Yuhu Group Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Tobin as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Mr Tobin brings a wealth of leadership experience to the position with a great depth of knowledge across local government, property investment, development and management as well as financial management and stakeholder engagement.
Most recently he served as General Manager with a major property development and investment company and led various projects and notable acquisitions in Sydney.
Prior to this, Mr Tobin held numerous senior roles with various local councils across Sydney in an exceptional local government career that spanned three decades.
He served as General Manager of Willoughby City Council between 2007 and 2014 where he successfully completed a $300 million capital works program and oversaw the delivery of The Concourse, a landmark entertainment and performing arts precinct in the heart of Chatswood on Sydney’s lower north shore.
He was also Director of Council Services with Leichhardt Municipal Council and served in finance roles with Mosman, Gosford and Sydney City councils and between 1993 and 1996 was a private consultant advising local government and other public-sector clients.
Mr Tobin holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Technology, Sydney; a Bachelor of Business specialising in local government administration and a Diploma in Shopping Centre Management from the Australian Property Council.
In 2007 he also completed the University of Melbourne Asialink Business Leadership Program.
Mr Tobin joins Yuhu Group Australia, a predominantly Australian-owned family business, during an active growth phase for the company and brings a strong track record of innovative leadership to the role together with invaluable local government knowledge.
“It’s an exciting time to be joining and helping to lead such a diverse organisation as Yuhu Group Australia with its strong existing asset base and positive vision for transformation in and around Sydney and beyond,” he said.