J.P. Morgan has announced that Chad Tredway has rejoined the firm as the incoming Head of Real Estate Americas, J.P. Morgan Asset Management. After a transition period, Chad Tredway will assume the role of Head of Real Estate Americas at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, succeeding Mike Kelly, who announced his retirement earlier this year after three decades in the industry. J.P. Morgan will also take over the management of Trio Investment Group, founded by Mr. Tredway, an institutional sale-leaseback property investment firm with $250 million in assets under management. Tredway will lead the integration of Trio into Real Estate Americas and oversee the expansion of its portfolio team.
Chad Tredway, founder of Trio Investment Group, a real estate investment management boutique with $250 million in assets specializing in institutional sale-leaseback property, has rejoined J.P. Morgan as the incoming Head of Real Estate Americas for J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Mr. Tredway previously worked at J.P. Morgan from 2008 to 2021, where he held various roles, including Head of Real Estate Banking in the Commercial Bank. During his previous tenure, he oversaw a real estate loan exposure exceeding $20 billion and led a national team of 250 professionals. Chad Tredway is also a member of the Pension Real Estate Association Foundation board of directors. Chad holds a degree from Loyola University in Chicago and began his career as an analyst in the M&A group of a multinational financial services firm before joining JPMorgan Chase in 2008.
Source: J.P Morgan Asset Management