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CEO, Greater China
Raymond Lee is CEO of Savills Greater China and is responsible for the overall operations and business expansion of Savills in the Greater China area. Raymond is a member of the Asia Board and was appointed to the Group Executive Board (GEB) which is responsible for formulating strategies for the Savills Group globally since 2011.
Raymond joined Savills in 1989 and was directly responsible for major sole-sales agency projects, providing both marketing and consultancy advice.
Under his leadership and active involvement, the Investment Department has become a dominant market leader in recent years in Hong Kong, with sales amounting to HK$12.4 billion in 2014 and over HK$20 billion in 2015. Savills also leads the field in major transactions of at least HK$1 billion, with more than a 60% share in the first half of 2016. Major transactions include the sale of Ho Tung Garden on the Peak for the sum of HK$5.1 billion and the sale of One HarbourGate (OHG) (West and East Towers) with a total consideration of HK$10.35 billion. Both the Ho Tung and the OHG deals broke records for private residential sales transactions in Hong Kong and en-bloc office tower purchases in Kowloon respectively. The OHG deal was successfully concluded within only eight months, West Tower in November 2015 and East Tower in July 2016.
The Investment Department works for mortgagees, receivers and the courts, as well as private owners, developers and investors. Property disposal services include private treaty sales, tenders (public or private) and public auctions. Comprehensive market coverage and a dominant market share allow the team to gain detailed insights and access to investment analyses on market trends.
Raymond was honoured with the Real Estate Investment Award from RFP Magazine’s Outstanding Individuals in Asia on 13 October 2011.
Raymond graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a degree in Business Studies. He is a fellow member of the Hong Kong Institute of Directors and holds an honorary fellowship at the Quangxi Academy of Social Science. In 2012, he was appointed a member of the Guangdong Province Zhuhai Municipal Committee (CPPCC), and was invited to be a subcommittee member (2012-2017) of the Shatin Clubhouse by The Hong Kong Jockey Club in the same year. In 2013, Raymond was promoted to a Mobilisation Officer (KE) of the Auxiliary Medical Service (AMS) and appointed Vice Chairman of the AMS Officers’ Club. In addition, Raymond became a fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in June 2016.
Managing Director and Head of Investment & Sales
Peter has more than 28 years of property experience with 25 years at Savills. He joined the company in the middle of 1990, working in the Commercial Leasing Department. In 1995, having been promoted as to Director, Peter assisted Raymond Lee in establishing the Office Sales Department, which evolved into the Investment Department in 1997.
Peter was promoted to Senior Director in charge of the Investment Department in January 2004. He has also been in charge of the Residential Sales Department since January 2006.
He has been involved in numerous sole agencies in respect to whole-block properties, sites, offices and retail shops.
Peter holds a BSc major in Computer Science from The University of Western Ontario, Canada. Before joining Savills, he was a senior negotiator for Chi Wo Properties Limited (renamed Colliers International), and was a negotiator for Vigers (HK) Limited.
Managing Director and Head of Leasing
Nick has had more than 28 years of property experience, 25 of which have been in Hong Kong. He currently heads the Retail Department, looking after sole agency projects, providing both marketing and consultancy advice.
Having been in the Hong Kong retail market for such a long duration and being responsible for the leasing of numerous shopping centres, his contacts with retailers are extensive, as is his knowledge of the development market.
By regularly attending the ICSC conference in the United States and Mapic, the equivalent shopping centre conference in Europe, Nick keeps abreast of changes in the retail industry while targeting new names and operators for Hong Kong and China.
Head of Real Estate Capital Markets, Asia Pacific
Frank Marriott joined Savills (Hong Kong) Limited in 1991, and brings 20 years of regional property experience to the Asia-Pacific Capital Markets Department, as a primary contact and lead generator for Hong Kong, regional investors and institutional funds.
He currently heads the Savills Asia Pacific Capital Markets Division focusing on the growing regional requirements of both existing and new multinational clients, and has extensive experience with divestment campaigns on behalf of many Hong Kong family offices, and global institutional accounts throughout the region.
Frank also is actively involved in the local Hong Kong investment markets and, together with the regional capital transaction teams, has been involved in deals worth in excess of US$5 billion throughout Asia Pacific during the past five years.
Head of Research & Consultancy
Simon has worked in Asian real estate consultancy and research for over 15 years and is based in Hong Kong.
Simon is Deputy Managing Director of Savills Valuation & Professional Services Limited and Head of Research & Consultancy, with responsibility for Regional Investment Research Services covering the property markets of Greater China and the Asia-Pacific region. Simon has worked with most of Hong Kong’s major developers, providing consultancy studies for a wide range of residential, commercial and mixed-use projects. He has also worked closely with a number of governmental and quasi-governmental organisations advising on real estate development issues, including the Hong Kong Airport Authority, the Urban Renewal Authority, and the Hong Kong Science Park. Multinational financial institutions also form part of his client base and recent studies have been completed for Morgan Stanley, ING and Merrill Lynch. He has advised Fortune REIT, Regal REIT, The Link REIT and Prosperity REIT in Hong Kong and Allco REIT in Singapore on real estate market trends.
Head of Residential Leasing
Edina Wong holds a BA in Business Administration, majoring in marketing from New York University.
She started her real estate career in 1987 working with expatriates looking for homes in Hong Kong. At that time, one of her major clients was Jardine Fleming Holding Ltd with approximately 150 leases. Edina joined FPD Savills in 1989 as a member of the Prestige Homes Division, successfully selling high-value residential homes. She worked closely with high net worth clients and major developers. In 1993 she was promoted to Associate Director before leaving the company to start a family. In 2000 she rejoined to head the Residential Leasing Department.
Edina has formed strong and long-term relationships with many of the Hong Kong developers, landlords and multinational corporations. She has in-depth knowledge and experience in all aspects of the residential market. Her committed and professional approach to providing personalised and proactive services is valued greatly by her clients.
“Everyone at Savills is constantly striving to deliver better results.”
Fei Fei Wong
Savills Hong Kong
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