LOGOS appoints key hires for its new Green Data Centre business

Media
Monday 29th August 2022

LOGOS is pleased to announce the appointment of three key hires to support the growth of its Green Data Centre Business, based in Singapore. The most recent appointments complement LOGOS’ existing strong team as it continues to focus on delivering high-quality Data Centre solutions for its customers in APAC.

Paul Dwyer, Head of Data Centres

Paul Dwyer joins LOGOS as the Head of Data Centers. Mr Dwyer who will be based in Singapore, will be responsible for continuing LOGOS’ expansion into this growing sector, overseeing with the joint venture partners the acquisition, development and management of current and future projects.

Mr Dwyer brings more than 16 years of real estate experience across Asia, 10 years of which were in the data centre space in various capacities including brokerage, consultancy and in-house with a developer. He most previously spent four years with Equinix as a Senior Director leading the Development xScale (Asia Pacific) initiative, driving US$2.5 billion of acquisitions in Tokyo, Osaka, Sydney and Seoul.

Mr Dwyer said: “I am excited to join the LOGOS platform and look forward to addressing the secular demand we are seeing in this space through our strong regional presence and unique product offering alongside our capital partners.”

Ben Hudson, Head of Development, Data Centres

LOGOS has also welcomed Ben Hudson as Head of Development, Data Centres. Ben will work with LOGOS’ existing in-country teams, managing and supervising the delivery of datacentre projects in
accordance with LOGOS standards across all datacentre markets in which LOGOS operates.

Mr Hudson joins the team from Global Switch, where he served as the Development Director (Asia Pacific).

Kieran O’Flynn, Head of Customers, Data Centres

Kieran O’Flynn, who joined LOGOS last year as Head of Leasing SEA, has transferred to support the Data Centre business in a newly created role of Head of Customers, Data Centres. Mr O’Flynn’s focus will be on supporting customers’ entry, growth and expansion in the data centre sector, addressing their demand across the APAC region.

Prior to joining LOGOS, Mr O’Flynn was with JLL in the APAC Capital Markets team, focusing on Industrial real estate, which included data centre coverage for the region.

LOGOS Managing Director & Co-CEO, Trent Iliffe, said: “We are very pleased to have Paul, Ben and Kieran onboard to continue our focus on our Green Data Centre Business initiative and to work alongside our existing 420 plus strong employees to execute our approach of developing and investing into fully fitted data centres. The Green Data Centre Business is a key strategic initiative for LOGOS, and we envisage our combined regional real estate portfolio and in-country development expertise to be an effective one-stop shop solution for international data centre customers looking to grow in this developing region.”

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