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  • Rolls-Royce Appoints Cushman & Wakefield on Global Mandate

    Power Systems giant Rolls-Royce has appointed Cushman & Wakefield to an expanded role supporting its global property requirements following a competitive tender process. 
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  • Matthew Bouw Named APAC Regional CEO

    SINGAPORE, 30 November 2017 – Cushman & Wakefield today announced the appointment of Matthew Bouw as its new Chief Executive Officer for Asia Pacific. Brett White, Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Chief Executive Officer said, “Matthew brings over 20 years of experience and insight to the Chief Executive Officer role in Asia Pacific, a critical growth region for Cushman & Wakefield globally. In partnership with the high calibre leadership team in the region, he will lead a business that has more than 7,000 employees operating across nine key markets in the region (excluding Greater China).”

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  • Hong Kong Is World’s Most Expensive Office Location

    Hong Kong has replaced London’s West End as the most expensive office market in which to accommodate staff, according to new research from Cushman & Wakefield.  
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  • New Bond Street Overtakes Champs Élysées to Become World’s Third Most Expensive Shopping Street

    Soaring rents have seen London’s New Bond Street rise to become the world’s third most expensive retail street, while New York’s Upper 5th Avenue and Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay retain their first and second place rankings, according to Cushman & Wakefield.
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  • Enterprise coworking set to take off in Tokyo and APAC

    Enterprise coworking has the potential to grow and eventually comprise 20-40% of coworking space. In addition, the concept sits well in Japan where the fostering of startup entrepreneurship remains a crucial part of Abe’s third arrow to sustain the country’s economic revival.

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  • Workplace Visionary Despina Katsikakis Joins Cushman & Wakefield

    Cushman & Wakefield has appointed Despina Katsikakis, the industry-leading expert on the impact of the workplace on business performance, to a full-time role advising the firm’s clients.
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  • ‘Walkie Talkie’ acquired by LKKHPG for UK record £1.2825 billion

    Cushman & Wakefield advises on landmark acquisition which sets a new UK record for a single office transaction.
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  • Global Office Forecast: Is the World Overbuilding?

    Across the globe, an unprecedented office building boom is underway with more than 700 million square feet (MSF) of space under construction that will deliver between now and the end of 2019, Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Office Forecast reports.
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  • Wellbeing’s Impact On Offices Too Fundamental To Ignore, Says Report

    Developers and landlords who invest to create offices that embody the occupier-driven focus on wellbeing will reap their rewards commercially, while those that don’t face diminishing returns, according to a new report from Cushman & Wakefield. 
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  • Betting on Asia Pacific’s Next Core Cities

    In its latest research report, Cushman & Wakefield selected the next core and emerging markets in the region that will remain relevant and dominant over the next five to ten years.

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    The inaugural C&W Japan CIO (Chief Investment Officer) Conference was held in Tokyo on 21st April 2017.

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  • Global real estate investment volumes to hit USD1.39 trillion in 2017

    Global real estate investment volumes are expected to hit USD1.39 trillion in 2017, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s The Atlas Summary 2017.
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  • $435bn of new capital targets commercial real estate

    The amount of new capital available for global real estate investment in 2017 stands at $435bn – a small drop on last year’s peak but the second-highest figure recorded since 2009, according to research from Cushman & Wakefield.
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  • Greater China to adopt “Cushman & Wakefield"

    Greater China to adopt “Cushman & Wakefield” to align with company’s global branding

    Shanghai,February 6, 2017—— Cushman & Wakefield, a global leader in commercial real estate services, announced that effective from today, the company will adopt “Cushman & Wakefield” in Greater China as the English corporate name to align with their global branding. Together with other cities around the world, the firm will be celebrating 100 years of Cushman & Wakefield this year.

    Brand name in English: Cushman & Wakefield
    Brand name in Chinese: 戴德梁行
    At the beginning of the merger, the company operated under the co-branded name of DTZ/Cushman & Wakefield in the Greater China to embody the history and underscore the significance of both brands in the market. Thanks to the joint efforts of all involved, the company has successfully integrated in an organized and smooth manner. More importantly, the employees have unified and developed into a mature and efficient team through continuous collaboration, and the clients have gained a more profound understanding of the size, professionalism and strength of the new company. These results are extremely encouraging.
    Edward Cheung, Chairman, Asia Pacific Board & Chief Executive, Greater China, said: “With the trustworthy global brand and a more concise corporate image, we are confident that we will continue to be the best and deliver outstanding business in Greater China. Leveraging our international platform, professional teams and cross-border resources, Cushman & Wakefield will continue to deliver excellent services to maximize the benefits for our clients.”

    About Cushman & Wakefield
    Cushman & Wakefield is a leading global real estate services firm that helps clients transform the way people work, shop and live. The firm’s 43,000 employees in more than 60 countries provide deep local and global insights that create significant value for occupiers and investors around the world. Across Greater China, there are 20 offices servicing the local market. Cushman & Wakefield is among the largest commercial real estate services firms with revenues of US$5 billion across core services of agency leasing, asset services, capital markets, facility services, global occupier services, investment & asset management, project management, tenant representation and valuation & advisory. To learn more, please visit


    For further information, please contact:
    Mandy Qian, Director, Marketing & Communications, Greater China
    Tel: 86 10 8519 8040

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  • Cushman & Wakefield Appoints Christopher Browne for Asia Pacific Role

    Cushman & Wakefield announced today the appointment of Christopher Browne as Managing Director of Global Occupier Services (GOS), Asia Pacific. Based in Singapore, Mr. Browne leads a team of over 6,000 GOS professionals across 14 countries in the region and will be responsible for driving growth and momentum across the GOS business in Asia Pacific. 
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