JLL bolsters capital markets team in Singapore with Terry Wong and Alaric Yeo
Terry Wong is appointed the higher director, whilst Alaric Yeo is appointed the senior supervisor of funding markets.
Wong reports to Ting Lim, the chief of capital sector, Singapore, as well as will likely affiliate a wider team of experts, either locally and regionally.
Yeo is going to be taking part in Wong’s team, and will be in charge of offering purchase and divestment advisory to buyers on mid-market commercial financial investment transactions.
JLL has 2 freshly selected additions to its own capital sector team to widen JLL’s sectoral coverage and also investment sales potentials in Singapore.
Wong offers a decade of knowledge within the realty sector with a tried and tested record in managing purchases within working as a consultant organizations plus private equity realty account. He started being a property valuer at DTZ (now referred to as Edmund Tie). In his most recent position, Wong became part of business project team of Q Investment Partners, a nonpublic equity firm located in Singapore, in which he led fund-raising activities by obtaining both local and also international leads.
Wong is going to be accountable for clients aiming to expand investments and products in the mid-market space for properties such as shophouses, strata business real estates plus mid-sized retail establishments. He will even attach Singapore clients to cross-border assets opportunities also will help with incoming resources streams from foreign entrepreneurs.
He has more than nine years of experience with a well established performance history in handling capital markets operations and has been specifically involved in the profitable broker of assets offers in excess of $1.3 billion in proceeding market value. Wong was also in duties concentrated on the advisory of house and also business en-bloc redevelopment projects, in addition to in corporate non commercial leasing including foreigner moving.
“We are seeing more competition as well as necessity in the suburban retail industry marketplace throughout the last 18 months, as a consequence this can go on in 2022 and beyond,” mentions Lim.