Justine Wingrove | Managing Director
Grove Fund Management Pte Ltd | Singapore

Justine Wingrove, Managing Director, Grove Fund Management Pte Ltd

Ms. Justine Victoria Wingrove is the Managing Director of Grove Fund Management Pte Ltd. Ms. Wingrove has over 20 years of extensive experience in the areas of funds management, real estate acquisitions and development, asset management, valuations & finance. 
Ms. Wingrove was previously the Managing Director of Ezyhealthcare Trust Pte Ltd, which specialized in Healthcare and Aged Care property investment in Asia and Europe. 
Ms. Wingrove was the Chief Executive Officer of the ARA Harmony Fund, a PE real estate fund investing in commercial real estate. The ARA Harmony Fund 1 delivered an exceptional fund return of 64.8% for its investors. She was also the Chief Executive Officer of the ARA Silver Real Estate Fund, an aged care fund.

Prior to working with ARA, Ms. Wingrove was the Chief Executive Officer of Parkway Life REIT, the largest healthcare REIT in Asia. Ms. Wingrove successfully listed Parkway Life REIT in August 2007. She was the winner of the “Most Transparent Company Award” for new issues in 2007, by the Securities & Investors Association of Singapore and the winner of the “Best Managed Company Award” in Singapore in 2008 by Asia Money.

Ms. Wingrove has been based in Singapore for 19 years. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree with Honours in Estate Management. She is also a Chartered Investment Surveyor and Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors M.R.I.C.S. She started her career as a classical ballet dancer training at the Royal Ballet Upper School, UK, before performing with the Royal Ballet Company and the Sadler’s Well Royal Ballet Company.   


REIW Asia 2017 day 2 @ 11:30

The changing dynamics of the REIT market

  • Will the activities of some businesses, which labelled themselves as REITs to avoid taxes and enjoy higher valuations result in a limiting of REIT powers and benefits?
  • Is the emergence of alternative asset classes such as data centres and e-commerce warehouses going to create new REIT opportunities in Asia and elsewhere?
  • We’ve recently seen the launch of both the first ETF with a focus on Asia Pacific REITs and the new SGX index tracking 30 Asia-Pacific REITs, but what does that really mean for the REIT market?
  • Will we see an increase in Asian REITs deploying capital into overseas projects?
  • In an increasingly competitive environment, how can REITs ensure that their portfolio and unit acquisitions continue to deliver value to their shareholders?
last published: 30/Sep/19 03:05 GMT

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