Jag-Obhan

Jag Obhan
Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Obhan is the Chief Financial Officer at FullG Capital Ltd. and is responsible for accounting, finance, budgeting, treasury and tax functions.

He has nearly 25 years of finance, audit, capital markets, banking and operations experience. Jag also has over 8 years of experience in various real estate classes, most notably office, industrial, multi-family, self storage and data centers.

Prior to joining FullG Capital Ltd., Mr. Obhan was the Chief Financial Officer at Manulife US Office REIT, the first pure play US Office REIT listed on the Singapore Exchange. After successfully taking Manulife US Office REIT through its IPO, he has led multiple rounds of equity and debt fund raising in the public and private markets for the REIT. The REIT had a portfolio of over $2 billion Trophy or Class A quality office properties located in California, Atlanta, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. The REIT was also part of FTSEEPRA NAREIT Global Developed Index.

Mr. Obhan has also held progressive senior management positions in Manulife including the role of Head of Finance for Manulife’s Private Asset Management which offered Canadian and US real estate funds and mortgage/private debt funds. He has also held several finance and accounting managerial positions in Manulife Investments, Manulife Bank and Royal Bank of Canada.

Mr. Obhan obtained his Chartered Professional Accountant (Canada) working at E&Y and holds a Masters in Business Administration from Schulich School of Business and Kellogg School of Business.  

Notable Transactions:

  • Equity and debt funding of nine prime, freehold and Trophy or Class A quality office properties located in California, Atlanta, New Jersey and Washington, D.C.
  • Established the first US $1 billion public bond program with a US REIT structure in Singapore
  • Led the structuring and implementation of the first US-Singapore tax structure for a public US Office REIT listed in Singapore.
  • Established loan syndication of $200M with five international banks