Stonehenge Partners shakes up management, names Ofer Yardeni CEO
Stonehenge Partners is set to undergo a shuffle. The firm will reorganize its senior management team, moving its former managing partner Ofer Yardeni to co-chairman and CEO. Stonehenge will also piece together a Strategic Advisory Board — also to be created and co-chaired by Yardeni along with Joel Seiden, both founders of Stonehenge. The board’s purpose will be to assist Stonehenge, with an eye on efficiency, as it anticipates growth.
Stonehenge has also nabbed Eyal Reggev the former CEO of Habas Group, the 104-year old real estate corporation and development group with interests in Israel and Western Europe. Reggev will join Stonehenge as a strategic advisor to the CEO. Prior to managing Habas, Reggevattended Tel Aviv University and worked as an attorney at the Israeli law firm, Gornitzky & Co., where he led several real estate transactions.
”We are truly fortunate to have a real estate professional of Eyal’s caliber on our team at this important junction in our growth,” CEO Ofer Yardeni. “His internationally-recognized background in identifying and developing successful business opportunities makes him perfectly situated to become an important contributor to our goals. We have ambitious objectives for our company and we’re thrilled to begin the new year with this exciting and dynamic team.” —Christopher Cameron