Colliers names Tridiana Ong as new executive director of tenant representation

Ong has over 14 years of commercial real estate experience.

Professional services and investment management firm Colliers has announced the appointment of its new executive director, tenant representation, Tridiana Ong.

In the role, she will be tasked to expand the firm’s market share in Singapore.

Ong has over 14 years of commercial real estate experience and a proven track record in providing strategic transaction advisory services to various corporate occupier clients.

“She has developed a strong network and a deep understanding of occupiers’ challenges. With her extensive knowledge of the market and expertise in providing best-in-class real estate solutions, I am confident that Tridiana will accelerate the success of our clients,” said June Chua, Executive Director and Head of Tenant Representation, Singapore.

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