May 5, 2022
Epic Investment Services Announces New Appointment and Retirement to Real Estate Management Team
Epic Investment Services is pleased to announce the appointment of Jean-Marc Rouleau to Vice President, Real Estate Management (GTA). He is responsible for providing strategic direction and leadership to the real estate management and leasing teams in the Greater Toronto Area.
The appointment follows the notice by Peter Halkias, Vice President, Real Estate Management, to retire on May 31 after five years with the company and a 43-year career in commercial real estate. During this transition period, the pair will be working closely together to ensure a seamless transition.
“Epic has seen exceptional growth across our business and especially in our property management portfolio,” said Lachlan MacQuarrie, Senior Vice President, Real Estate Management (National). “Jean-Marc’s extensive experience in operations and tenant relations is a valuable addition to the team as Epic strengthens its service offering and expands its customer service platform.”
Immediately prior to joining Epic, Jean-Marc was Vice President, Operations, Retail at Cominar where he led teams dedicated to property management, strategic marketing and tenant coordination. His 25+ year career in commercial real estate spans strategic planning, asset management and real estate redevelopment.
“On behalf of Epic, I thank Peter for his service and contribution to the company. We wish him a happy retirement. I look forward to working closely with both Peter and Jean-Marc through this transition period.”
ABOUT EPIC INVESTMENT SERVICES
Epic Investment Services, which includes its wholly owned subsidiary MDC Realty Advisors in the United States, is a fully integrated North American real estate platform. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, and operating from offices in Canada and the United States, Epic has over $17.5 billion in assets under management. Epic’s portfolio comprises over 30 million square feet of office, retail, industrial and multi-family residential properties.