This article originally appeared on Property Funds World, on Monday 8th April 2019.
Coyote Software, a real estate software company, has appointed Rob Bould as its chairman. Bould, who steps up from his current role as non-executive director, has been a board member since joining Coyote in October 2017.
The former CEO of Bilfinger GVA and executive vice president of Bilfinger Real Estate Gmbh, Rob Bould brings over 40 years’ experience in the property industry. Most recently, he was elected as LandAid’s new Chair of the Board of Trustees, in recognition of his passionate support of the charity since 1986.
Bould also holds various senior advisory and non-executive director roles including with Palmer Capital Income Fund, IPSX Group and BHT Energy. He is also the former chairman and life member of the Investment Property Forum and Past Master Surveyor of the Surveyors Livery Company.
Oli Farago, Co-Founder, CEO and Chief Technology Officer at Coyote, says: “With over four decades of experience in real estate, Rob’s expertise and understanding of the sector is of an unparalleled calibre, so we are privileged that he has accepted to be the chairman of Coyote.”
“In the short time Rob has been on the Board, he has already made big impact on the company, and I look forward to working with him even more closely as we continue to grow the business.”
Bould says: “Having been part of the Coyote journey since its launch over a year ago, I am immensely proud of all that has been achieved and am thrilled to have accepted the position of chairman.”
“Coyote has been revolutionising the way industry acquires and manages assets. We are at the epicentre of PropTech innovation, and, as technology continues to become more sophisticated and enabling for our lives, I look forward to the exciting developments that lie ahead.”
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