Australia’s largest independent valuation and property advisory firm has revealed its latest national strategic team appointment.
Herron Todd White (HTW) is pleased to announce renowned national executive and commentator Kevin Brogan will join the company as director of valuation policy and compliance.
This new role will see Mr Brogan head the quality assurance functions of HTW while also providing valuable analytical insight and public commentary on the property sector.
His appointment is a further step in building a strong corporate platform that leverages Herron Todd White’s extensive national reach and expertise.
Mr Brogan’s appointment comes after more than 11 years managing compliance at CoreLogic.
Herron Todd White chief executive officer Gary Brinkworth said HTW was thrilled to have one of Australia’s most respected property executives join its corporate team.
“Kevin’s appointment is an important step in our growth strategy,” Mr Brinkworth said.
“His appointment expands our capability across all regions building on the country’s most experienced and talented team of property professionals.
“This new director of valuation policy and compliance role demonstrates our commitment to, and investment in, quality advice across all clients and segments.
“Kevin brings almost 30 years’ experience to the position and will be an exceptional fit as part of Herron Todd White’s future strategy.
“Not only will he spearhead a new era in quality assurance for the firm, his formidable skills as an astute property commentator will continue to elevate our company’s reputation as Australia’s most experienced and respected property valuation and advisory firm.”
Mr Brogan’s biography includes three decades of property and valuation experience in both the UK and Australia, including 11 years at his most recent role as compliance manager at CoreLogic.
Mr Brogan also provides regular commentary to all media and has featured regularly in The Australian and the Australian Financial Review, as well as on Sky News.
In addition, Mr Brogan is the Residential Strategy Seat on the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Governing Council and has served as Chair of the API South Australian Committee.
He is a former city valuer for Adelaide City Council and commercial property valuer with Colliers International.