PMB Holdings, founded and chaired by Peter Beckwith, is a substantial commercial real estate and leisure investment group headquartered in London. It invests throughout the United Kingdom and Continental Europe. PMB Holdings' senior executives are a highly motivated and focused team with strong complementary experience.
Peter M Beckwith Chairman
A graduate of Cambridge University, Peter Beckwith qualified as a lawyer with Norton Rose in 1970 and joined his brother in establishing international property company London & Edinburgh Trust in 1972. He co-founded the Riverside Racquets Clubs in 1985 and further expanded his leisure interests through acquiring significant interests in the Harbour Club in Chelsea and the Harbour Club, Milan. In 1992, he established PMB Holdings, which became the principal operating and management vehicle for his real estate, leisure and theatre interests. Peter was made an OBE in 2007.
Edward Jones CEO
Edward graduated from Reading University with a BSc (Hons) in Land Management, Planning and Property Development in 1988. He started his career with Rugby Securities and, following a period at Link Parks Group, joined the real estate corporate finance team at Barclays de Zoete Wedd in 1992. In 1997, Edward moved to Grosvenor Developments with responsibility for a number of major development projects both on and off Grosvenor's London Estate. Edward joined PMBH in September 2000 and since 2001 has been responsible for the Group's investment and development business in the UK. He became CEO in April 2012.
Johnny de Lisle Director
Johnny joined PMBH in November 2004 and is responsible for the management of existing investment/development projects as well as the identification of new investment opportunities. Prior to joining PMBH, Johnny worked in the Investment Department at GVA Grimley, advising pension funds, property companies and private individuals on acquisitions and disposals across their portfolios. Johnny is a member of the RICS since 2003 and holds a BSc (Hons) in Real Estate Management from Oxford Brookes University.