Ton Meijer

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Ton Meijer
NationalityDutch
OccupationChairman, Meyer Bergman
Spouse(s)Maya Meijer-Bergmans
Children Markus Meijer
Antony Meijer

Ton Meijer is a Dutch property developer, the chairman of Meyer Bergman, a London-based privately held real estate investment company, specialising in retail property.

In 1970, Meijer founded MAB Group, and was its president and CEO until the sale of the development business to Bouwfonds in 2004. MAB Group developed properties including Nice Etoile in Nice, France, Les Halles in Paris, and De Resident in The Hague, Netherlands. [1]

Meijer is the chairman and co-founder of Meyer Bergman. [1]

He is married to Maya Meijer-Bergmans, and his sons Markus Meijer and Antony Meijer work with him in Meyer Bergman. [2]

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References

  1. 1 2 "Meet the Team". meijerrealtypartners. Retrieved 15 October 2015.
  2. A. Schiller (1 March 2005). Europe Real Estate Yearbook 2005. Real Estate Publishers BV. p. 21. ISBN   978-90-807761-7-3 . Retrieved 15 October 2015.