Well-known agribusiness identity Tim Lane has left the valuation industry, joining Elders’ national real estate division this week as state real estate manager Queensland and Northern Territory.
Mr Lane joins Elders with more than two decades of agribusiness investment experience, most recently with valuer Herron Todd White where he served as National director – agribusiness and advisory. Prior to that he had extensive experience with ANZ in the private banking division.
Mr Lane’s proven senior leadership experience, and success in leveraging the strengths of a reputable brand, will serve him well in his next career step with Elders.
Elders general manager of farmland agency and agribusiness investments, Mark Barber, said Mr Lane was a welcome addition to the company’s national rural real estate leadership team.
“Elders continues to grow on its already strong brand in the rural real estate space, led by an experienced and trusted team of agents with extensive understanding of the market at both national and local levels,” Mr Barber said.
“We are attracting excellent deals and great talent, as evidenced by our recent appointment of Mr Lane to lead the Queensland and NT business.”
State general manager for Queensland, Jamie Brogan, said Mr Lane was a trusted partner to his clients, and would add a distinct skill set to the team.
“Queensland and NT are unique and multifaceted regions with farming and pastoral clients who have diverse needs across a range of farming operations,” Mr Brogan said.
“With years of experience servicing clients throughout both areas, Mr Lane is uniquely placed to continue to provide the high-quality service that our clients have come to expect,” he said.
Mr Lane started in his new role on Monday.
Congratulations, Tim !!