From the completion of funding through to exit, Cogress monitor, manage and report on the progress of the development. That process is the overall responsibility of Dillon Cane. He gets involved right from the start and will increase Cogress’ involvement in the management of a development if he deems a risk level to be in any way unacceptable. Every new development carries a certain element of risk, so Dillon uses his knowledge and experience to manage and mitigate those risks - across all the developments in the Cogress portfolio.
He leads a team who are charged with protecting investors’ interests and ensuring a favourable exit scenario for investors; whether that is through successful sales, refinance or a buyout arrangement.
With a background in structural engineering and law, he closely monitors the pre-construction, construction and sales processes in each development, working closely with Cogress’ Analysis team to ensure the continued refinement of deal monitoring.
Dillon was awarded a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering (Honours) from The University of Canterbury in New Zealand before spending time gaining valuable experience as a structural engineer. He then set sail for the United Kingdom where he completed a master’s degree in Law from UCL.