International Campus AG appointed Patrick Hanisch as new CFO
- Financial expert to head Finance, Accounting and Controlling with immediate effect
- Before joining International Campus AG, Hanisch worked at GI Partners, RREEF and Oliver Wyman
International Campus AG has appointed Patrick Hanisch (aged 36) to the Executive Board. Hanisch has been Commercial Director at International Campus since 2013, and will now be responsible for Finance, Accounting and Controlling as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Before Hanisch joined IC, he worked in various positions at GI Partners in Munich and RREEF (formerRREEF Infrastructure) and Oliver Wyman in London, where he was involved in private equity, investment services and corporate management in different real estate segments. He completed both a master’s degree in management with focus Finance and a Master of Science (MSc) at Oxford, Madrid and Paris. In future, International Campus AG will be led by an Executive Board comprising five members. Horst Lieder, CEO of International Campus AG: “We are pleased to announce the appointment of Patrick Hanisch into the Executive Board and look forward to our continued collaboration with him. Patrick Hanisch has more than ten years’ experience in the finance sector and has been with International Campus for several years. Thanks to his in-depth knowledge in the areas of private equity, corporate banking and asset management, Hanisch will contribute towards strengthening and expanding the Finance department of International Campus.” Patrick Hanisch, new Chief Financial Officer of International Campus, added: “I am delighted at being appointed as a Member of the Executive Board of International Campus and for their confidence in me. In view of the current interest rate environment and the dynamic development in the asset class of student accommodation, it is particularly exciting to receive the opportunity to realise and expand International Campus’ ambitious growth targets as CFO.” International Campus AG currently operates more than 3,000 student apartments in eleven locations throughout Germany. The company also invests into a portfolio comprising around 2,000 student apartments in the Netherlands.