Chief Operating Officer, Investment Management
Gillian Sutton Cho is the Chief Operating Officer of Investment Management. In this role, Gillian is responsible for all investor-facing services and operations, and for growing assets under management for all Amherst strategies. In addition, she works with the investment banking, mortgage banking, portfolio management, asset management, and research teams to deliver the Amherst platform effectively as the business grows and diversifies.
Prior to her role at Amherst, Gillian was the Chief Operating Officer of Crow Holdings where she was responsible for building the corporate infrastructure to facilitate growth, driving operational effectiveness and efficiencies, and engaging in business development and capital raising activities.
Gillian spent the decade prior to that engaged in multi-family and mixed-use development in the Bay Area at Trammell Crow Residential and in New York at Extell Development Company. Gillian started her career at Bain & Company in their London and New York offices advising clients in the US, UK, and continental Europe on corporate strategy, organization, and operations.
Gillian obtained her bachelor’s degree from the University of Oxford and her MBA from Harvard Business School.
The Firm ▼
- Sean Dobson Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer
- Sandeep Bordia Head of Research and Analytics
- David Skoien Head of Asset Management
- Brad Donaldson Chief Financial Officer, Commercial Real Estate Debt
- Cornel Frunza Director, Investment Operations Manager
- Kevin Messett VP, Asset Management CRE Lending
- Gillian Cho Chief Operating Officer, Investment Management
- Banu Roso Chief Operating Officer
- Jason Rottinger Chief Compliance Officer
- Laurie Goodman Non-Executive Director of Research and Analytics1
- Brian Streko Funds, Chief Financial Officer
- David Schwarz Head of Commercial Real Estate Strategies
- Jasraj Vaidya Senior Research Analyst
- Aaron Haan Research Analyst
- CJ Zhao Head of Modeling
- Thu Vo Senior Financial Modeler