Article: Stuart McCann to Join CBRE as Head of International Capital, Pacific and SEA

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Stuart McCann to Join CBRE as Head of International Capital, Pacific and SEA

Based in Singapore, McCann will primarily be responsible for facilitating cross-border real estate investments into the Pacific region, in addition to providing strategic advisory services.
Stuart McCann to Join CBRE as Head of International Capital, Pacific and SEA

CBRE announced today the appointment of Stuart McCann as Head of International Capital, Pacific and Southeast Asia. He will assume the newly created role on 3 February 2020.

Based in Singapore, McCann will primarily be responsible for facilitating cross-border real estate investments into the Pacific region, in addition to providing strategic advisory services, including capital raising and capital partnering services, for corporate and institutional investors in the Pacific and Southeast Asia regions.

Chris Ludeman, Global President of Capital Markets, said, “Stuart’s wealth of experience and proven track record, particularly in the Pacific region that continues to attract offshore capital, will help grow the next phase of our Asia Pacific Capital Markets business.”

McCann brings to CBRE more than 15 years of experience, with a focus on Australia. He last served at JLL as the Head of International Capital, Australia, where he was responsible for driving cross-border investment into both the direct and indirect real estate markets in Australia.

He was involved in over AUD15 billion of direct real estate transactions across major asset classes and has been involved in bringing numerous new large sources of offshore capital entering the Australian market for the first time, most recently, Link REIT.

He holds a Bachelor of Business (Property Economics) from Western Sydney University.

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