Christopher Carter Keall is the UK Portfolio Director for Warwick Investment Group’s London Real Estate Team.
In his role, he is responsible for all aspects of the assets portfolio management including the implementation and integration of Warwick’s innovative and technology driven solutions to leasing, maintenance, budget planning, revenue collections and reporting. Christopher is also responsible for executing on and ensuring Warwick’s Real Estate Platform exacting brand standards are upheld and delivered to our tenants expectations and standards – setting the Warwick’s Real Estate Platform apart and above the competition.
Christopher’s 30+ years experience in the real estate market, means he has been at the forefront of operational assets bringing innovation and evolution to the Commercial and Residential markets. Most recently, he was the CIO of a VC funded co-living start-up, LifeX Aps, providing high-quality accommodation across major European cities including Copenhagen, London, Paris, Munich, Berlin and Brussels.
Prior to LifeX Aps, Christopher spent 8 years with Oxford Properties (the real estate arm of OMERS) where he was Managing Director and Head of UK leading the team that managed over £5bn of assets across Europe.
During his tenure at Oxford Properties, Chris worked on a number of complex deals and joint venture partnerships including the successful development and lease-up of the Leadenhall Building with British Land, the development and lease-up of over 300,000 square feet of space at the Post Building with Brockton Capital and the acquisition of a significant investment in Get Living.
Christopher also was a Director and Board Member on strategic boards in joint venture partnerships with The Crown Estate, Government of Singapore, Brockton and Delancey.
Previously, he ran a Guernsey REIT, the UK Investment vehicle for a well know sovereign wealth fund and the funds platforms for BNP Paribas REIM and Valad Europe.
Christopher graduated from LSBU with a BSc (Hons) in Estate Management. He is also a member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).