Global Real Estate Firm Boosts China Team

Bunny Wang, Knight Frank, China

Bunny Wang, Knight Frank, China

Knight Frank, the independent global property consultancy has made four new management level appointments in Shanghai and Beijing.

The new positions are across International Capital Markets, International Project Marketing, Project Management and the Beijing Office, the firm said in a note to finews.asia.

Bernard Ong has been appointed to the dual role of Managing Director of Beijing and China Head of Project Management. In the new role he will manage the Beijing office operations and drive the Project Management division’s business development strategy in China. He reports to Alan Liu, Managing Director of China.

In Shanghai Bunny Wang takes on the dual role of China Head of International Capital Markets and International Project Marketing. She will focus on maximising cross-selling opportunities through collaboration with other business lines and geographic leaders of global key markets for both service lines. Wang will also report to Liu.

Growing Cross Border Flows 

Also taking up new roles in the Shanghai office are Yi Cheng, who has been appointed as Associate Director, International Project Marketing, China, and Ken Wu, who as Senior Manager, International Capital Markets, China, will be responsible for helping Bunny Wang manage the International Capital Markets team in China.  

«We see China as a key focus for our expansion in Asia. Cross-border flows between China and the international markets will continue to grow strongly, creating opportunities right around the region. We are committed to strengthening our leadership, investing in talent and growing our presence in China,» said Kevin Coppel, Regional Head of Asia Pacific, Knight Frank.

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