UK - Morley Fund Management has appointed Sarah Woods, Neil McLeod and Joel Lyndsay to its property team.
Woods, who joins as a fund manager, was previously at FPD Savills for four years, primarily as an Investment Agent, based in its West End office.
During this time Sarah undertook acquisitions and disposals on behalf of both private UK and overseas investors and institutions.
McLeod joins as an asset manager and will be involved with acquisitions, disposals and new initiatives.
Prior to joining Morley, he worked at LaSalle Investment Management dealing with fund management clients.
Lyndsay joins the Morley team as a fund analyst. He was previously employed by an investment management firm in New Zealand who catered specifically for the charitable trust market.
His experience includes developing client portfolio strategy and asset allocation, financial analysis, asset management and consulting on special projects.
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