News release

JLL strengthens Capital Markets NSW team with key new appointment

James Barber, formerly of Colliers, joins JLL as Executive Director

February 11, 2022

Luke Billiau

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SYDNEY, 14 February 2022 – Global property services firm JLL has expanded its NSW Capital Markets team with the appointment of new Executive Director, James Barber.

James has over 25 years’ experience in the commercial property industry and has been involved in over $10bn of office transactions.

His most recent role at Colliers focused on the disposal or acquisition of investment grade property and large-scale development sites across Australia. Other roles have included office leasing and property advisory services.

JLL’s Head of Capital Markets (NSW), Luke Billiau said, “James’s impressive experience makes him a key addition to our market-leading team and brings further strategic advantage to our clients.

“2021 was a big year of activity for JLL’s NSW Capital Markets team, with deals, collaboration and cross selling the pillars of our success. 2022 will no doubt continue to build momentum amid Australia’s accelerating economic recovery and growing investor demand.

“James adds another dimension to the growth of our business with exceptional industry knowledge, reputation and client relationships. We are pleased to further enhance our capabilities for our clients with him as part of our team,” said Billiau.

About JLL

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