By Mihaela Coste
Savills Studley named Brian Boyd as director in the firm’s global Consulting Services group. Based in Atlanta, he will focus on enhancing the firm’s consultative capabilities in the region and developing innovative, strategic solutions that align clients’ real estate portfolios with business and financial goals.
His specialized services include financial structuring, lease negotiation, transaction management and strategic planning. Boyd will continue to help occupiers gain measurable results as they navigate evolving market conditions and complex lease structures.
“Recruiting and retaining top talent is vital to the firm’s ethos of providing our clients dynamic, zealous representation and customer service,” said Chris White, EVP & Atlanta market leader, in a prepared statement. “Brian’s unique experience and pragmatic approach to tenant-focused advocacy not only aligns with Savills Studley’s model, but also offers immediate value to current and future clients.”
A Decade of Commercial Real Estate Experiences
Prior to joining Savills, Boyd worked with Cushman & Wakefield in Atlanta, where he also focused on tenant representation. He also has experience with some of the leading investment banks and other private equity firms and REIT’s, including Trimont Real Estate Advisors. With more than a decade of commercial real estate experience, Boyd managed more than 5 million square feet of transactions and provided transaction management and strategic consulting services for a portfolio comprised of approximately 400 locations across the country.
“It’s great to be a part of a team where everyone has the same focus. Savills Studley pioneered the tenant representation model and I look forward to building on that legacy in Atlanta,” said Boyd.
Savills Studley’s Atlanta office has grown to be the region’s premier commercial real estate firm solely focused on tenant representation and services for the past 20 years. The Atlanta location has seen increased revenues, numerous award recognitions and top talent acquisitions.
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