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Appointments

CBRE

Andrey Krysanov has been appointed Technical Director in the Property Management Department of CBRE. He will be responsible for developing new property and facility management projects, organizing maintenance works and the standardizing processes.
He has 17 years of experience in facility management and the technical audit of commercial real estate, beginning as an engineer. After working as head of facility management in a state company, he joined Knight Frank in 2006 consulting on reconstruction projects and developments, including Park City residential complex, the Moscow City Transport Terminal, and BC Park Huamin, among others. Before joining CBRE, he was Technical Director at NAI Becar, responsible for facility management of projects including Fifth Avenue shopping center, and business centers including Dominikov and Perevedenovsky.
He graduated from Orenburg State University with specialization in electric drive and automation of industrial and technological complexes.

Darya Afanasieva has been appointed Associate Director in the Office Agency team of CBRE. She will be responsible for cooperation with landlords and lead a team of consultants.
Her 13 years of experience in commercial real estate market, includes project manager of the K2 business park for Storm Properties, where her role encompassed land acquisition, concept development and obtaining construction permits. She was also project manager of the Krylatsky Hills business park for CMI Development. Before joining CBRE she worked as Associate Director of Strategic Consulting Department at Jones Lang LaSalle where she was responsible for development consultancy. She is a graduate of the State Academy of Finance and the State University of Land Use Planning.

Irina Nevrova has been appointed Director in the Global Corporate Services Department and a team leader of three consultants.
She will be responsible for developing relationships with local and international clients.
She has a decade's experience in commercial real estate, working previously at Cushman & Wakefield. She was also the head of legal projects for Greenpeace Russia. She holds LEED certification. Her responsibilities have included transactions, large-scale relocation and lease acquisitions. She has a Master's degree in International Public Law from Far Eastern State University in Vladivostok.

Goltsblat BLP

Dmitry Ilyin has joined the Real Estate and Construction Team at Goltsblat BLP. Before joining Goltsblat BLP he worked for seven years at Baker & McKenzie, most recently as Senior Associate. His experience includes counseling as part of greenfield and brownfield projects, tracing transactions for the acquisition and leasing of real estate, and legal support of design and construction. He has worked on the acquisition of an international airport, and the construction of hotels and medical centers as well as leasing premium office space. He is an alumnus of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation.

Jones Lang LaSalle

Martin Kienberger has joined the Tetris Solutions team, a subsidiary of Jones Lang LaSalle, as Managing Director in Russia and CIS.
He has more than 15 years of experience in the real estate market. He started his career with PKP Group in Austria where he worked on the rebuilding of an office area for insurance company Allianz Vienna. Since then he has worked for different companies, with a focus on Austria and Russia. Prior to joining Tetris Solutions he was a partner at GEHA construction and engineering.
He has worked on projects from townhouses and apartment to hotels and hockey arenas, as well as logistics, office, shopping and entertainment centers.

Shannon Quilty has joined the property management business of Jones Lang LaSalle as Head of the Retail Property Management Department, Russia & CIS.
She has international business and leadership experience with retail and real estate companies. She started building her career in 1990 in the USA and moved to Russia in 2007. Projects that she has managed range from major shopping centers in California, Turkey and in Russia (including Moscow, Yaroslavl and Novosibirsk).


Dmitry Sennychenko has been appointed Head of Country Office, Ukraine, for Jones Lang LaSalle.
He has more than 15 years' experience in the real estate and public sectors. Before joining Jones Lang LaSalle he was Expansion Director of investment & development company Eastgate Development, initiating start-up projects including Asia Trade & Technology Park and Kiev Business Harbour industrial park. Prior to that he was Managing Director of a British company Parkridge Development, responsible for shopping center projects in the major Ukrainian cities.

Tom Mundy joins Jones Lang LaSalle as head of research, where he will provide macroeconomic analysis and commentary to support business decisions in the real estate market. He joins from Otkritie Capital where he was head of equity strategy. Before that, he worked for Renaissance Capital. He has over 11 years of experience in the sphere of macroeconomic, political and investment analysis. He graduated from University College London, and took a Master's degree in Russian & east European studies at Oxford University.

Jones Lang LaSalle, Russia & CIS has made a number of promotions.

Alexey Kuchvalsky (Head of Office Agency),
Alexey Efimov
(Head of Corporate Solutions),
Kate McMurtrie
(Head of International Client Services, Corporate Solutions)
and Natalia Tischendorf (Head of Corporate Finance) are promoted to Regional Director.

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