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Greg Hyland

Head of Capital Markets, Asia Pacific

Greg Hyland is the Head of Capital Markets, Asia Pacific for CBRE. Based in Singapore, he is responsible for all of CBRE’s Capital Markets teams across the region.

Asia Pacific

Capital Markets

Greg Hyland Head of Capital Markets Asia Pacific
Capital Markets

He is accountable for the day-to-day management of all Capital Markets businesses and operations including real estate investment sales and debt and structured finance, across North Asia, South East Asia and India, and Pacific. Throughout his career, Greg has positioned himself as one Asia Pacific’s leading Capital Markets professionals and established deep relationships with some of the world’s leading real estate investors. In the past five years, he has advised on more than $10 billion of real estate transactions.


He has over 18 years of Capital Markets experience specializing in China, Singapore and Australia. Prior to joining CBRE, Greg served as Head of Capital Markets, Singapore for JLL. He also held a variety of executive roles at this firm, including Regional Director of Asia Capital Markets in Singapore and Head of Investment in Shanghai.

Credentials & Education

Greg holds a Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Property Economics) from Queensland University of Technology, Australia.

Representative Transactions


  • Capital Square, Singapore, USD 340m – 50% interest

  • Jurong Point, Singapore, USD1.6B

  • Asia Square Tower 1, Singapore, USD 2.45b

  • Asia Square Tower 2, Singapore, USD1.56b

  • Chevron House, Singapore, USD500m

  • China Town Point, Singapore, USD 390m

  • I12 Katong, Singapore, USD 270m

  • 77 Robinson Road, Singapore, USD 525m

  • 71 Robinson Road, Singapore, USD 481m

  • Manulife Centre, Singapore, USD 411m

  • Surbana Jurong Campus, Singapore, USD 288m

  • Duo, Singapore, USD1.15B

  • POS Plaza, Shanghai, China, USD 240m

  • Shanghai Racquet Club & Apartment, China, USD 45m

  • 21st Century Tower, Shanghai, China, USD 75m

  • Goodman China Industrial Portfolio, Shanghai, China, USD 125m

  • INCITY retail mall portfolio, China, USD 300m

  • Jia Rui International Tower, Shanghai, China, USD 296m

  • Tianxing Roosevelt Mall, Dalian, China, USD 335m

  • Waterfront Place, Shanghai, China, USD 135m

  • Ocean Towers, Shanghai, China, USD 305m

  • Jinqiao Life Hub, Shanghai, China, USD 432m - 80% interest

  • Jinqiao Life Hub, Shanghai, China, USD 900m

  • Central Plaza, Shanghai, China, USD 269m

  • Nanjing IFC, Nanjing, China, USD 406m

  • Galleria Chengdu, Chengdu, China, USD 86m - 50% interest

  • Galleria Chengdu, Chengdu, China, USD 240m

  • 175 Liverpool Street, Sydney, Australia, USD 405m

  • The District, Melbourne (formerly Harbour Town), Australia, USD 35m equity JV

  • 9 Harris Street, Sydney, Australia, USD 70m equity JV

  • Valley Heart Portfolio, Brisbane, Australia, USD 20m equity JV

  • Health & Forestry, Brisbane, Australia, USD 50m equity JV

  • Homemaker Centre, Sydney, Australia, USD 35m equity JV

  • The Complex, Brisbane, Australia, USD 85m equity JV

  • Post Office Square, Australia, USD 90m

Greg Hyland Head of Capital Markets Asia Pacific
Capital Markets