07 February 2024
Savills Investment Management (“Savills IM”), the international real estate manager, today announces the appointment of Hsueh Ling Ng to the new role of Head of APAC ex-Japan. She will take up the role later this month, and report to Alex Jeffrey, Chief Executive.
Hsueh Ling joins from Lendlease, where she has held the role of Managing Director & Country Head, Singapore, for over six years, and also recently the additional role of Chair of Lendlease Global Commercial REIT Management. Prior to this, she spent eight years as Chief Executive Officer of Keppel REIT Management Ltd.
Hsueh Ling will take on overall business management responsibility for Savills IM’s investment and client capital teams across its APAC platform in all markets other than Japan. The new role of Head of APAC ex-Japan has been created to capitalise on the compelling investment case in the region, which offers strong, long-term economic growth and diversification of investment opportunities, as well as to broaden Savills IM’s client base in the region.
Savills IM currently manages circa US$1.5bn of assets in the APAC region and US$7bn of capital on behalf of APAC-based clients in global real estate, with plans for substantial growth to come. It has local offices in Singapore, Tokyo, Bangkok (as part of a cooperation agreement with Savills Thailand) and Sydney. Savills IM is part of the Savills plc group.
Alex Jeffrey, Chief Executive of Savills IM commented:
We are delighted to welcome Hsueh Ling to Savills IM. With over 30 years’ experience in the real estate industry and an impressive track record of driving business growth, she has the right credentials to lead our APAC team and to work with our clients across the region. The newly created role will be vital in building on our strong presence in the region at what is a key time in the economic cycle, and specifically within the real estate sector.
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"The newly created role will be vital in building on our strong presence in the region at what is a key time in the economic cycle, and specifically within the real estate sector."