JLL bolsters capital markets team in Singapore with Terry Wong and Alaric Yeo
Terry Wong is designated the higher supervisor, while Alaric Yeo is assigned the chief supervisor of funding markets.
JLL has two recently selected inclusions to its capital markets team to expand JLL’s sectoral scope and also assets sales potentials in Singapore.
He has more than nine years of experience with a well-known performance history in handling capital markets operations and has been specifically involved in the profitable broker of assets offers in extra of $1.3 billion in exchange value. Wong was even in roles concentrated on the advisory of residential and business en-bloc redevelopment properties, as well as in corporate residential leasing and even expat moving.
Yeo will be signing up with Wong’s team, and will be accountable for offering procurement together with divestment advisory to buyers on mid-market business investment deals.
Wong reports to Ting Lim, the head of capital sector, Singapore, and will affiliate a more comprehensive team of experts, both local including regionally.
Wong is going to be responsible for consumers aiming to expand financial investments and services in the mid-market sector for investments such as shophouses, strata industrial properties and mid-sized business buildings. He will also attach Singapore investors to cross-border assets opportunities and will definitely promote inbound capital moves from overseas entrepreneurs.
Wong has a many years of knowledge within the realty market with a tested record in taking care of purchases inside working as a consultant companies plus exclusive equity real estate funds. He began being a real property valuer at DTZ (currently called Edmund Tie). In his latest job, Wong was part of business development team of Q Investment Partners, a nonpublic equity company located in Singapore, in which he led fund-raising events by developing both local including overseas leads.
“We are viewing additional challengers and also interest in the country retail marketplace more than the previous 18 months, as a consequence this will continue in 2022 and even beyond,” says Lim.