JLL bolsters capital markets team in Singapore with Terry Wong and Alaric Yeo
JLL has 2 newly appointed expansions to its own financing sector team to expand JLL’s sectoral plans as well as investment sales capabilities in Singapore.
He has over nine years of experience with a well established record in taking care of capital markets proceedings and has been directly associated with the successful broker of venture offers in excess of $1.3 billion in exchange value. Wong was also in roles emphasized the advisory of housing and also commercial en-bloc redevelopment proposals, in addition to in company house leasing and foreigner change of residence.
Wong will definitely be responsible for customers aiming to increase property investments as well as products in the mid-market place for properties such as shophouses, strata commercial buildings plus mid-sized commercial buildings. He will furthermore, link Singapore clients to cross-border assets possibilities and will promote inbound resources streams from foreign capitalists.
“We are observing additional challengers and demand in the rural retail industry marketplace throughout the previous 18 months, and this will proceed in 2022 and even beyond,” says Lim.
Yeo is going to be signing up with Wong’s team, and will be responsible for supplying procurement and divestment advisory to consumers on mid-market commercial investment transactions.
Wong has a many years of experience within the realty market with a tried and tested record in handling transactions inside consultancy organizations and nonpublic equity realty account. He began as a real property valuer at DTZ (now referred to as Edmund Tie). In his latest role, Wong was part of business growth team of Q Investment Partners, an exclusive equity firm situated in Singapore, where he pioneered fund-raising events by obtaining both local including abroad leads.
Terry Wong is assigned the senior director, while Alaric Yeo is designated the top supervisor of funding markets.
Wong discloses to Ting Lim, the chief of capital sector, Singapore, as well as will likely partner a wider group of experts, all locally as well as regionally.