Chris Fossick steps down from role as JLL Southeast Asia CEO
Fossick joined JLL in 2006 and oversaw the growth of JLL’s Southeast Asia business. He has actually helped clienteles get and offer more than $30 billion value of commercial property in Singapore, Japan, Southeast Asia and Europe. He has also suggested capitalists and occupants on over 80 million sq ft of commercial leasing proceedings in the workplace, retail, industrial and logistics markets.
Native Land states Fossick’s appointment will enhance its spot as a project and investment partner of option for overseas financiers in the UK’s top mixed-use, commercial and household real estate markets.
In Singapore, Fossick stood for customers on more than 30 significant projects involving Millenia and Centennial Tower, Marina Bay Financial Centre, Asia Square and Guoco Tower. He also guided acquire the $4 billion sale of Asia Square and the $1.5 billion sale of Duo.
Fossick states he will definitely be supporting Native Land in Asia and supporting the business to build on its connections and brand in the location. “There has been and continues to be strong attention from Asia-based financiers in the London and UK business, non commercial and hospitality realty sectors and Native Land is in a good placement to provide financiers the opportunity to affiliate with a very relied upon and leading developer of superior places in one of one of the most appealing and vibrant property markets on the planet,” he observes.
Chris Fossick has given over his duty as CEO of JLL Southeast Asia after more than 17 years with the firm. In a Feb 5 press release by UK property development and investment company Native Land, the company disclosed that Fossick recently retired from his role at JLL and has been hired to Native Land’s board as a non-executive director.
Co-investors in Native Land property developments involve Singapore’s Temasek and Hotel Properties Limited (HPL), along with Malaysia’s Amcorp Properties Berhad.
” Being one of the Asia market’s major consultants, Chris is going to deliver a considerable international property perspective to Native Land’s board,” says Alasdair Nicholls, Chief Executive Officer of Native Land. “His knowledge and competence will certainly provide an important link in between the Asia and UK sector, at a time when our company with primary Asian partners and brand names remains to develop.”
Native Land has a profile of mixed-use, work space and housing developments all over London and the larger UK.These consist of Bankside Yards, the GBP2.5 billion ($4.2 billion) prime waterfront mixed-use estate in between the Tate Modern art gallery and the Southbank Centre, Europe’s largest centre for the arts, and the recently authorized redevelopment all around South Kensington stop.