Matthews & Goodman is one of the UK’s leading specialist commercial property consultants. With offices in Manchester, Liverpool and London, they provide their clients with informed, impartial and independent advice on all commercial property issues.
Established in 1865, employing over 100 people, Matthews & Goodman has a proven track record in advising corporate occupiers, developers, lenders and owners.
Offices: Manchester, Liverpool, London (City), London (West End)
Matthews & Goodman appoint two new equity partners
Matthews & Goodman is investing in its operations in the North with the appointment of two new equity partners, Tim Austin and David Laws.
Manchester based David Laws has played a major role in building the firm’s National Business Space capability in the North West, as well as creating a higher profile for the team in Greater Manchester. David, who has over 20 years’ experience of the commercial property market, joined the firm in 2010. He has been instrumental in introducing a more integrated multi-disciplined approach to developing and implementing acquisition, management and disposal strategies for local and national clients.
Tim Austin, who splits his time between the Liverpool and Manchester offices, has proved a very successful catalyst for attracting new talent and winning a number of strategic accounts for the Property Management team. He joined the firm in 2015 and made an immediate impact – with both his effervescent character and a relentless drive to developing a business model which is now better placed to meet the specific needs of owners and occupiers in the North West.
James Routledge, equity partner and head of the Investment Team, commented: “Attracting new talent with the skills, enthusiasm, drive and infectious enthusiasm for building teams and the business is rare, therefore having done so twice bodes very well for our firm in the short, the medium and the long term”.
"Attracting new talent with the skills, enthusiasm, drive and infectious enthusiasm for building teams and the business is rare, therefore having done so twice bodes very well for our firm."
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