Executive Vice President, Special Mandates
Adam Adamakakis is responsible for Ivanhoé Cambridge’s investment, financing and office asset management activities in Canada and the United States, a market where the Company has posted strong growth.
Mr. Adamakakis has been a member of the Ivanhoé Cambridge senior management team since January 2011, when he was appointed Executive Vice President, Investments, Eastern North America. In this capacity, he was responsible for all investment, asset management and leasing activities for the Eastern Region portfolio, both in Canada and the United States. He was also previously Executive Vice president, Investments for the Office, North America business unit.
Mr. Adamakakis has extensive experience in investment sales and valuation of major office properties and portfolio transactions. Prior to joining Ivanhoé Cambridge, he worked for 14 years with RBC Capital Markets Real Estate Group, the largest dedicated corporate real estate finance group in Canada. Having joined RBC Capital Markets as an Associate, he went on to become Vice President and then Director before being appointed Managing Director in 2006.
Mr. Adamakakis has sat on several boards of directors, including those of the Fondation St-Clément and the Urban Development Institute (UDI) of Quebec. He is also the Regional Chair of the MIT Educational Council in Montreal. Mr. Adamakakis holds a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), as well as a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture from McGill University.