Trei Real Estate GmbH (Trei), a German property developer and property asset holder specialised in residential and commercial properties, found a new Managing Director for its subsidiaries in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Starting immediately, Nadezda Ptackova (aged 43) will take the helm of the two companies. Between 2004 and 2017, Nadezda Ptackova worked for property developer Skanska Reality, a Skanska member company for housing construction in the Czech Republic. In this role, she headed several departments, including acquisitions and property development. In 2014, she became the company’s CEO. During her years with Skanska, she gathered comprehensive experience in all areas related to the project development business. Prior to her stint with Skanska, she worked in the real estate financing unit of Bank Unicredit.
At Trei, Nadezda Ptackova will be in charge of all property development activities involving commercial and residential real estate in the Czech Republic and in Slovakia. Her tasks will moreover include the acquisition of undeveloped plots.
Pepijn Morshuis, CEO of Trei Real Estate, commented: “In Nadezda Ptackova, we have won a highly experienced expert with an impressive résumé. We have big plans for the Czech Republic, as we intend to get into the residential development business. In a parallel move, we will pursue the construction of retail parks under the Vendo Park brand. Nadezda Ptackova is the perfect candidate for either project.”
Nadezda Ptackova commented: “I’m thoroughly familiar with the market and the challenges that property developments face in the Czech Republic, and I’m looking forward to helping Trei achieve its strategic objectives. We will position Trei as established developer in the Czech Republic and in Slovakia.”
So far, the activities of Trei in either market used to concentrate mainly on commercial properties. The Czech market has been of much greater importance for the company than the one in Slovakia. Overall, Trei has 72 assets under management in the two countries, with the Czech Republic accounting for 68 thereof and Slovakia for the other four. The company’s residential development activities, too, focus on the Czech Republic, specifically on its capital Prague.