Andrew is skilled in forging strong relationships and developing industry-leading management processes to ensure outstanding deliverables to clients.
Andrew Wise is LAWD’s Operations Manager for its valuation business and holds more than 15 years of experience within the industry. During this time, Andrew has gained significant expertise in performance management, quality assurance, and process management.
At LAWD, Andrew manages its national valuation program, and is responsible for liaising with key stakeholders such as banks on panel management, quality assurance and risk management, and day-to-day operations.
Andrew has worked across the private and government sectors, including most recently as a national rural valuation panel manager for Australia’s largest rural lender, National Australia Bank. His experience is backed by several qualifications, including holding positions as a Certified Practicing Valuer and an Associate of the Australian Property Institute (AAPI), a Graduate Diploma in Property from the University of South Australia coupled with a Bachelor of Agricultural Economics from the University of New England.
With extensive experience in panel management and acting as an intermediary between internal stakeholders and panel valuers, Andrew is skilled in forging strong relationships. Throughout his career he has been pivotal in developing industry-leading panel management processes and valuation firm reporting, to ensure the timely delivery of quality reports.
Andrew has made several notable contributions to the agriculture and valuation industries, including his work with the NSW API Country Conference 2022 Committee, the API Working Group on Carbon Projects Guidance Paper, and the Technical Information Paper on the Market Value of Rural and Agribusiness Properties. He also regularly presents at API events and to other groups on the expectations banks place on rural valuation reports.
- Associate of the Australian Property Institute (AAPI)
- Certified Practicing Valuer
- Graduate Diploma in Property, University of South Australia
- Bachelor of Agricultural Economics, University of New England