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New consultants in JLL’s Markets team


New consultants in JLL’s Markets team

AUCKLAND, 9 June 2016 – JLL has two new licensed consultants in its Markets team in Auckland.

Steffi McKeown and Julie Holloway have both started new roles as Commercial Property Consultants in the Markets team, specifically in Tenant Representation.

Steffi McKeown gained her Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree at Victoria University. She joined JLL two years ago in a Business Support role with the Markets team and has now been promoted into this new role.

Julie Holloway has moved across from a Property Manager/Portfolio Accountant role in JLL’s Property and Asset Management team. She previously spent two years working as a Property Accountant at Oyster Property Group.

“Julie and Steffi are already proving themselves to be excellent additions to the team. Tenant Representation requires relationship building skills and a commitment to providing outstanding service while dealing with everything from lease renewals to relocation analysis,” JLL’s Head of Markets Mark Grant says. “Julie and Steffi are doing an outstanding job and I am very pleased to have them in the Markets team.”

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