AND FINALLY

Centuria makes two strategic hires

Centuria joint-CEO Jason Huljich
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CENTURIA has strengthened its transaction team with the hiring of Nick Gaston and Tony Seo.

Gaston has been appointed to the role of transactions manager and Seo as transactions analyst. At the same time, Nathan Guo has been promoted from transactions analyst to transactions manager.

Centuria’s head of transactions Andrew Essey said the success of Centuria’s growth-focused strategy relies on a transactions team which can quickly and successfully identify, assess and deliver quality properties across the listed and unlisted platforms.

“Our deal pipeline remains strong looking forward, and the expansion of the transactions team means we will be able to continue to identify and secure quality investments for our clients,” Essey said.

Gaston brings over 13 years’ experience, most recently at CapitalLand, where he was capital transactions manager, and before that at Stockland. Seo has six years’ experience, including four years as a senior valuer at Cushman & Wakefield.

Centuria joint-CEO Jason Huljich: “Our transactions team is central to this process – we rely on them to provide us with the information we need to make the best decisions for our investors. Nick and Tony are both experienced, high-quality property transaction experts, who we expect to make a significant contribution to the transactions team.”

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