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CBRE strengthens UK industrial team by appointing new national senior director

CBRE strengthens UK industrial team by appointing new national senior director

CBRE has announced the appointment of investment, development and funding expert Adam McMillan as a Senior Director in its National team based in London.

McMillan is joining CBRE from Cushman & Wakefield where he was an International Partner within its UK Business Space investment team. In his new role at CBRE, Adam will work closely with Simon Milner, Roddy Mackay and with other senior members of CBRE’s UK National Industrial Advisory and Transaction team.

During his successful 19-year career in investment agency, development structuring and funding at Cushman & Wakefield, McMillan has transacted some of the highest profile ‘Big Box’ distribution deals in the UK on behalf of a broad range of clients including corporate occupiers, commercial developers, REIT’s and private and institutional investors.

In the last few years McMillan has advised and represented a number of occupier clients including GE, Unilever, JD Sports, JP Boden, Newcastle University, Poundland, John Lewis Partnership, WM Morrisons, Sainsburys, Marks & Spencer, EE and Ericsson, transacting a total of more than £460m of structured deals.

CBRE managing director, National Team Adrian McStay said: “Adam’s excellent track record and expertise in advising both retailers and investors in the logistics and distribution sector perfectly complements the strengths of our existing team and will ensure that we continue to deliver best in class advice and services to our clients.”

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