• Greg Hyland to join CBRE as Head of Capital Markets, Asia Pacific

    21 October 2019

    (21 October 2019, Hong Kong) CBRE announced that Greg Hyland joined CBRE as Managing Director, Capital Markets, Asia Pacific on October 15, 2019.

    Mr. Hyland has responsibility for CBRE’s Capital Markets across Asia Pacific, working with CBRE’s strong existing Capital Markets teams across the region.

    In a joint statement, Martin Samworth, CBRE’s Group President & CEO of Advisory Services for APAC/EMEA and Chris Ludeman, Global President of Capital Markets, commented: “Greg’s broad understanding of global capital markets and ability to advise, execute and deliver for clients will enhance our global Capital Markets offering while driving our growth strategy across the APAC region.”

    Mr. Hyland brings more than 18 years of experience to CBRE Asia Pacific, with a China, Singapore and Australia specialization. Most recently, he served as Head of Capital Markets, Singapore for JLL. Mr. Hyland also held a variety of other executive roles at JLL, including Regional Director of Asia Capital Markets in Singapore and Head of Investment in Shanghai. Over the past five years, Mr. Hyland has advised on over $10 billion in real estate transactions.

    “CBRE is recognised as the global leader in real estate capital markets services and I’m delighted to be joining. Investors increasingly demand seamless and innovative services, and CBRE’s commitment to investing in the platform will ensure we continue to deliver outstanding results for our clients,” said Mr. Hyland.

    CBRE Capital Markets is the #1 ranked brokerage firm globally, according to Real Capital Analytics. In 2018, CBRE intermediated in excess of US$280 billion in capital markets engagements, including global property sales volume, US$53.4 billion in global finance volume and approximately 25,000 global capital markets transactions and related assignments. 

    Mr. Hyland, who is based in Singapore, holds a Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Property Economics), Queensland University of Technology, Australia.





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