People moves: AMP Capital, JLL, Savills

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In this week’s People Moves: JLL promotes Ting Lim; AMP Capital restructures its real estate team; Savills India recruits new director; Colliers appoints new investment services director; Knight Frank expands its prestige residential team; and CBRE appoints new Gold Coast director. 

Ting Lim (image: JLL)

Ting Lim has been promoted to lead JLL‘s capital markets business in Singapore. In her new role, Lim will head up a team of 21 and connect investors with domestic and cross-border investment opportunities. Lim, who joined JLL in 2004, was previously executive director, JLL Asia Pacific capital markets.

AMP Capital has restructured its real estate team with numerous position changes. Brett Williams has been promoted to the new role of managing director, retail, while Mark Kirkland will take on the new title of head of retail. Luke Briscoe has been named managing director, office and logistics, and Merran Edwards becomes CFO, real estate. COO Kylie O’Connor expands her role to COO and managing director, separate accounts, as John Dynon gains the head of origination and capital role.

Savills India has recruited Rohan Thakar as a director of its commercial advisory and transactions team in Bengaluru. Thakar has held roles at Bagmane Developers, JLL and Cushman & Wakefield.

Colliers has promoted Tory Packer to director – investment services at the firm’s Perth office. Packer, who joined the broker in 2010, has transacted property worth more than $150m in the past year.

Knight Frank has expanded its prestige residential sales team in Sydney with the appointments of Adam Ross and Oliver Stillman. The new hires bring significant experience to the team, having sold 17 homes in Sydney with values in excess of $10m each.

CBRE Australia has elevated David Corke to director in charge of its Gold Coast office. Corke’s promotion follows Jonathan O’Brien’s appointment as Queensland regional director, capital markets – metropolitan investments, as the firm strengthens its focus on the state’s major metropolitan markets.