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Lendlease appoints Justin Gabbani as new CEO, Asia

Gabbani will take over from Tony Lambardo who will be the group’s new global CEO.

Lendlease today announced the appointment of Justin Gabbani as the Group’s Chief Executive Officer, Asia based in Singapore.

The appointment of Gabbani as CEO of Asia, follows current Asia CEO, Tony Lombardo, being appointed to the role of Group Chief Executive Officer Designate in February 2021.

Gabbani joined Lendlease in 2003 and most recently held the role of Chief Financial Officer, Asia. In this position,Gabbani was responsible for key functions across Asia including finance, investment & capital markets, research, and strategy.

Prior to this role, Gabbani held the role of Head of Investment & Capital Markets (Asia and Europe) responsible for investments, capital raising, investor relations, product development and research across both Asia and Europe. During his time with Lendlease, Justin has held various roles in the Investment Management and Development businesses.

Gabbani commences his new role on 1 June 2021. A selection process is underway for his successor.
 

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