Property expert Stuart Low joins Ryden as investment partner

Property expert Stuart Low joins Ryden as investment partner

Head of investment Ken Shaw, newly appointed investment partner Stuart Low, and managing partner Alan Gilkison

Commercial real estate firm Ryden has appointed Stuart Low as the new investment partner for its Glasgow operations.

With over two decades of proficiency in the Scottish commercial property market, Mr Low previously led the capital markets team at Graham + Sibbald and served as an associate director at Cushman & Wakefield.

Mr Low has an impressive reputation for advising on some of Scotland’s most notable investment deals, working with a broad client base including private individuals, private equity firms, and institutional investors. He has consistently demonstrated an ability to provide the sound advice, deliver results and add value and returns to his clients.

Ken Shaw, head of investment at Ryden, said: “We are pleased to welcome Stuart to our office in Glasgow and our wider investment group. He’s a team player and his expertise will perfectly complement the firm’s existing service lines in the city to enhance the service to our clients.

“The investment property market is presently challenging but will continue to offer exciting prospects and attract substantial interest from both domestic and international investors. We look forward to working with Stuart to leverage these opportunities to the benefit of our clients and Ryden.”

Mr Low added: “It is an exciting time to be joining Ryden, a firm that consistently demonstrates its commitment to providing the best advice, always tailored to its clients’ specific needs and business goals.

“My experience has given me a deep understanding of the market’s complexities and opportunities, and I’m eager to contribute to the firm’s growth plans and ongoing success.”

Ryden has also announced the promotions of Daniel Stalker to associate within the Aberdeen agency team and Scott Farquharson to senior surveyor in the Glasgow agency team.

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