Alison Rehill-Erguven brings more than two decades of extensive shopping centers and real estate experience having been based in and managed joint ventures, assets, and teams across Asia, Europe, and Latin America. In addition, she has more than 10 years of experience in the U.S., working with global industry-leading commercial real estate companies and shopping mall operators, including with General Growth Properties.
Prior to joining Cenomi Centers in 2022, she held the role of CEO for Pradera Retail Asia (PRA), a joint venture that was formed with Macquarie Bank’s MIRA division and based in Shanghai, China, for 5 years. This JV was subsequently acquired in 2021 by Brookfield Asset Management, one of the world’s largest alternative asset managers, where Alison led the transition of PRA into Brookfield acting as Senior Advisor and Head of Commercial Real Estate for Brookfield Properties based in Shanghai, China, where she was responsible for all retail assets including shopping centers, offices, and mixed-use developments.
Before her role at Brookfield and PRA, Alison also held the position of Managing Director and Board Director at Pradera Limited, a retail property investment fund and asset management business with a 22-year history in the UK, Europe, China and the Middle East. She held the position in Istanbul, Turkey and led cross border teams to complete its successful repositioning and lead asset enhancement initiatives.
Alison was also responsible for delivering on the company’s sustainability initiatives from 2015-2017 and served as the Head of Country for Turkey and Central & Eastern Europe, as well as an Investment Committee Member.
Alison also spent almost 10 years as the Board Director of General Growth Properties, as the Vice President of International Asset management in Chicago, U.S., where she managed the performance of all assets in the Brazilian and Turkish joint ventures, overseeing a total of USD 400M worth of assets across 15 centres. Within the Group, she became Board Director of Aliansce in Brazil, and lastly stepped up as Board Director of ECE Group and General Growth Properties in Turkey.
Alison was also a board member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) for Asia Pacific and Europe for 6 years and recently earned a Master of Science (MS) in Organizational leadership from Colorado State University.