the Aeroterm and IndoSpace initiatives behind us, I feel it is an appropriate time for me to step aside and to focus on the next phase of my career aspirations,” said Trahan. “Working with the incredibly talented group of professionals at Realterm and its various investment strategies has been one of the highlights of my career thus far. I wish the company all the best going forward.”
Realterm is a real estate operator executing private equity strategies at the intersection of the global supply chain and evolving consumer preferences. Realterm owns, operates and invests across three vertically-integrated investment platforms: Realterm Logistics, the leading owner of high flow through facilities® (HFT) in North America; Aeroterm, the largest owner of on-airport air cargo logistics and aviation support facilities in North America; and IndoSpace Logistics Parks, the largest industrial development platform in India. Realterm capitalizes these strategies through a series of commingled funds and programmatic joint ventures.