People Moves: Colliers appoints Henry Lam as Executive Director, Capital Markets & Investment Services
Press Release - Leading diversified professional services and investment management company Colliers (NASDAQ and TSX: CIGI) has today announced the appointment of Henry Lam as Executive Director, Capital Markets & Investment Services in Hong Kong.
Henry is one of the most renowned investment specialist in the Hong Kong real estate market. His appointment brings a depth of expertise, experience, and above all, an ability to connect with some of Hong Kong's most active real estate investment funds, institutions, family offices and high net wealth individuals.
The Capital Markets & Investment Services department has undergone major growth in the last six months, rising close to 30 people and having over HK$10 billion in Sole Agency appointments. This trajectory is set to continue with Henry's acquisition, and it is the next step in the business's evolution, with the department targetting more appointments and substantial projects.
Thomas Chak, Executive Director, Capital Markets & Investment Services, said: "Henry's appointment is significant news for Colliers. He is a respected investment broker and offers the business something new as he brings with him a vast network that taps into Hong Kong's investment network and Tycoons."
"The appointment of Henry underscores Colliers' commitment to building a best-in-class investment department. He has experience across a mix of asset types servicing local and international funds, local/PRC investors and property companies," added Chak.
Henry Lam, Executive Director, Capital Markets & Investment Services, commented: "I am excited by the opportunity to work for Colliers. Its recent growth, diversification of services under Thomas' leadership is very impressive, and I feel I have a lot to offer and gain."
"I have kept a close eye on Colliers' direction since CK Lau took on the Managing Director's role. His vision and where the business is going has made me and the entire industry sit up and take notice," concluded Lam.