Alexandra Thur

Alexandra is Director of Investor Relations. She brings a unique and successful track record in real estate private equity, where she was a key player in the creation of three property income securitisation businesses across the US and UK, both under the world’s largest private equity firm and as a business owner herself.

Prior to Titanbay, Alexandra was the youngest founding team member and equity partner of two publicly-traded Blackstone Group portfolio companies, Invitation Homes, America’s largest single-family owner-manager with $11 billion under operation, and B2R Finance (now Finance of America), the first private “buy-to-let” lender in the US. She subsequently co-founded a specialist property development capital raising and investment firm, as well as a residential ground rent investment company back in the UK. This unique entrepreneurial background provides her with an in-depth understanding of the mindsets and requirements of both institutional and private investors.

Alexandra holds a Master’s from of the University of Cambridge in Urban Planning, Growth and Regeneration, and a Bachelor of Science from University College London in Urban Planning, Design and Business Management.

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