Daniil Vladov, Associate Director has been appointed Head of Jones Lang LaSalle's Representative Office in Kiev, Ukraine.
This follows the departure of Peter Honey, who has returned to Jones Lang LaSalle's London office to support the growth of a firm's European Corporate Solutions business.
Daniil takes over day-to-day management responsibility for the office and will also head the firm's ongoing business development and client relationship activities. Daniil, who is well known in the local business community for his retail market knowledge, will help drive the growth of the business at a time when the firm is committed to maintaining its presence in Ukraine and supporting the leading market players in their activities.
Daniil has been with the firm for two years previously heading the Retail Department, which is one of Jones Lang LaSalle's core business lines in Ukraine.
He graduated from Kiev Institute for Foreign Relations.
In the same firm, German Panikar, Associate Director, will continue to focus on Capital Markets business, which is a central part of the long-term business strategy in Kiev, and will continue to be responsible for managing relations with foreign and Ukrainian investors.
German has been working in Jones Lang LaSalle since autumn 2007 and gained reputation of a reputable market expert. He has more than 12 years of professional experience in finance and investing, including nine years of solid experience in real estate.
German graduated from Shevchenko University, International Economics faculty. He holds a Ph.D in Investments and ACCA Diploma in International Financial Reporting.
As the two senior members of the Ukrainian team, Daniil and German will work together to continue to drive Jones Lang LaSalle's business whilst General Director responsibilities for the business are being transferred to Moscow. This will allow the firm to manage the business finances and keep the administrative workload to a minimum.
Mark Jagger, Managing Director, Jones Lang LaSalle, CIS region says: "This is an important step up for Daniil and we will be providing our full support from Moscow and elsewhere in the region. This is an important reorganization of our business in Ukraine. Both Daniil and German are playing a key role in helping maintain a stability in our business and drive our long given term ambitions. Both are valuable experienced business leaders with key roles to play in creating our continued success in Ukraine".