Sunday, April 18, 2021

Property consultancy makes 12 promotions in Leicestershire

A property consultancy has made 12 promotions across its Leicestershire offices as part of the firm’s ongoing growth.

Fisher German has made the string of promotions at its Ashby and Market Harborough offices as part of its career progression framework.

In Ashby, Matthew Trewartha, who manages several national property portfolios and recently led the opening of the firm’s new Exeter office, has been invited to join the equity partnership and will become a C Partner.

Gareth Magrath, Adam Baxter and Murray Peat have been promoted to associates, while Lucy Whitaker, Ellie-May Craddock and Alex Watts have been promoted to senior surveyors.

In Fisher German’s Head Office, also based in Ashby, Christopher Mowforth has progressed to senior management accountant.

At the firm’s Market Harborough office, Robert Knight, who is part of the firm’s Agribusiness Team, has been promoted to associate director.

Harry Edwards has progressed to senior associate, Caroline Jarvis has been promoted to senior negotiator and Matthew Trembath has progressed to senior surveyor.

Fisher German has made a total of 21 promotions across its offices, including three partner promotions, marking the firm’s continuing success across a number of specialisms.

The announcement comes as the business formally merges with Birmingham-based Vine Property Management, which manages 51 million sq. ft. of retail, industrial and office property, following a deal in 2020.

Fisher German Senior Partner Tim Shuldham said: “I would like to congratulate all of those who have been promoted and thank everyone across the business who has helped us progress during what has been an incredibly challenging time for the sector.

“It is a tribute to the quality and hard work of all our colleagues, the strength of our client base and the robust foundations of our business that we are able to make this announcement.

“Not only have we made 21 promotions across a variety of disciplines, we have also recruited 28 graduates into the firm with more positions to fill.”

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