WealthPark’s Appointment of Executive Directors and Changes to The Executive Committee

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WealthPark Co., Ltd,
The Board of Directors of WealthPark hereby announce the following appointments effective July 1st, 2020.

As an asset management platform in the Real Estate industry, WealthPark has grown successfully through providing services both Japan and abroad.
With the expansion of our business, the team has grown to become more than 90 talented professionals from active hiring efforts in Japan, the US, and Hong Kong.
To further enhance services to our clients, we are appointing a new Executive Vice President and two new Board Directors.
With the new appointments, WealthPark endeavors to improve the quality of services and products through thoroughly implementing the following three points.
-Accelerate corporate decision making by delegating authority
-Enhance internal communication
-Strengthen corporate governance

Biographies of Newly Appointed Executives

Yusuke Mase
Experience in private equity, hedge funds, and M&A at The Carlyle Group, Taiyo Pacific Partners, and Mizuho Securities. In charge of overall business and product in WealthPark.
M.A. in Industrial Engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology and M.B.A. from London Business School.
“We are committed to further building best products and services to truly become the digital infrastructure for investors and partners in the alternative asset space via leveraging our cutting-edge technology and deep industry expertise.”

Jumpei Shirasaki
Engaged in real estate investment advisory and management role for the real estate fund “MSREF” at Morgan Stanley. Responsible for finance and US related businesses in WealthPark.
Received B.A. in Policy Management from Keio University.
“As digital software in the real estate sector continues to accelerate its growth globally, I will strive to support the expansion of our company from a financing perspective, so that WealthPark can lead the way and become a forerunner in all aspects of real estate investment and management.”

Kensuke Tezuka
Experience in domestic and overseas business planning and business development at Rakuten, Fujifilm. Responsible for the SaaS business and human resources.
B.A. in Faculty of Law from The University of Tokyo and M.B.A from London Business School.
“We strive to promote digital transformation in the real estate industry by smoothing communication between real estate companies and owners via WealthPark. To do so, we will build a  team, in which the best global talents can play an active role, through recruitment from global talent pools and active support for success.

About WealthPark
We provide business efficiency and management support tools for real estate property management companies, and have on-boarded many domestic Japanese and overseas property management companies since our product launch.
In addition, the mobile application, which is a communication tool between the real estate management companies and the real estate owners, has been launched in four languages ​​(Japanese, English, traditional Chinese, and simplified Chinese), and currently used in six countries and regions.
The team is diverse, with half of the employees coming from overseas.
Also, it is comprised of members who have experience in different industries, including
manufacturing, consulting, investment banks, funds, e-commerce and real estate.

Head Office Location: 3F Mitomi New Bldg. 1-20-18, Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0013, Japan
Capital: JPY 707 million (As of February, 2020)
Representative: Ryuta Kawada
Number of Employees: 90 (As of February, 2020)
Branch Offices: Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, New York
Service-Provided Countries/Regions: Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the US, the UK
Company Official Website:

If there are any inquiries regarding this announcement, please contact WealthPark’s PR division.