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Scotland

Ten promotions for JLL Scotland


​SCOTLAND, 29 July 2017 - JLL, Scotland's leading property consultancy, has promoted ten members of staff in Scotland, including the promotion of four senior staff to National Directors and one to Regional Director.

This year's annual round of promotions, across the firm's Edinburgh and Glasgow offices, underline the firm's ongoing commitment to develop and retain the best people within the business.  

Colin Finlayson of JLL's Capital Markets team in Edinburgh is elevated to Regional Director, the second highest management tier within the firm, while four of his colleagues from JLL's Edinburgh and Glasgow offices have been promoted to National Directors.

The new National Directors are Glasgow based Andy Crosbie in Valuation, Alistair Reid in Office Agency, Niall Robertson in P&DS, and Edinburgh based Craig Watson in Office Agency.

Geri Quigley, in JLL's P&DS team in Edinburgh has been promoted to Local Director from Associate Director. Edinburgh based Janey Douglas and Makela Milne were both promoted to Senior Surveyors alongside their Glasgow colleagues Kerri Currie and Claire Watson.

Alasdair Humphery, Lead Director in Scotland for JLL, said: "Helping clients achieve their ambitions is what sets us apart as a business. Hiring, developing and retaining the very best people in our industry to consistently provide sound advice and nurture long term relationships with clients is essential to this continued success. I'm delighted to announce all 10 promotions, which is a great result for the individuals themselves and for our business here in Scotland. Colin's promotion to Regional Director is a particularly outstanding achievement, and testament to his client commitment during this time with us."

In Scotland, JLL employs around 120 members of staff in its two offices, acting on some of the largest, most prestigious schemes in the country.

JLL advises developers, investors and occupiers in all major property markets, covering offices; retail and leisure; industrial and logistics; residential; mixed-use schemes; planning and renewables and development land.