CBRE Hires European Head of Living Capital Markets
Global real estate advisor, CBRE, has hired Jeremy Eddy as Head of Living Capital Markets for Europe. He will report into Chris Brett, Head of Capital Markets, Europe and will be responsible for the leadership of all components of CBRE’s European Living Capital Markets platform, including Multifamily, Co-Living, Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA), Affordable Housing, Senior Living and Healthcare.
In his new role, Jeremy will be working in partnership with local leaders of CBRE’s Living business, including Andrew Saunderson, Head of Residential Capital Markets, UK, Thomas Westerhof, Head of Residential Capital Markets, Continental Europe as well the Real Estate Investment Banking and Debt Advisory teams within Capital Advisors and European country heads to significantly grow CBRE’s capabilities and market presence in this rapidly developing sector of the market.
Jeremy was previously Head of Living and Hospitalty, EMEA at JLL where he enjoyed a 24-year career. He joined JLL’s Capital Markets team in 1998 and led the retail division before leading the living and hospitality business. He is a proven pan-European leader with a strong client focus, having led transactions throughout Continental Europe during his career.
We are delighted to welcome Jeremy to CBRE’s European Capital Markets business. His appointment highlights our commitment to driving our market participation rate in one of the fastest growing sectors of the European real estate market and will enable us to provide a more seamless service to clients across the whole Living spectrum. He will coordinate our geographical and technical expertise from across the region, ensuring we use the full suite of capabilities within our integrated Capital Markets platform to provide holistic solutions to clients across all of these asset classes.
It is an exciting time for the Living sector which has, in the past five years, cemented itself as a mainstay in the majority of investment portfolios. This upwards trend is only going to continue thanks to the underlying strength of the occupier market and robust rental growth and consequently there is a huge opportunity to develop and enhance CBRE’s service offering.