CBRE announces further substantial strengthening of its Moscow Capital Markets team by the appointment of Andrey Morozov as a Director within Capital Markets Department.
Andrey will continue to strengthen the leading position of CBRE in the investment market, particularly in the office segment and in St. Petersburg’s market.
Andrey Morozov has over 10 years’ experience in commercial real estate and investment consulting. The total volume of the deals that were closed under Andrey’s management is over $500 mln.
Prior to CBRE, Andrey worked at St. Petersburg’s financial markets and investments in the Moscow office of JLL. One of his recently closed transactions is the sale of a Class A logistics complex in St. Petersburg (TLC "Module – South").
Andrey started his career in the St. Petersburg office of Knight Frank where he worked as a consultant on one of the first investment transactions in the market involving foreign investment - Sponda. Andrey also worked as a Senior Investment Manager and a Director of real estate departments in several Russian companies, focused on private equity investments. Andrey has many years experience not only in the Russian real estate market, but also in the markets of Eastern and Western Europe.
Andrey graduated from St. Petersburg State University, faculty of international relations and also received second higher education at Saint-Petersburg Engineering-Economic University majoring in Finance and credit. He is a candidate for the CIMA qualification.
Irina Ushakova, Senior Director, Head of Capital Markets Department, CBRE in Russia, commented:
“I am very pleased that Andrey has joined our team. Andrey’s vast experience in capital markets will help us to continue the development and reinforcement of our leading position in the investment market in all its segments. The market is challenging now and sometimes unpredictable, but we definitely see the interest in real estate projects from both local and foreign investors, and we expect the increase in the total volume of property investment market in the short term."