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Re-Leased Welcomes Sam Caulton as Finance Director

Re-Leased 18 July 2018

Re-Leased is set for further growth across markets after appointing Sam Caulton as Finance Director.

Re-Leased manages over 35,000 properties worldwide for commercial landlords and managers who see cloud-based technology as a way to significantly reduce the costs of administering their portfolio while also enhancing tenant services.

Sam will assist Re-Leased based out of our London office. This appointment means Re-Leased has doubled the size of its team within the last 12 months.

Sam joins Re-Leased from Topia Limited (founded in 2010), a venture-backed SaaS business, headquartered in San Francisco, where he was the Director of Financial Planning and Analysis.  During his time with Topia, Sam played a pivotal role in assisting the business raise over USD$66m of series B and C capital in addition to other financing arrangements.  Sam also has experience in key financial positions at Great Portland Estates, a £3bn Central London FTSE listed commercial property REIT, and KPMG LLP (New Zealand).

Sam will be responsible for building out a robust financial platform which will allow Re-Leased to continue its rapid international growth.

“When I met Tom, I was inspired by his passion for commercial property, something that we both shared, and his desire to build a product that took away the great pains that traditional property management software, or the lack of it, causes today. When I was first taken through a demo of the product, I was impressed, this software is like Xero but for commercial property managers, and could see that it was only a matter of time before everyone caught on. The growth story and team excites me and I am very excited and enthusiastic to join the business as it begins its next phase of growth.”

The combination of working with a successful Central London commercial property company and seeing various phases of growth, both in topline revenue and business maturity during his time Topia, coupled with a strong accountancy and corporate finance background, provides Sam with a solid platform to add significant value to the Re-Leased business, assisting the management team to achieve their strategic goals.

“PropTech is an exciting industry and Re-Leased is at the forefront with a cloud-based technology solution that I truly believe will change the game for many property portfolios globally, both small and large.  Innovation and the use of cloud-based software in the property industry is core to helping businesses become more efficient, reduce costs, and have much greater transparency into what is going on within their portfolio. The need is there, the market is there, and Re-Leased has the product to meet these requirements.  I can't wait to be involved!”

Tom Wallace, CEO and Founder at Re-Leased states:

“It’s great to have Sam on board. He brings extensive experience and knowledge to our management team. His appointment is the latest step in our expansion plan that will see us extend, grow and deliver property management innovation globally.”

This innovation is focused on servicing commercial landlords and property managers who can generate economies of scale by automating business processes. Customers report time savings of between 70% and 90% as a result of implementing Re-Leased and love our modern approach to property management.

Tom also adds “Sam’s appointment comes at an exciting time for Re-Leased and it’s a testament to our growing reputation as a forward-thinking cloud-based PropTech solution. Attracting the highest level of talent is critical to the success of our business as well as providing a team environment which is enriched with an innovation-first culture.”  

Sam is a member of the Asia New Zealand Leadership Network, Kiwis in Property (London), an avid supporter of Novak Djokovic, loves running and as a keen freediver extremely passionate about the ocean and the need to protect our environment.  


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