Colliers International strengthens Tenant Advisory team with two strategic hires

Experienced Tenant Advisors join Colliers in Sydney

Off the back of record growth, the Tenant Advisory team, part of Occupier Services, at Colliers International, has further strengthened the Sydney team with the appointments of Anthony Clark and Alex Johnson. 

With over 10 years’ experience in the real estate industry, Anthony Clark joins Colliers as a Director from Pepper Property where he has been for the last five years. During his time at Pepper Property, Anthony represented various clients across the wider Sydney market. Some of Anthony’s clients have included Fuji Xerox, Pfizer, Virtus Health and Grays eCommerce Group.

Alex Johnson has been working in the property industry for over a decade and joins Colliers from Knight Frank where he was representing national and multi-national corporate tenants across Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Macquarie Park and South Sydney.

“We are thrilled to have Anthony and Alex join our Tenant Advisory team. Both are highly skilled Tenant Advisor’s with strong track records in the Sydney CBD and metro markets, making them invaluable acquisitions to Colliers”, said Simon Crouch, Head of Tenant Advisory nationally.

“Working alongside our team in Sydney, Anthony and Alex will provide a key role in servicing occupiers and developing and implementing property strategies; a task that is becoming increasingly important for tenants as the Sydney markets continue to tighten,” said Simon.

Colliers’ Tenant Advisory team has experienced record growth over the past 18 months, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne where the teams have almost doubled in size.

“We continue to see unprecedented growth across our Tenant Advisory team and wider Occupier Services team. Since the beginning of 2017, our Tenant Advisory team have represented over 230 occupiers nationally for over 250,000sqm, including notable transactions for Nine Entertainment Co., Norton Rose Fulbright and 3M”, commented Doug Henry, Managing Director of Occupier Services.


Related Experts

Anthony Clark

Director | Tenant Advisory

Sydney CBD

Anthony is a Sydney CBD market expert and has a strong track record acting on behalf of occupiers to devise bespoke occupancy outcomes. He's advised on a number of highly complex pre-construction lease agreements for some of Australia's largest office and industrial occupiers. He also brings particular expertise acting on behalf of tenants through compulsory acquisitions and lease surrenders where the property has a higher and better use.

Anthony is an expert tactician and his key point of differnce is his understanding of real estate delivery methods and complex contracts.

He has worked with a wide range of clients across multiple industries. Some of his past and present clients include Fuji Xerox, Grays eCommerce Group, IAG, Virtus Health, Computershare, KPMG, UBS, NRMA, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Victory Offices.

View expert

Doug Henry

Managing Director | Occupier Services

Sydney CBD

Doug has over 30 years’ experience in occupier and institutional real estate and currently leads the Australian Occupier Services business at Colliers International. That comprises business specialising in occupier needs: tenant advisory, portfolio and transaction management and workplace management services. Doug's focus is on building long term strategic partnerships with major occupier clients and developing a highly coordinated approach to account management and delivering Real Estate solutions that align to business strategy. 

Doug's extensive experience in Workplace Strategy, Property Management, Occupier Negotiations and Integrated Facilities Management and Account Management enables him to focus the considerable resources of the Occupier Services team to achieve measurable results for the clients he works with.

Specialties:

  • Tenant Advisory
  • Industrial Advisory
  • Project Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Occupier Technology
  • Outsourcing
  • Workplace Management
  • Account Management
  • Integration of business units
  • Occupier Research
View expert