JLL bolsters capital markets team in Singapore with Terry Wong and Alaric Yeo
Wong reports to Ting Lim, the head of capital sector, Singapore, and will affiliate a wider group of professionals, both locally as well as regionally.
JLL has indeed two newly assigned inclusions to its financing markets team to broaden JLL’s sectoral coverage and also financial investment sales capacities in Singapore.
He has over nine years of expertise with an established record in managing capital markets transactions and has been directly involved in the profitable brokerage of venture offers in excess of $1.3 billion in transaction value. Wong was always in tasks emphasized the advisory of non commercial including commercial en-bloc redevelopment properties, along with in company property leasing including foreigner moving.
Yeo is going to be joining Wong’s team, and will be in charge of supplying purchase and divestment advisory to consumers on mid-market commercial investment deals.
“We are observing even more rivalry as well as need in the country trade marketplace over the last 18 months, and this may go on in 2022 and beyond,” says Lim.
Wong is going to be accountable for clients looking to increase property investments also products in the mid-market space for investments such as shophouses, strata business real estates and mid-sized commercial buildings. He will also link Singapore investors to cross-border investment chances also will promote incoming funding flows from overseas investors.
Terry Wong is appointed the top supervisor, while Alaric Yeo is assigned the chief supervisor of funding markets.
Wong offers a decade of expertise within the property market with a proven track record in taking care of purchases inside of working as a consultant business plus nonpublic equity real estate account. He began being a real estate valuer at DTZ (today called Edmund Tie). In his most recent job, Wong was part of the business development team of Q Investment Partners, an exclusive equity firm based in Singapore, in which he headed fund-raising activities by yielding both local and abroad leads.