Chris Fossick steps down from role as JLL Southeast Asia CEO
Chris Fossick has indeed left his duty as chief executive officer of JLL Southeast Asia after more than 17 years with the business. In a Feb 5 press release by UK property project and investment company Native Land, the company disclosed that Fossick recently retired from his position at JLL and has been chosen to Native Land’s board as a non-executive executive.
Fossick partnered with JLL in 2006 and look after the development of JLL’s Southeast Asia business. He has assisted clienteles acquire and market greater than $30 billion worth of business real estate in Singapore, Japan, Southeast Asia and Europe. He has actually additionally advised entrepreneurs and occupants on over 80 million sq ft of retail leasing transactions in the workplace, retail, commercial and logistics industries.
In Singapore, Fossick stood for clients on greater than 30 major projects involving Millenia and Centennial Tower, Marina Bay Financial Centre, Asia Square and Guoco Tower. He also helped secure the $4 billion sale of Asia Square and the $1.5 billion sale of Duo.
Fossick says he will definitely be supporting Native Land in Asia and supporting the firm to build on its connections and brand name in the location. “There has been and continues to be solid attraction from Asia-based investors in the London and UK business, residential and accommodation property industries and Native Land is in an excellent setting to supply investors the possibility to affiliate with an extremely trusted and leading developer of superior spaces in one of one of the most appealing and dynamic real estate markets worldwide,” he notices.
” Being one of the Asia market’s major experts, Chris is going to bring a significant worldwide property viewpoint to Native Land’s board,” states Alasdair Nicholls, Chief Executive Officer of Native Land. “His experience and expertise will offer an important bridge in between the Asia and UK industry, at a time when our company with significant Asian affiliates and brand names continues to grow.”
Co-investors in Native Land property developments feature Singapore’s Temasek and Hotel Properties Limited (HPL), as well as Malaysia’s Amcorp Properties Berhad.
Native Land states Fossick’s appointment will definitely reinforce its place as a development and financial investment associate of selection for overseas capitalists in the UK’s prime mixed-use, commercial and non commercial real estate industry.
Native Land has a profile of mixed-use, work space and housing projects all over London and the larger UK.These consist of Bankside Yards, the GBP2.5 billion ($4.2 billion) prime riverside mixed-use estate in between the Tate Modern art gallery and the Southbank Centre, Europe’s largest centre for the arts, and the lately approved redevelopment all around South Kensington station.