Manager, Acquisition/Acquisition/Tokyo, Japan


The Manager will be responsible for the financial analysis and underwriting of investments for projects involving a wide variety of property type and investment structures. This position requires a highly qualified and motivated individual to be responsible for financial modeling, research, and due diligence for MC Digital Realty. The candidate must be able to work independently and take lead in deal underwriting from different stages in a timely manner. The candidate must also be able to effectively coordinate and manage multiple due diligence assignments as well as to prioritize his/her tasks and efforts.



  • All aspects of acquisition operations, including site search, negotiations, etc.
  • Create detailed financial model (Excel) and return sensitivity analysis with highly complex deal structures.
  • Participate in drafting acquisition proposals to Investment Committee for approval of transaction.
  • Conduct market analysis
  • Review leases, abstracts, contracts, financial statements and research tenant information to evaluate credit-worthiness, growth prospects, business outlook, etc.
  • Conduct and review due diligence reports and information.



  • Around 5 years of real estate development or real estate investment experience (data center and logistics/distribution center preferred)
  • Business level English skill
  • Experience of real estate valuation and investment/financial analysis(income/expense simulations, etc.)
  • Advanced use of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • An undergraduate degree is required with a track record of academic excellence. MBA is a plus.
  • Real Estate Brokerage License (Takken) and ARES Certified Master (Fudosan Shokenka Kyokai Nintei Master) is a plus
  • Possess the analytical skills and professional ability to execute acquisitions independently


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