Colliers appoints new head of Industrial Services for Singapore

Lynus Pook will be heading the division.

Lynus Pook will be serving as Colliers' head of Industrial Services for Singapore, the company announced. 

Pook will lead industrial occupier and capital markets transactions involving data centres, industrial, and logistics real estate in Singapore. The development of a long-term business strategy to grow business opportunities will also be one of his focuses going forward. 

Previously, he was senior director, Regional Industrial Advisory for Asia at Colliers. Pook joined the group in April 2021 from Cushman & Wakefield. He is also a Certified Data Centre Specialist and has more than 20 years of industry experience. Companies he also had a role in include Credit Suisse Beijing and Savills Singapore. 

Pook will work closely with WeiLeng Tang, Managing Director, Singapore and Michael Bowens, Head of Industrial, Asia. 

“Lynus is a well-regarded expert in the field of industrial real estate advisory, in particular, data centres. With his vast experience and expertise, I am convinced that he will be able to contribute significantly to our Industrial business in Singapore and beyond in the years to come,” commented Bowens. 

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