Von der Heyden Group, a high-quality niche player in the European real estate market, has announced new appointments in line with its further expansion and the consolidation of its central operations in Malta. This year marks the Von der Heyden Group’s 30-year anniversary in Europe. 

Bob Rottinghuis, who has dedicated 10 years as a consultant to the Group before his role as chief operating officer in 2016 and who was fundamental in configuring the success of the €25 million bond issue in Malta in 2017, has assumed the role of Group chief executive officer. In addition, Tonio Fenech joins the management board of TIMAN Investments Holdings. Serving as Finance Minister of Malta till 2013, Mr Fenech played a key role in driving forward Malta’s economic development. Both appointments came into effect on January 1. 

The new appointments will enable Group chairman Sven von der Heyden and managing director Javier Errejón Sainz de la Maza to concentrate on further strengthening its four pillars of business, expanding them into new markets and seizing new opportunities. 

“We look back on 30 extraordinary years with many landmark projects which have led us to where we are today, starting from zero back in 1989,” Mr Sven von der Heyden said.

“Over the years, we have built a team of almost 400 people who contribute at all levels to the continuing success of our Group in our real estate investments and developments, our hotel group IBB Hotel Collection, as well as in our alternative investments.”

In December 2018, Von der Heyden Group moved its corporate offices from Valletta to a new state-of-the-art office in the 14 East tower building in Gżira. 

Von der Heyden Group is a high-quality niche player on the European real estate market and has been successfully developing Class A office buildings and hotels in central and strategic locations in Malta, Germany, Poland and Spain. The Group is commonly known for its high-end finishes and quality, and at all times achieved record prices for its award-winning projects, when sold.

Bob Rottinghuis, Tonio Fenech and Sven von der HeydenBob Rottinghuis, Tonio Fenech and Sven von der Heyden


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