Cristiano Stampa was named head of investments, Europe at Invesco Real Estate, a spokeswoman confirmed.
The role is newly created. Mr. Stampa, who was most recently head of transactions for southern Europe, was promoted to manage the team's investment performance and execute the firm's European growth business plan.
Also, David Kellett was named head of alternative investments, Europe. The role is also newly created. Mr. Kellett was most recently head of hotel transactions.
Messrs. Stampa and Kellett both report to Andy Rofe, managing director and head of Europe for Invesco Real Estate.
"The promotions reflect new market demands and growth opportunities in European real estate and our strong desire to build market share in a highly attractive, dynamic region. The impact that technology and innovation play in creating value for investors, tenants and all stakeholders is accelerating," Mr. Rofe said in a news release Monday.
Further details about Messrs. Stampa's and Kellett's replacements could not be immediately learned.
Invesco Real Estate has $89.3 billion in assets under management.