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Outstanding addition to the existing valuer pool

Outstanding addition to the existing valuer pool

Jones Lang LaSalle goes from strength to strength with the new appointment of Tim Dick who joins the firm as the Director of Valuation and Advisory in Wellington.

Tim, previously the National Director of TelferYoung, is a highly respected registered valuer bringing with him a wealth of more than 26 years’ industry experience. Tim’s broad range of valuation skills and particular focus on commercial, industrial and retail assets will complement the existing national valuation team and significantly enhance the skill set in the Wellington market.

Tim says, "I'm thrilled to join the team at Jones Lang LaSalle. Wellington is a region full of opportunities and I'm looking forward to using my skills to ensure JLL's clients are best placed to capitalise on this".

Dave Wigmore, Jones Lang LaSalle’s National Director of Valuation and Advisory says, “We are delighted to confirm the appointment of Tim Dick as Director of our Wellington Valuation and Advisory practice. Tim’s appointment meets the needs expressed by our clients of a strong, capable and highly experienced valuer. Tim offers a safe pair of hands and credible alternative to the existing valuer pool in Wellington, which has remained unchanged for many years”.

Wigmore continues, “Tim will offer a fresh set of ideas and capabilities to the Wellington market with a particular focus on servicing the needs of our institutional and government clients as well as local investors.”

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