New assets for CBRE

CB Richard Ellis has strengthened its property management team with the appointment of Greg Hunt as associate director.

L-R:- Neil Anderson, Helen Hurst and Greg Hunt

Latterly with Jones Lang LaSalle, Greg has also worked at Donaldsons (now DTZ) and qualified with Slough Estates (now Segro).

His clients have included WHSmith, Barclays, Standard Life, Railways Pension Fund, Scottish Widows and LaSalle Investment Management. He has acted on both the occupational and investor side of the market, for funds and private individuals, and on a wide range of properties including multi-let offices, industrial estates, hotels and leisure schemes.

Greg’s colleague Helen Hurst has taken a step up the property ladder with a promotion to senior surveyor. She is responsible for a number of funds within the CB Richard Ellis Investors managed portfolio, comprising offices, industrial, High Street retail and retail parks across the Midlands.

Neil Anderson, who heads the property and asset management team in Birmingham, said: “In the current climate clients are seeking to squeeze best value from their assets. CBRE now has one of the largest property asset management teams in Birmingham, with experienced advisers able to provide innovative solutions for property owners.”

Former office agent Ann Pedrick-Moyle recently joined the asset management team to manage a national portfolio of clients including Threadneedle and Windsor Life.

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