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JLL rewards employees’ on-going success

JLL rewards employees’ on-going success


Leading global commercial property experts, JLL, has promoted 8 members of its New Zealand team all of whom have been rewarded for generating the most value to the business through their commitment and expertise.

Auckland, new zealand, 1st July 2014 - Nick Hargreaves, Managing Director of JLL New Zealand says, “We continue to pursue in building well-respected, multi-dimensional property professionals and these promotions signal the increasing depth of talent that we hold within our business.”

“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate these individuals on their outstanding contribution to JLL New Zealand; these employees have stepped up in their roles and taken on more responsibility; become more visible to the wider market and gone the extra mile to forge relationships.”

Regan Simpson, Local Director of the Property and Asset Management team and Andrew Skipper, Local Director of the Project and Development Services team, have both been promoted to National Director.

Promoted to Associate Director include, Nick Theyers of Markets, Ben Dalton of Project and Development Services and Peter Wenhem of Property and Asset Management in Wellington.

Bridget Savage of the Property and Asset Management division has been promoted to Senior Property Manager, Chris Harding of the Christchurch Capital Markets division has been promoted to Manager and Natalia Garcia of the Capital Markets division has been promoted to Agency Marketing Manager.

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