JLL bolsters capital markets team in Singapore with Terry Wong and Alaric Yeo
Yeo is going to be joining Wong’s team, and will be responsible for providing acquisition including divestment advisory to buyers on mid-market commercial investment transactions.
He has more than nine years of background with a well-known performance history in managing capital markets operations and has been specifically involved in the successful brokerage of assets offers in spare of $1.3 billion in transaction market value. Wong was always in roles concentrated on the advisory of housing including industrial en-bloc redevelopment projects, in addition to in corporate residential leasing and even foreigner relocation.
Wong is going to be responsible for customers seeking to increase investments as well as offerings in the mid-market space for properties such as shophouses, strata industrial buildings along with mid-sized commercial structures. He will also link Singapore capitalists to cross-border assets opportunities also will promote incoming resources flows from foreign investors.
JLL has two recently designated expansions to its funding sector organization to widen JLL’s sectoral plans and assets sales capabilities in Singapore.
“We are observing more challengers and also need in the suburban trade marketplace more than the last 18 months, as a consequence this will proceed in 2022 and even beyond,” mentions Lim.
Terry Wong is assigned the senior director, whilst Alaric Yeo is appointed the chief manager of financing markets.
Wong has a many years of expertise within the real estate sector with a proven track record in taking care of transactions inside of consultancy firms and nonpublic equity real estate funds. He started being a real property valuer at DTZ (now called Edmund Tie). In his latest role, Wong became part of the business growth team of Q Investment Partners, an exclusive equity company based in Singapore, in which he spearheaded fund-raising events by yielding both local including overseas prospects.
Wong presents to Ting Lim, the head of capital sector, Singapore, as well as will likely affiliate a more comprehensive team of experts, either locally and even regionally.