Announcements of forest management personnelSteve Wilton, of Masterton company Forest Enterprises, has initiated the latest stage of the company’s succession plan by handing the leadership to fellow Directors. Wilton is taking on the new role of Special Projects Director, retiring from his responsibilities as Managing Director.
Forestry Director Bert Hughes takes up the helm as CEO in addition to his forestry responsibilities. Graeme Tindall has been appointed Managed Investments Director, assuming much of Wilton’s investment related responsibilities. More >>.
Colliers International has also launched a specialist forestry sales service headed by New Zealand forestry broker, Warwick Searle. The new business line expands and strengthens Colliers International’s established rural services offering, which includes nationwide rural, agribusiness and viticulture sales, valuation and advisory services.
Mr Searle has transacted some of the biggest forestry deals in New Zealand, including the bulk of on-market forest sales in the last few years. He brings almost 10 years of rural sales experience to the role, much of that specialising in forest and forestry rights sales.
Mark Synnott, Chief Executive Colliers International New Zealand said that Mr Searle is ideally placed to lead the new forestry sales service. “Warwick is undoubtedly the top forestry broker in New Zealand. We’re delighted he has chosen to bring his broad experience, specialised knowledge, and excellent industry connections to Colliers International.” More >>.
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