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Appointments APAM recruits Lewis Wood as Facilities Manager


APAM, the specialist independent UK real estate asset and investment manager, has further strengthened its property management team with the appointment of Lewis Wood. Joining as Facilities Manager, Lewis brings a wealth of experience to the growing team,


with over 15 years in the sector, working for the likes of Goldman Sachs, DTZ, Dron & Wright and, most recently, Petit Papillon Management Ltd. Simon Cooke, Executive Director at APAM, said: “With experience covering all aspects


of facilities and premises management, Lewis will be a valuable addition to the APAM team, ensuring our clients and tenants continue to receive exceptional service.”


Lewis Wood.


CBRE Announces Promotion of Emma Buckland to MD of UK Asset Services Team


CBRE, the world’s leading real estate advisor, has announced the promotion of Emma Buckland to the Managing Director of its UK Asset Services team. Emma also joins CBRE’s UK Management Board, led by Ciaran Bird. Emma joined CBRE in 2016 in the role of Chief Operating Officer of UK Asset Services


Emma Buckland.


and has been instrumental in supporting the growth and operational running of the 800-strong Asset Services team, with a focus on automation and technology. The business manages over 5000 properties with a rent roll of over £3 billion for major global and local investor clients. Before joining CBRE, Emma worked at FICO, a leading NYE-listed data analytics company in the role of EMEA Operations Director, and Goldman Sachs, where she spent three years managing European client teams in the Securities division.


Trevor Reaney appointed to the SIA


From 7 November 2018 Trevor Reaney will become a Member of the Security Industry Authority (SIA), with specific responsibilities for Northern Ireland. He will join the Board, taking over from outgoing Member Professor Sir Desmond Rea. Trevor brings to the SIA a breadth of skills and experience. He was formerly the Clerk


and Chief Executive to the Northern Ireland Assembly between 2008 and 2016. Trevor is currently a member of the National Assembly for Wales Remuneration Board


and an independent Member of the Audit and Scrutiny Committee of the Mid and East Antrim Borough Council. He began his career in the hospitality industry and has held a number of management


positions in both the private and public sectors. Before joining the Assembly, Trevor served as Chief Executive of the Northern Ireland Policing Board from January 2004, and prior to that, he held the post of Chief Executive at Craigavon Borough Council from 1996 to 2003..


JLL reshapes focus on flexible space with appointment of Dan Brown as head of Flex Space, EMEA


Establishment of new team highlights JLL’s commitment to meeting growing client demand for flex space. JLL has appointed Dan Brown to lead its newly created EMEA Flex Space team. Whilst the team’s focus spans a range of real estate sectors, the flexible office market alone in Europe has more than doubled in size since 2014. This appointment is aligned with JLL’s strategy to make it easier for clients to access its range of flex space services, and grow its business in this part of the market. Brown has more than 12 years’ experience in real estate, and joined JLL in 2012 to lead


Dan Brown.


the London Serviced Office team. Prior to that, he was a commercial real estate agent at UK-based workspace operator Landmark. In his new role, Brown will lead JLL’s leasing agency and advisory services for corporate and investor clients looking at the flex space market, helping them to build bespoke strategies into their portfolios, and identify the best deals.


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