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CHC Student Housing appoints CEO and CFO

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Staff Writer | Toronto, ON, Canada | March 12, 2018
CHC Student HousingCHC Student Housing Corp. announced that Simon Nyilassy has been appointed president and chief executive officer and Harry Atterton has been appointed chief financial officer.
Simon Nyilassy is the founder of Marigold and Associates, which he founded in October 2015, and through which he will provide his services to CHC.

Mr. Nyilassy has extensive experience as a real estate executive and leader with an in-depth understanding of capital and real estate markets.

Prior to founding Marigold and Associates, he served as the President and CEO of Regal Lifestyle Communities Inc. from April 2012 until October 2015 and the President and CEO of Calloway REIT from July 2005 until May 2011.

Mr. Nyilassy also previously served as an Executive Vice-President, Finance and Treasury of FirstPro Shopping Centres group of companies from November 2000 to July 2005 and as an Executive Vice-President of Finance and Administration of Smartcentres Group of Companies from 2000 to 2005.

Mr. Nyilassy has been an independent trustee of Partners Real Estate Investment Trust since June 17, 2015. Mr. Nyilassy also served as a director of Regal Lifestyle Communities Inc.

He served as a trustee of Calloway REIT from November 6, 2003 to August 8, 2011.

Mr. Nyilassy is a Chartered Accountant and has a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Warwick.

Harry Atterton is a principal of Marigold and Associates, through which he will provide his services to CHC.

Mr. Atterton's 35-year career has been spent focusing on accounting, finance and operational financial management.

Starting at Deloitte, he developed extensive knowledge and experience in a variety of industries in the areas of finance, consulting and merger and acquisitions.

Mr. Atterton then joined, as Chief Financial Officer, a TSX listed income trust (Macquarie Power and Infrastructure Income Fund) that invested in infrastructure, including long term care and retirement homes.

Mr. Atterton then moved on to work on the successful initial public offering of Regal Lifestyle Communities, a company focused on creating a portfolio of retirement homes.