Yvonne Smith



London (West End)

Contact Yvonne

T: +44 (0)207 333 6297

E: [email protected]

Yvonne is a Partner in our Portfolio and Asset Management (PAM) team based in London.
She is a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and joined the firm
in the Summer of 2017 bringing over 35 years’ of experience in Portfolio and Asset Management.

Having worked with a range of organisations which include Helix Property Advisors, RNIB, J P Morgan, The Worshipful Company of Mercers and two local authorities she has worked client side and agency side.

With her two partners she has set up a new business centre that provides clients with a service prior to acquisition and then follow-up services beyond purchase.

The team provide pre-acquisition advice, due diligence and on-boarding of investments (single let, multilet, all regions all sectors of commercial property). During Gerald Eves stewardship Yvonne will seek opportunities to add value, maintain value and cash flow through thorough rent collection, ensuring compliance of the fabric of the building and importantly providing an investment that is always ‘sale ready’ should the client wish to liquidate at any point.

Specific experience

Yvonne has been in a leadership role for some time spinning many plates to ensure teams bring together their talents, differences, experiences and knowledge to create the best outcome for all stakeholders be they clients, colleagues, tenants or the wider professional team.

This has produced significant successes whilst advising the Daily Mail Pension Fund, six AIB Belfry Funds, high net worth individuals and private offices for example The Bank of Kuwait. Within these funds Yvonne was instrumental in increasing capital value year on year through aggressive asset management and selective purchase and sales strategies.
This has been achieved by building strong relationships and communicating with investors in plain English, providing support from an accepted offer to a mobilised site with minimal fuss and a no nonsense approach.