Knight Frank, the global real estate adviser, has boosted its market-leading commercial research department, announcing five new appointments to the team.
Alice Marwick joins as an Associate, focusing on European research. Starting her career at Real Capital Analytics, Alice covered the Southern European and Latin American commercial property markets before joining Savills’ European Commercial Research team for three years.
John Watts has been appointed as a Senior Analyst, focusing on Capital Markets research. Joining from JLL in Brisbane, Australia, John was responsible for providing investment advice on a variety of Australian real estate sectors, with an emphasis on Brisbane and Queensland.
Analysts Ruslana Golemdjieva, Dewi Spijkerman and Gus Dijkstra, have also joined the commercial research team, focusing on UK cities, retail and industrial sectors, respectively.
William Matthews, Partner, Head of Commercial Research, at Knight Frank, said: “It is hugely exciting to be announcing these five new appointments, each bringing with them a wealth of skills and experience. We continue to recruit the best in the industry and are thrilled to be significantly bolstering the team and to be enhancing our dedicated commercial research capabilities across the business.”
Chris Bell, Managing Director, Europe, at Knight Frank, said: “The European investment market is in rude health, with opportunities across a wide range of sectors keeping private and institutional investors engaged. We’re delighted to welcome Alice to the European Research team and look forward to building on our output, providing up-to-the-minute and insightful reports to inform the industry.”
Richard Claxton, Head of UK Capital Markets, said: “It’s fantastic to welcome John to Knight Frank to further expand our dedicated Capital Markets research. This appointment reflects the success that our insight and opinionated reports are garnering in the marketplace.”