Background and industry experienceNigel’s role is Head of the Restructuring. He is a RICS Registered Valuer and Law of Property Act Receiver being a Fellow of the Association of Property and Fixed Charge Receivers. Nigel has advised on over £100 million of stressed and, distressed commercial, industrial, residential and licensed and leisure property assets over the last five years alone.
Having qualified within a General Practice role at Weatherall Green & Smith, Nigel has more than 20 years’ experience at Bache Treharne, Knight Frank, Pepper Real Estate and most recently at Colliers international where he was Head of the Advisory and Restructuring service line across the Northern Region. He continues to provide bespoke advice on stressed and distressed property to owners and occupiers, major lending institutions, equity funds, loan services, national and regional developers, local authorities, accountants and solicitors across Yorkshire and Humberside region. He excels where there are complex problems involving multi-disciplinary service lines with an emphasis on asset valuation, management, development and agency. Drawing on this experience, he also regularly acts as an Independent Expert Witness in contentious valuations.
Nigel has two children and has lived in Doncaster with his wife since 2011. He is a lover of all types of music and enjoys attending live music events. Nigel also has a keen interest in many sports, sadly more watching than playing these days, and has previously been a (playing) Chairman of his local Cricket Club and still plays golf, being a member of a Doncaster Golf Club.
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Why did you join Fisher German?
The strong people culture and it being an exciting time in growth and evolution of Fisher German's Commercial business throughout the northern region.
Most admired, non-property brand?
Cricket (watching or playing) and attending live music events.
Best holiday destination?
South West Peloponnese, Greece.
One item to take to a desert island?
Solar powered satellite phone with my downloaded Spotify playlists.
Who would you like to be stranded in a lift with?
Sir Ian Botham