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Malcolm Horne

Malcolm Horne

Malcolm is the Group CEO of Broll Property Group, a leading commercial property services provider operating across Sub Saharan Africa. He joined Broll in March 2003 and was promoted from being Managing Director of Property Management to Group CEO in August 2010. Malcolm is a director of Broll’s subsidiary companies throughout Africa and is also a director of the South African Council of Shopping Centres and an immediate past director of SAPOA.

With his legal background and under Malcolm’s leadership, Broll has built up a great team and has relentlessly followed a strategy to establish a presence across sub-Saharan Africa. Today, the group operates and provides a full bouquet of services in eight countries and works in a further nine African countries with the ultimate end goal of opening offices in these countries with local partners. Broll currently employs 1400 property specialists, with 300 staff operating beyond South Africa’s boarders.

Broll manages third party assets worth $10 billion, of which $2 billion is outside of South Africa’s borders. Assets under management exceed 15 million sqm. The group has enjoyed a 10 year affiliate partnership arrangement with the world’s largest property services provider CBRE.

What excites Malcolm most about Africa are the people of Africa. “Our business is to empower local people situated in their country of origin. There are vast opportunities for the property industry with the massive infrastructure development plans across the continent which will see Africa being the continent of growth into the future,” he says.

“At the heart of all we do is the love for the African people and our passion to see Africa develop and take its rightful place on the international stage. While each country is different – with its own opportunities and challenges – Africa is an exciting place to be and is most definitely positioning itself for future growth,” says Malcolm.

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