Colliers International has recruited three graduates for its valuation, investment property management and commercial lease consultancy divisions in Manchester.
Emma Wall has joined the valuation team at Manchester and reports to associate director William Biggin. She achieved an honours degree in real estate from Reading University and was awarded the "most enterprising student" prize in her final year. Prior to being recruited by Colliers International, Wall worked at chartered surveyors North Rae Sanders in Coventry.
Jack Pinkney has joined the investment property management team reporting to associate director Julia Ruddock. Pinkney graduated from the University of the West of England in Bristol with an honours degree in property development and planning and went on to study urban regeneration and development at Manchester University.
Chris Ward joined the commercial lease consultancy division headed by Hellen Wallis. He graduated with an honours degree in business management from the University of Northumbria and gained a masters in real estate and property management from Salford University.
Andrew McFarlane, head of office, said: "At a time when dozens of graduates are chasing each and every career opportunity, our proven strategy of focusing on quality continues to reap rewards via the recruitment of talented individuals such as Emma, Jack and Chris. We very much look forward to helping them to develop their potential and careers with Colliers International."