Cushman & wakefield appoints brenda ong to lead industrial & logistics business in singapore

Geraldine Cheong • 02/12/2019
Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to announce the appointment of Brenda Ong to lead its industrial and logistics business in Singapore. This appointment is aligned with the firm’s strategy to be the leading agency in the industrial and logistics sector.

Brenda has more than 20 years of experience servicing Singapore’s leading industrialists and logistics players. Her expertise includes negotiating leases with the government landlords on behalf of industrialists and sourcing build-to-suit business premises for their business operations. She is equally adept at executing the sale and purchase of industrial developments, handling transactions for the region’s leading property investors, institutional investors, funds and Real Estate Investment Trusts. Brenda was previously with CBRE and Colliers International.

Dennis Yeo, Chief Executive, Singapore and Southeast Asia said “The rapid evolution of global supply chains and the advent of technology are impacting the industrial and logistics space. As a leading global real estate services firm, we want to ensure that we have the best talent in place to help our clients navigate these changes. Brenda’s appointment bolsters our industrial and logistics capability and positions us to better service our clients in this growth sector.”

Brenda joins Cushman & Wakefield with effect from 2 December 2019 and reports to Dennis Yeo, Chief Executive, Singapore & Southeast Asia. She will lead a team of six brokers including Jonathan Tan and Maverick Li, who are both experienced brokerage professionals in the industrial and logistics sector.

Dennis added “Brenda has earned a strong reputation amongst occupier and investor clients as an excellent advisory and brokerage professional who has an in-depth understanding of the industrial and logistics landscape in Singapore. She has handled many major investment and leasing transactions in the market and I am very pleased to have her on board to help Cushman & Wakefield drive this business forward”.

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