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January 9, 2008   
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New VP/CFO for Hochtief Polska

Construction firm Hochtief Polska appointed Christoph Kohlhaussen as its new board vice-president and chief financial officer Jan. 1. Kohlhaussen replaced Christian Momm, who held these two positions from October 2005 until the end of 2007. Kohlhaussen joined Hochtief AG in August 2006 and was trade director for Hochtief Construction AG. Earlier he worked for 14 years for Siemens VDO Automotive AG, during which time he was CFO in Germany and Australia.

Mario Joins ProLogis

ProLogis has announced the appointment of Mario Sander as senior vice-president of development for Central and Eastern Europe, based in ProLogis' office in Prague.

In this position, Sander will be responsible for the development and coordination of ProLogis' build-to-suit development program in Central and Eastern Europe. He joins ProLogis from DHL Exel Supply Chain, where he served as a board member and was senior vice-president for business development in the Asia Pacific Region.

Sander brings 20 years of experience in international business, with an emphasis on emerging economies. He has held several senior managerial positions in major global supply chain and logistics companies. Sander has lived and worked in Austria, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Germany, Singapore and the United States.

New CEO for Wilanów One

Moshe Eytam has become the new chief executive officer of the Wilanów One project, an estate of luxury apartments in Warsaw. The new CEO has more than 20 years of international experience in managing development projects. His appointment is related to AFI Europe's joining the project. AFI Europe is a member of Africa Israel Investments Group, one of the world's leading investment and development groups. As CEO, Eytam will be responsible for the overall management of the Wilanów One project.

Eytam, aged 48, was born in Haifa, Israel. He is a graduate of the Israel Institute of Technology and holds an MBA from the Edinburgh Business School.

AFI Europe has been active in the Eastern European real estate market since 1997, handling a number of investment projects- luxury residential estates, shopping malls, office buildings, logistics parks and mixed-use complexes-in countries such as the Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Latvia, Germany, Hungary and Poland.

Macquarie Global Property Advisors remains the majority shareholder of the Wilanów One project.
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