David Green-Morgan

Global Capital Markets Research Director, International Capital Group


David Green-Morgan supports the worldwide capital markets teams, as well as the industry leading International Capital Group within JLL which focuses exclusively on cross border real estate capital movements.

David joined JLL in 2011 to take up the role as Global Capital Markets Research Director. David has experience of working with clients from all across the globe looking to invest in direct real estate. David is the author of the market leading Global Capital Flows report as well as countless thought leading papers and articles. David is also a regular on the speaking circuit at industry leading conferences and workshops globally.

Prior to joining JLL, David was head of Asia Pacific Research at DTZ, based in Sydney, where he ran a team of 50 researchers across 11 countries in the Asia Pacific region. David was also a member of the DTZ Asia Pacific management team.

David’s career in property strategy and research started at Investment Property Databank (IPD) in London where he account managed a number of the United Kingdom’s largest private sector pension funds including, British Petroleum, British Airways, The John Lewis Partnership and the Prudential.

David also spent time at the Welsh Development Agency and the Welsh Funding Councils where he was responsible for strategic initiatives across the higher education sector and managing foreign direct investment into Wales. In addition to being involved in a number of Public, Private Partnerships (PPP’s) David was also involved in the development, leasing and disposal of assets from the public sector into private ownership.

David is a graduate of London University and Aberystwyth University where he achieved a BA and MSc in Economics.

Blogs by  David

Will rising rates bring this investment cycle to an end?

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Global transactional volumes continued their period of growth in the second quarter growing by 9% over the first half of this year.  At half year transactional activity stands at US$333 billion almost 50% up on the same period just two years ago, demonstrating the attraction of real assets in this current cycle. The longer this […]