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Allsop announces new equity partners

Allsop is delighted to announce the promotion of two employees to equity partner. Rob Austen (below, left) from Allsop’s residential valuation team and Alex Butler in the commercial investment department have both been invited to join the partnership.

Rob Austen imageRob joined Allsop in 2012 as a salaried partner. He was previously a director in the residential valuation team at Colliers International and prior to this, Associate Director in the valuation team at Jones Lang LaSalle.

With nearly 20 years of valuation advisory experience, he has become a driving force in the residential valuation team in London.

Alex Butler imageAlex Butler started his career at Allsop in the early 1990s working in the commercial auction team before joining CBGA, and then later GVA, where he was a director in the investment team.

In 2014 Alex returned home to Allsop as a salaried partner to establish and grow the Private Client Team (PCT). In the last year alone, PCT has been involved in 72 transactions worth over £240m.

Scott Tyler, Senior Partner of Allsop, said, “This is another historic day for the Allsop business.

‘The well-deserved elevation of Rob and Alex means we have made nine new equity partners in the two last years, demonstrating the strength of the business and commitment to driving our vision and the company forward.

“Alex has been instrumental in the success of the private client team. His undoubted knowledge, contacts and dedication have added a new dimension to the business, whilst Rob’s expertise and drive in developing and growing new and existing income streams will ensure the residential valuation team remains equipped to excel in this fast-moving sector.”

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May 30, 2018

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