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Natalia Kolotneva

LaSalle Investment Management

Natalia Kolotneva

Head of European Living and Hospitality

Natalia is an experienced real estate professional with 15+ years of track record within asset management and development, previously working in leadership positions across public and private sectors. She is currently driving the performance of a specialist asset management team at LaSalle Investment Management within operational sectors, including housing, healthcare and hospitality, with AUM of c.£3bn across 13,000 beds. Starting her career on the hotel consultancy side at TRI and JLL Hotels/JLL Capital Markets, she then moved into the asset management for two open-ended funds at Legal & General, followed by lead surveying role at London Borough of Lewisham and later becoming the head of commercial property for Asia Pacific Investment Partners, running multiple teams across various property disciplines and geographies. 

An active volunteer within not-for-profits, Natalia serves as a Non-Executive Director of Transform Housing & Support, a Trustee/Governor of the International Students House Charity and a Board Advisor to Hammersley Homes. She is a member of the newly formed BPF’s Affordable Housing Committee and a Cohort Mentor for REACH UK, Second Century Ventures. Natalia is also a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

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