Alec Monaghan joined CBRE’s East Brunswick office in 2011 as a First Vice President in the Global Workplace Solutions. With 27 years of experience in commercial and industrial real estate, Alec has a proven track record in providing strategic portfolio solutions to multinational corporations, including major acquisitions and dispositions and the re-positioning of assets to achieve maximum value. He possesses strong analytical, written and negotiating skills and the ability to manage multi-disciplinary teams.
Prior to joining CBRE, Alec worked at Strategic Realty Advisors in Philadelphia, where he was responsible for identifying, acquiring and overseeing new development opportunities. Previous to that he held the position of Managing Director of Global Accounts at Binswanger Company, where he developed new corporate accounts both domestically and internationally and transacted their real estate business across the globe. He also spent more than 20 years at Cushman & Wakefield, with seven of those in Asia and Europe, specializing in corporate services, business development, cross-border consultancy, valuations, leasing and sales transactions.
Professional Affiliations / Accreditations
- CoreNet Global
- Temple University, M.B.A. in Real Estate Finance
- London School of Economics, Courses in Economics and Political History
- Trinity College, B.A. in Economics
Partial Transactions List
Ericcson - Mexico City - Developed & implemented disposition strategy for corporate HQ facility
Pearson, plc - London - Consolidated corporate HQ & back-office publishing location into new building in West End. Significant cost savings achieved.
WPP Group - Hong Kong - Retained to devise & implement real estate strategy in Hong Kong. Significant cost savings achieved
Boeing - Europe, Middle East and Africa - Account Manager for numerous lease acquisitions
Citigroup - London - Secured exclusive agency to represent disposition; established an acquisition and disposition strategy for European portfolio
- Bausch & Lomb
- Bristol-Myers Squibb
- Ernst & Young
- Mellon Bank
- Morgan Stanley
- Northrop Grumman
- Pearson, plc
- Pulse Electronics
- Shearman & Sterling