With the appointment of two new associates, property advisers Vail Williams LLP has bolstered its property asset management team.
Specialising in property and asset management, service charge and treasury management, lease management and facilities management, both Deborah Campbell and Stephanie Edwards have joined the 12-strong team, headed by Alexandra Finlayson as associates.
Campbell brings with her a wealth of experience from overseeing large institutional property portfolios worth over £1 billion, to the property and asset management of smaller client instructions.
She joins Vail Williams from commercial real estate and investment services firm, CBRE in London, where she spent five years as an associate covering the southern region.
Meanwhile, Edwards has joined from Surrey-based property management specialists Pearce & Company, and brings with her many years of expertise in the management of mixed-use developments acting for varied commercial portfolios containing retail, offices, industrial units and open storage yards.
Both Edwards and Campbell bring with them over 40 years’ experience in the field of property and asset management, joining the firm’s offices in Reading and Southampton respectively.
Alexandra Finlayson, head of property asset management at Vail Williams, and recent shortlisted entrant at the Business Magazine Women in Business Awards, said: “Deborah and Stephanie’s appointments come at a busy time for us, which has seen a raft of new client wins, as well as the expansion of existing work for key clients, including the University of Southampton Science Park (USSP)”.
Speaking of her appointment, Campbell commented: “Vail Williams is well known for its focus on client service, something which is incredibly important to me. I’m looking forward to working alongside Alexandra, Stephanie and the rest of the team to continue their good work.”
Edwards added: “I’ve followed the growth if Vail Williams for some time now, so to be part of the firm at this exciting time in their development, is a great opportunity.”