Impact Capital is managed by its two founders who have vast experience in the real estate sector and have advised, managed and transacted global deals worth over £3.5 billion.
Robert has been a Real Estate Principal since 1992. He co-founded aAIM Group Plc with City Financier Mark Tagliaferri, formally of Nomura Principle Finance, in 2003 with Sir Alex Ferguson becoming a founded shareholder. Under Robert’s leadership as CEO from 2003-2007, aAIM transacted over £3.5 billion of property deals in the UK and Europe and built a large and diverse portfolio through syndication.
Robert has been involved in the development of Shopping Centres in Poland and Hungary, a new township development in India and major Office Headquarters for JVC and BAE in the UK. He has acquired and sold a major UK Hotel portfolio which
included the Hotel Russell in London and the George Hotel in Edinburgh.
As Founder of Whitton Real Estate since 2014 he has pioneered numerous UK land and regeneration schemes with a GDV in excess of £1 billlion.
Chief Executive Officer
Nick has over 30 years of real estate experience. He was Director at Quintain Estates and Development PLC from 1995-2011 (Deputy CEO from 2006-2011). Nick secured 27 million sq.ft of planning consents at Greenwich Peninsula and Wembley and in in the UK regions. Nick successfully delivered West End retail and leisure, City and Docklands offices, 800,000sq. ft of industrial, a regional shopping Centre, hotels, cinemas, student and 1,500 homes as principal and in joint venture.
His corporate experience at Quintain included its flotation, corporate acquisitions, three LSE takeovers, as well as JV’s with Berkeley Homes, Countryside, Crest Nicholson, Lend Lease and Caesar’s Palace. He has also acquired and chaired hotel, arena/ conference and West End theatre businesses, as well as creating a US shopping centre JV with CIBC. Prior to Quintain, Nick was a Real Estate Partner at City law firm S.J. Berwin & Co from 1990-1995. He is also a NED at the Ministry of Defence-Defence Infrastructure Organisation.