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Valuations firm elevates 14 from within for FY25

By Staff Reporter
08 July 2024 | 11 minute read
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Coinciding with the beginning of a new financial year, a national independent property valuation firm has revealed a multitude of employee promotions.

M3 Property has promoted 14 of its staff into more senior positions – most notably a new director of rating and taxation and a new director of retail.

Georgia McKay will be moving into the role of director, rating and taxation, in Victoria, while Andrew Cash has been elevated into the role of director, retail, in NSW.


Other new appointees include an associate director, managing valuers, senior valuers, senior valuation analysts, and a people and culture partner.

Weighing in on the appointments, M3 Property acting chief executive Andrew Duguid said the firm is “proud to celebrate the achievements of our employees across the country, and to acknowledge individuals annually through our promotions and leadership programs”.

The full list of promotions is as follows:

Georgia McKay - director, rating and taxation, Victoria

Andrew Cash - director, retail, NSW

Harry Drummond - associate director, litigation and acquisition, Victoria

Boyd McGuigan - managing valuer, specialised assets, NSW

Sam Dimento - managing valuer, residential development, NSW

Nicholas Gibson - managing valuer, rating and taxation, Victoria

Joseph Brasacchio - managing valuer, residential development, Victoria

Anthony Vrlic - senior valuer, residential development, NSW

Harry Dehne - senior valuer, specialised assets, Victoria

Brian Wong - senior valuer, health, Victoria

Jessica Xiong - senior valuation analyst, residential development, NSW

Xavier Ross - senior valuation analyst, litigation and acquisition, Victoria

Raff Waller - senior valuation analyst, commercial, Victoria

Fernanda Ramos - partner, people and culture, Victoria

“Congratulations to all of those who have been promoted this year, as well as all our valued people across the business,” Duguid continued.

“We thank and recognise all our people for their ongoing contribution to our continued success.”

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