• Terence Chan Appointed as Head of Retail at JLL Hong Kong

    18 December 2015

    (HONG KONG, 2 December 2015) – JLL, an international professional services and investment management firm specializing in real estate services, is pleased to announce Terence Chan as its new Head of Retail, Hong Kong.

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    In his new position, Mr. Chan will be responsible for all retail agency and tenant representation services in Hong Kong. His role will encompass both investor and retailer services, providing advice to clients on retail project development and retail outlet strategy respectively.

    With over 22 years of experience in retail leasing in Hong Kong, Mr. Chan has worked on a broad range of projects including Cityplaza, Festival Walk, Miramar Shopping Centre, International Finance Centre Phase 1, Citygate, Langham Place, Nina Tower and Soundwill Plaza II – Midtown in Hong Kong, in addition to Galaxy Macau in Macau.

    He has worked extensively with brands such as Dickson Group, Ralph Lauren, Richemont Group, Kering Group, Brooks Brothers, Swarovski, Marks & Spencer, Tommy Bahama, Vertu, Elie Saab, H&M, HMV and Forever 21.

    Mr. Chan joined Jones Lang LaSalle in 1991 as a Negotiator in the Retail Department and was promoted to Associate Director in 1997. He became a Local Director in 2006 and a National Director in 2013.

    Joseph Tsang, Managing Director at JLL Hong Kong, said: “Terence is a high-calibre professional who has demonstrated strong leadership in advancing the growth of JLL’s business. With his extensive management experience and industry knowledge, I’m confident that our retail business will continue to flourish and be the most successful retail leasing consultancy in Hong Kong.”

    Terence Chan, Head of Retail at JLL Hong Kong, said: “I am very pleased to take on this new role at JLL. Hong Kong is one of the key markets for international brands and a top shopping destination for tourists. We will continue to see great opportunities in this market. We will maintain the successful client relationships we have built in recent years and provide high quality services to developers and retailers across all of their real estate requirements.”

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