MA Financial Group was formerly Moelis Australia

Matthew Lane

Matthew Lane

Matthew Lane

Managing Director at MA Financial Group

Matthew Lane is a Managing Director in Real Estate Asset Management at MA Financial Group.

Matthew is focussed on growing the Real Estate Asset Management business which includes sourcing appropriate investments and investment capital, both institutional and high net worth.  Matthew’s role also incorporates asset and investment management across the various funds.

He is a real estate and capital markets specialist and has over 20 years’ experience.

Prior to Moelis, he was the General Manager of Capital Transactions at ISPT and formerly of the Head of Office Transactions at Charter Hall.  Matthew has extensive experience in capital transactions, being responsible for over $9 billion in real estate deals across all asset classes at Charter Hall (14 years) and ISPT. 

While also at Charter Hall, he was a Fund Manager for assets worth over $1.2 billion, ran the commercial asset valuation program and was responsible for the South Australian expansion with particular note the GPO commercial development project.

Matthew has a Bachelor of Business (Property), majoring in Valuation and Marketing / Management, from University of South Australia. Matthew also has a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment from the Securities Institute of Australia.

Demand is hot in Australia's cold storage sector

Demand is hot in Australia's cold storage sector

The strength of the Australian industrial and logistics real estate sector can be attributed to a range of positive underlying trends including higher occupier demand, domestic supply imbalances, high barriers to entry and a rise in e-commerce.

The Australian real estate sector exhibiting strong growth and resilience

The Australian real estate sector exhibiting strong growth and resilience

Demonstrating strong growth and resilience, and underpinned by a range of positive long-term structural trends is which Australian real estate sector? Executive Director, Matthew Lane, explains.