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London

Two new Director promotions for Jones Lang LaSalle’s Renewable Energy Capital team


Mark HeuffLondon, 5th July, 2013 – Jones Lang LaSalle has announced  two new promotions in its Renewable Energy Capital (REC) team, promoting Dane Wilkins to Regional Director and Mark Heuff to Local  Director.

Since establishing the REC team at Jones Lang LaSalle with Mark and a fellow colleague in 2011, Dane has acted as the head of the team. Utilising past corporate finance experience from a number of large corporations such as Deliotte and Ernst & Young, Dane has led the team in not only establishing a platform but building profitability. As regional director he will focus on developing and differentiating Jones Lang LaSalle’s business internationally and launching new and exciting offerings to clients.

Mark has been responsible for helping to bolster Jones Lang LaSalle’s presence in the renewables market by securing valuable mandates and delivering impressive revenue streams thanks to his eight years of specialist knowledge and experience in the renewable energy sector. Previously with Ernst and Young. Mark’s new role as Local Director will see him offering greater strategic direction on assignments and focussing further on business development activities.  He will continue to lead the team’s activities in the Bio-energy sector.

Dane WilkinsArthur de Haast Head of Corporate Finance at Jones Lang LaSalle, said: “As a specialist corporate finance team for Jones Lang LaSalle with a dedicated focus on renewable energy, Dane and Mark have been valued members of the team and have been promoted for their hard work and dedication within this fast paced growing sector.”

“The Renewable Energy Capital team is operating in an dynamic sector both across UK and EMEA and is well positioned given its investment and real estate connections to rapidly grow its market share and presence over the next five years. Dane and Mark will help drive the team forward to reach this target.”