Valued: Mr Ramsay. Photo: Facebook
A rising star of Sydney's commercial property industry has died in Vietnam while on a work trip with the global property firm CBRE.
Rohan Ramsay, 32, died early on Thursday while attending an awards event with the company.
The cause of his death is unclear but it is understood there were no suspicious circumstances and that he was found near the pool of his hotel.
Mr Ramsay, a former student of The King's School, had worked with CBRE for almost a decade.
This month CBRE said Mr Ramsay was selling a $55 million Mirvac development in Surry Hills, including The Winery restaurant.
It is understood Mr Ramsay was married last year.
Friends and family have been posting condolences on his sister Emma's Facebook page. ''Your brother was just the best! Stay strong and remember all the wonderful times you have both shared together,'' one said.
CBRE's president and chief executive in Australia and New Zealand, Tom Southern, said Mr Ramsay, who also studied at the University of Western Sydney and Maquarie University, would be missed.
"Rohan was a highly valued member of our team. He had many friends within CBRE and among our clients and was incredibly well liked and respected,'' Mr Southern said.