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Antti Tuomela appointed Director, Real Estate

Tuomela leads the campus investment program.

Antti Tuomela, D.Sc. (Tech.), is appointed Director, Real Estate. He is responsible for leading the campus investment program of the university and managing the facility services.

He ensures that facility services and the Aalto University Properties Ltd work in an integrated, cost efficient, customer-oriented end-to-end process to enable smooth and agile implementation of the campus investment program.

In addition, in cooperation with the VP, Campus Development, he will make sure the campus users and academic experts are engaged in campus development.

Antti Tuomela joins Aalto University from Newsec Asset Management, where his last role has been Vice President, Asset Management.

He will start in his new role 20 October 2014 and will report to the CFO.

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