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McArthurGlen appoints new group managing director of leasing

Designer outlet group McArthurGlen has promoted Nick Brady to the role of group managing director of leasing. Previously regional leasing director, Brady’s new position will see… View Article

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McArthurGlen appoints new group managing director of leasing

Designer outlet group McArthurGlen has promoted Nick Brady to the role of group managing director of leasing.

Previously regional leasing director, Brady’s new position will see him being responsible for all brand acquisition and asset management for the group’s 25 designer outlets in Europe and Canada. This will include coordinating  the leasing strategy for McArthurGlen’s entire portfolio which generates €4.5 billion in annual sales.

He will report to McArthurGlen’s co-chef executive Susie McCabe and work in close partnership with the group’s executive team.

McCabe said: “The deep knowledge, passion and expertise that Nick has brought to McArthurGlen over the past 13 years has played a major role in our growth to becoming Europe’s leading designer outlet group. Together with his exceptional managerial skills, Nick’s first-class experience working with some of the world’s largest and most sought-after consumer brands makes him the ideal person to lead our leasing activities as we prepare our business for the future.”

McArthurGlen is getting set to open its seventh UK centre in the next few months in Cannock, subject to any lockdown restrictions. A joint venture between McArthurGlen, Aviva Investors and The Richardsons, McArthurGlen Designer Outlet West Midlands will feature international brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Reiss, Ted Baker, Calvin Klein, Adidas, Asics and Skechers.

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