Mark has a degree in Management Science from the University of Warwick and has held senior positions within a range of professional services businesses. Mark manages a research team of nine, including eight analysts. His current role services both internal and external clients, often with an international bias.
I am the the Chief Economist at global property advisors Colliers International based in London. I am a research economist identifying timely research topics and directing research and forecasting outputs.
I have over 20 years UK and European property industry experience and extensive expertise across a wide range of property sectors and related industries.
I participate regularly in industry panel discussions, but am focused more on direct client engagement with institutions, property companies, banks, and private investors. A regular media commentator, I have a wide range of national and broadcast experience.
I joined Colliers International in August 2007 after several years at a private property company where he was responsible for managing a mixed portfolio of London residential, retail and office assets.
Previously, I worked in a few London property advisory firms, a geodemographic company as well as a few youthful sojourns in the US offshore oil industry, local government and entertainment business.
I am an economics graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and received his PhD from the Faculty of Science at University College London. I am a member of Lambda Alpha International and the Society of Property Researchers.
Perhaps best known for my alternative take on property economics and investment, I am a keen proponent of UK regional development and infrastructure investment.
Guy has been a property research professional for 23 years and gained extensive knowledge of the UK and Global property markets. He has worked closely with a wide variety of major developers, landlords and occupiers in a consultancy capacity. Instrumental in supporting Hines' purchase of Brindleyplace for £200m, on which Colliers advised. He is now specialising in the London Office market using his extensive knowledge and experience to provide market leading insight into current occupier, investment and development trends.
I have more than 20 years experience working in the UK property industry and have an extensive background in UK property research, undertaking varied types of property and fund due diligence research over my career. At Colliers International, I lead our National Offices Research for Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol and the South East.
I am responsible for our quarterly reporting and statistical analysis of occupier trends in the major UK regional cities as well as bespoke analysis, consultancy and commentary on these markets. In addition to our quarterly reporting, I collect and analyse prime rental data for 63 towns and cities across the UK to produce our National Offices Rents Map.
Head of Industrial & Logistics Research working closely with the Research & Forecasting team whilst supporting the Industrial and Logistics teams nationally in providing research and advises to clients. Andrea leads on the division’s key research papers which include, but not limited to, the Industrial & Logistics Barometer and the UK Speculative Development Map – both of which have become key benchmark publications highly valued by UK investors and developers alike.
Information Officer with 17 years experience of working on a business information enquiry service, 15 years in the property industry.
Oliver is a Senior Economist in the Research and Forecasting department and leads the quarterly UK forecasting process including the publication of Colliers' Real Estate Investment Forecasts (REIF) report. He also authors the monthly Property Snapshot and recently launched quarterly Scotland Snapshot. Prior to joining Colliers, he worked for the Centre for Economics and Business Research and IHS Markit. Oliver holds a BA from Georg-August University Göttingen (Germany) and an MSc from Exeter University.