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The sole purpose of CWF II is to act as an investment vehicle issuing securities which are backed by commercial mortgages over high profile properties within the Canary Wharf Estate. These securities together constitute one of the largest single estate commercial mortgage backed securitisations in Europe.
CWF II has obligations to the London Stock Exchange with its securities admitted to trading on the London Stock Exchange’s Gilt Edged and Fixed Interest Market, and to the UK Listing Authority with its securities admitted to the Official List. However, the directors have concluded that, as the sole purpose of CWF II is to act as an issuer of asset-backed securities, a separate audit committee is not required. Instead the functions of an audit committee are carried out by the Board.
CWF II is a public company with limited liability incorporated on 16 February 2000 in England and Wales with registered number 3929593. It forms part of the Canary Wharf Group.
Sir George Iacobescu CBE
Executive Chairman of Canary Wharf Group plc having day to day authority over the operations of the Canary Wharf Group with a guiding role in the development and implementation of strategy.
Chief Executive Officer of Canary Wharf Group, Shobi has over 27 years’ of experience in the U.S. real estate sector, having held a number of senior roles and having also been responsible for a number of key asset management, joint venture and other capital multi-billion dollar investments. Shobi was formerly President and Chief Operating Officer of General Growth Properties, Inc. (GPP) having joined in 2011 and then promoted to the role of President in December 2016. Shobi was previously U.S. Chief Investment Officer and Partner at Bentall Kennedy from 2008 – 2011.
Sheikh Khalifa Al-Thani
Sheikh Khalifa is an Analyst in the Business Development Department at Qatar Investment Authority (“QIA”) and also manages QIA’s joint ventures and relationships with foreign governments, he joined QIA in 2014.
Zach joined Brookfield in the United States in 2012 and relocated to London in 2015. Since joining Brookfield, he has been involved in several M&A and asset transactions including Thayer Lodging, Center Parcs, MPG Office Trust, UK Student Housing, Associated Estates and Interhotels. Before relocating to London he oversaw Brookfield’s North American multifamily investments and its operating company, Fairfield Residential. Prior to joining Brookfield, he worked at Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) and Reichmann International.
DTR 7.1 Audit Committee
The Directors have concluded that, as the sole activity of the Company is to act as an issuer of asset-backed securities, the Company is not sufficiently complex to justify having an Audit Committee.
The functions of an Audit Committee are carried out by the Board.