AND FINALLY

JLL appoints new industrial national leader

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JLL has promoted star performer Jamie Guerra to the role of national head of industrial.

He has more than 28 years’ experience specialising in industrial sales, leasing and investments in South Australia and New South Wales. Guerra has been involved in more than $3 billion worth of transactions and has held key leadership positions in Adelaide and Parramatta, including 10 years in the role of managing director for JLL’s South Australian business.

In 2017, he transacted a major deal on behalf of the Motor Accident Commission of South Australia for $565 million, including eleven commercial and industrial assets across Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia. More recently, he brokered a $130 million structured transaction of the Commercial and General industrial and logistics portfolio across South Australia and Victoria.

JLL Australia CEO Stephen Conry said: “Jamie’s new responsibilities within the business reflect the growth of our industrial business and his performance as a national leader.

“Under the leadership of Tony Iuliano, we have grown the national industrial capital markets business dramatically and we will also be strengthening our overall Industrial services platform led by Jamie Guerra.

“Jamie will play a key role in ensuring coordination for our national, regional and global industrial clients and in the owner and occupier services we provide,” Conry said.

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