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Jones Lang LaSalle strengthens their Auckland PAMS team

JLL strengthens their Auckland PAMS team

JLL are continuing to strengthen their offering in Auckland with the appointment of Tom Kane, who has recently made the move from our Wellington Office as part of the Property and Asset Management team.

Tom brings with him a Bachelor of Commerce, Valuation and Property Management degree from Lincoln University where he also represented Canterbury in rugby. Tom has previous experience working as a Property Manager and Lease Administrator on large scale capital expenditure projects as well as residential valuing.

In his new role, Tom will be managing a wide range of properties for a number of different owners spread across Auckland.

Tom Kane says, “My ability to understand both sides of the lease allows me to make proposals/deals which are fair for both parties. My finance background has also aided my knowledge in the monetary side of property management. I have a huge interest in sport and a very competitive spirit which drives me to deliver the best results possible.”

Regan Simpson, Director of Property and Asset Management for JLL says, “I’m delighted that we have the scope in our ever expanding team to be able to retain staff like Tom. His move from the Wellington Office to Auckland is a welcome one and he’s already fitting in well with the local team and his new client base”.

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