Frasers Property appoints new GC
Diversified property group Frasers Property Australia has named a new general counsel, who will also join the group’s executive management team.
Cvet Trpeski (pictured) has been appointed as the new general counsel for Frasers Property, in what chief executive Anthony Boyd described as a “great outcome for the business, given Cvet’s significant experience and wisdom”.
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As part of her new role in leading the legal function for the group, Ms Trpeski will be responsible for the team that coordinates all legal work across the company’s development operations and investment portfolio, as well as corporate finance and other corporate compliance and risk management.
Her “extensive experience”, the group said in a statement, covers advice on acquisitions and disposals of residential, commercial, and retail property, development agreements, structured title developments, government partnerships, leasing, joint ventures, front and back-end construction, as well as property-related aspects of financing and corporate transactions.
“Cvet leads by example and our business relies on her strategic and pragmatic solutions which are aligned with our customer focus and our core values,” Mr Boyd said.
“From a cultural perspective, Cvet has set the tone in ensuring the legal team’s authentic engagement with the business and her leadership of the team over the past two years has delivered quality outcomes through a variety of complex transactions and risk management initiatives.
“Frasers Property congratulates Cvet on this significant promotion.”
Ms Trpeski has also joined the Frasers Property Australia executive management team.