RICS names new members to its Americas board

Neil Shah

Regional Managing Director, Americas (RICS)

I’m pleased to announce the appointment of 3 new members to the Americas board. These eminent members will contribute to the development and growth of RICS in their respective regions and will work to enhance local member engagement.

The following three new member’s term begins immediately and runs until July 31, 2020. 

Join me in welcoming these members;

Eric Allen FRICS, Commissioner of Land Valuations, National Land Agency (Jamaica) 

Eric has over 25 years’ of experience in the field of property valuations within public sector, where he has worked since 1989. He holds an MPhil in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge and a BSc in Urban Estate Management from the University of Westminster.
Marie Noëlle Brisson FRICS, Senior Advisor, Thalia Development Company  

Noëlle brings a long track record in commercial real estate underwriting, investment and asset management in the US and Europe. She is an expert in real estate economics as a valuer, rating analyst, real estate loan special servicer, investor, issuer and lender. She held executive positions at Bank of America, Security Pacific Bank, EY, the World Bank, GMAC Commercial Mortgage, Standard & Poor and Cushman & Wakefield. While at S&P, where she headed Servicer Evaluations for EMEA, she focused on operational risks and transparency to investors, raising the bar for issuers’ pre-sales reports and servicers’ investor reporting.
Paul Campbell FRICS, Valuation and Customer Relations Director, Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (Ontario, Canada)  

Paul Campbell has over 26 years of experience in property assessment. He has held various positions with MPAC and Ontario’s Ministry of Finance with a focus on establishing valuation practice direction and valuation standards for non-domestic properties. He is a much sought after presenter both domestically and internationally on complex and unique property valuations. Paul has a BA from the University of Western Ontario and is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. 

All board members are appointed to three-year terms.Their duties include, but are not limited to;

  • Contribute to the ongoing development of RICS’ corporate strategy through the provision of regular market intelligence and insight from their perspective of the region; 
  • Ensuring that all activities undertaken are in line with RICS brand;
  • Comply with RICS' global approach to enforce and promote professional standards and guidance, along with membership entry competences.

Meet the full board.

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