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Chicago-based commercial real estate investment firm Newcastle Limited has promoted Gunner Schnowske to managing director, asset management

Newcastle Names Managing Director, Asset Management

Newcastle Limited promoted Gunner Schnowske to managing director, asset management. Since joining the firm as an associate in 2007, Schnowske has taken on increasing levels of responsibility. 

As the head of Newcastle’s asset management function, Schnowske has played a key role in overseeing the firm’s investment portfolio and has been instrumental in driving the company’s business strategy.  

Michael Haney, CEO of Newcastle Limited, said, “Gunner’s experience, leadership abilities and commitment to Newcastle have been invaluable to the firm. We are confident that as he takes on the responsibilities of managing director, his expertise will continue to strengthen our leadership team and help us achieve our business objectives.” 

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