Global real estate advisor CBRE has appointed Graeme Rutter as executive director and head of investment advisory, part of CBRE capital advisors.
Rutter is joining CBRE from Schroder Real Estate Investment Management where he was head of its real estate capital partners division. Prior to Schroder, where he has been for the last 13 years, he was at Aviva and Savills.
Rutter will report to Richard Dakin, managing director and global head of capital advisors. He will succeed Tony Martin in the role, who will take on a new position as chairman of CBRE’s investment advisory team.
Martin said: 'We are delighted that Graeme is joining CBRE to continue to drive our investment advisory business forward.
'We always strive to give our clients a significant competitive advantage by delivering the best expertise and market intelligence and by becoming an extension of their own team.'
CBRE’s investment advisory team has advised on more than £1 bn (€1.2 bn) of lending and currently has over £2.3 bn of assets under advice and . Additionally, the team manages a number of regional impact funds.
Rutter added: 'I am delighted to be joining CBRE’s market leading capital advisors business and the best real estate platform in the world.
'I am looking forward to working with and developing the team to build on the existing strong track record of success, in an environment which brings together unrivalled real estate knowledge with first class financial expertise.'