George F White Recruit To Drive Business Development
Land and property specialists George F White have appointed a new investment director to drive business opportunity and growth.
Miles Crossley joins the firm following a 9 year career at Banks Group, where he left his business development position to take on a key new role at George F White.
Robyn Peat, Managing Partner at George F White, said: “Hiring Miles is a coup for us as he brings with him a wealth of relevant and specialist experience from his time in his previous role I have known Miles for many years, often acting against him on several land transaction cases and hold his knowledge and capability in the land and development sector in high regard. It’s great to have him on board.”
Crossley joined Banks Group in 2006 and rose through the ranks from a graduate recruit to a senior business development manager where he was responsible for the delivery of the development forward programme. His experience is varied, spanning many disciplines but with an emphasis on identifying opportunity early in both the property and energy sectors.
Speaking about his new role at George F White, Crossley said: “I’m very excited to join and share my experience with the George F White team. I have always had a lot of respect for the business and the people within it having watched its transformation over the past five years from a small rural firm to market leaders in all areas of property and business advice.”
“My role involves identifying individuals and organisations with capital to invest and helping them meet their objectives by advising them through often complex and challenging environments found within the land, property and energy sector. Coupled with this, I will be proactively identifying land with development potential unlocking value for landowers”
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