TORONTO (June 19, 2019) – International real estate services provider Savills announces the expansion of its global Retail Services team with the addition of Kenny Lam as an associate director in Toronto. He will assist in expanding the firm’s global Retail Services platform in Canada while providing customized real estate solutions for retail clients in major markets across the world.
“Savills global Retail Services platform offers specialists and extensive resources throughout the world’s major markets,” said Lam. “I look forward to contributing my perspective, relationships and experience to further expand the firm’s expertise in Canada and solidify the group’s position at the forefront of real estate advisory.”
The expansion of Retail Services at Savills is part of the brand’s continued growth in the U.S. and Canada. The firm currently has retail teams across North America, including Toronto, New York, Los Angeles and Washington. As a member of the cross-border retail team, Lam will work alongside the firm’s other global retail experts in Asia Pacific, Continental Europe, the Middle East, North America and the U.K. to advise international brands looking to enter Canada or expand internationally.
Prior to joining Savills in Toronto, Lam led Tenant Representation for the firm’s Hong Kong office. He worked closely with teams in the London office to help new and existing vendors grow across Europe and Asia. Lam has assisted premier global retailers on complex projects such as transaction management, lease administration, portfolio strategy and national brand rollouts. His notable clients include APM Monaco, Dyson, Escada, J. Crew, Procter & Gamble and Tumi.
Across geographies and classifications, Savills seasoned retail professionals deliver local expertise in leasing, acquisition, consultancy and investment services. The firm’s integrated teams of brokers and advisors transcend conventional brokerage to adapt clients’ strategies to evolving business objectives and market conditions throughout the real estate cycle.