CBRE promotes new leaders

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CBRE has given two directors, Rachel Vincent and Michael O’Neill, an early Christmas present, by promoting them to the role of managing director.

Vincent has been appointed as managing director of CBRE’s North Sydney office, with Michael O’Neill to step permanently into the Western Sydney managing director role after serving as interim leader for the past six months.

CBRE’s NSW executive managing director Andrew Roy said; “These appointments provide us with talented and highly engaged leaders who have exceptional industry experience and client relationships,”

“Being able to promote from within demonstrates the depth of talent within our business and I’m excited about the future prospects for our North Sydney and Western Sydney offices under Rachel and Michael’s leadership,” Roy said.

Vincent commenced her property career at CBRE’s South Sydney office where she worked from 1997 to 2001 ahead of roles with companies such as Valad and ING Real Estate.

She recommenced with CBRE in 2016 as a director of the firm’s advisory & transaction services – office business, a role she will retain in addition to her Managing Director responsibilities.

O’Neill has been with CBRE for almost 14 years and is senior director of NSW advisory & transaction services – industrial & logistics business, a role he will also retain.

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