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Simpson Grierson Welcomes Greg Allen To The Partnership

Simpson Grierson Welcomes Greg Allen To The Partnership

Simpson Grierson has strengthened its commercial property practice with the appointment of Greg Allen as partner, effective 1 January 2013.

Greg has an impressive reputation in property law, overseas investment and development work built on over 15 years' experience. He has worked on many key development projects including the Stonefields development for Fletcher Residential, canal projects throughout New Zealand for Hopper Developments and Denarau Island, Fiji for Tabua Investments.

Commenting on Greg Allen's appointment, Simpson Grierson Chairman Kevin Jaffe says: "We are delighted to welcome Greg to the partnership. His experience in large infrastructure, forestry and property transactions will add even greater value to our clients. His knowledge of land acquisitions and overseas investment applications can help clients to successfully build their businesses."

Greg Allen comments: "Being able to solve problems for people in a fast, friendly and practical manner is key to building excellent client relationships. And having great team support allows us to achieve our clients' goals."

Greg is based in Auckland and adds significant depth to the already outstanding team.


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