JLL bolsters capital markets team in Singapore with Terry Wong and Alaric Yeo
JLL has 2 freshly appointed expansions to its capital industry team to broaden JLL’s sectoral coverage and financial investment sales potentials in Singapore.
He has more than 9 years of expertise with a recognized record in handling capital markets operations and has been precisely involved in the effective brokerage of investment offers in excess of $1.3 billion in exchange value. Wong was even in jobs focused on the advisory of non commercial including commercial en-bloc redevelopment properties, as well as in corporate non commercial leasing and foreigner moving.
Wong owns a years of experience within the realty sector with a proven performance history in managing deals within consultancy firms and even exclusive equity real estate funds. He began as a real estate valuer at DTZ (now known as Edmund Tie). In his newest job, Wong became part of the business growth team of Q Investment Partners, a private equity company based in Singapore, in which he spearheaded fund-raising activities by developing both local and international leads.
Yeo will be joining Wong’s team, and will be accountable for giving purchase including divestment advisory to clients on mid-market business investment deals.
Wong will be responsible for customers looking to broaden investments as well as services in the mid-market place for assets such as shophouses, strata commercial buildings plus mid-sized commercial structures. He will potentially link Singapore clients to cross-border effort chances also will certainly facilitate inbound capital flows from overseas financiers.
Wong reports to Ting Lim, the head of capital sector, Singapore, and will likely works a more comprehensive group of specialists, either locally as well as regionally.
Terry Wong is selected the senior supervisor, while Alaric Yeo is assigned the chief manager of financing markets.
“We are observing more competitors as well as interest in the country retail market more than the previous 18 months, and this will continue in 2022 and even beyond,” mentions Lim.