Global real estate adviser Knight Frank has appointed six new starters to its Valuation & Advisory team.
Nick Moisey, who started with the firm in February as an Associate from Cushman & Wakefield, is working with Michael Crowe and Giles Coward, Partners in the Funds and Global Analytics, Data & Technology teams within Valuation & Advisory.
Ollie Holland recently joined as a Senior Surveyor from Allsop, working with Gillian Bowman, Partner in Valuation & Advisory, and assisting with fund valuations.
Will McGovern has joined from Wilkes, Head & Eve as a Surveyor, and Ben Whittington from Avison Young, as a Senior Surveyor, both reporting to Jeremy Tham, Head of Bank Lending Valuations.
Luke van Vuuren started at Knight Frank this week as an Analyst, reporting to John McClymont, head of Analytics, Valuation & Advisory. Luke was previously at Residential Land where he assisted in financial planning and reporting for its portfolio of properties, as well as assisting in financial modelling.
With more than eight years in Knight Frank’s West End Capital Markets team, Louise Fuller has joined the Valuation & Advisory team as a Partner focussing on Central London Valuations.
Caroline Bathgate, Global Head of Valuation & Advisory at Knight Frank said: “We are thrilled to be significantly expanding the team, ensuring that we continue to provide our clients with market-leading advice and expertise, and building on our strong reputation in markets around the world.
“I am particularly pleased that these new appointments reflect areas where we see significant scope for future growth in our business, in Central London; Data & Analytics; Bank Lending; and Investment Funds. We look forward to welcoming all of our new starters to the Knight Frank team.”
Knight Frank’s Valuation & Advisory team comprises over 900 people in 78 offices around the world and is the second largest contributor to all three of MSCI’s principal UK indices and values for acquisition, accounts, unit pricing and litigation purposes.