C&W’s New Corporate Identity
Cushman & Wakefield announced Wednesday the successful completion on September 1 of the merger between Cushman & Wakefield and DTZ.
The new Cushman & Wakefield has a combined total of $5 billion in revenue, 43,000 employees, more than 4.3 billion square feet under management, and $191 billion in transaction value. Cushman & Wakefield will be led by Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Brett White and Global President Tod Lickerman. Cushman & Wakefield is owned by an investor group composed of TPG, PAG, and OTPP.
“This is a game-changing event in commercial real estate,” said Mr. White. “Both legacy firms had been aggressively growing their respective platforms and deepening their reach into the market with new acquisitions and talent. Now we have the opportunity to see these ambitions come together – capturing the momentum in the market and clearly claiming our position at the top of the industry.”
Cushman & Wakefield now operates in more than 60 countries around the world and is well positioned in every major market for continued growth. The new Cushman & Wakefield is a top-tier global commercial real estate services provider in every service line and every major geography in the world. With a tenacious, entrepreneurial, and client-centric culture of highly skilled people behind both firms, the new company will be able to tap into greater resources worldwide to ultimately deliver superior results for clients.
Mr. Lickerman said, “The completion of the merger is a historic leap forward, but it isn’t the end of our journey. Today is an important milestone that propels us into a future rich with opportunity for our clients, our people, and our company.”
“The formation of the new Cushman & Wakefield is the next chapter in the most exciting growth story in the real estate industry,” said David Bonderman, TPG Founding Partner. "TPG is excited to partner with Brett and his management team as they continue to grow the business.”
Cushman & Wakefield has built a team that will provide the experience, management skill, business acumen, and client-service expertise necessary to bring an aggressive growth strategy and global platform to life. The new leadership has developed an operating model to organize and mobilize for clients locally, regionally, and globally.
“I am confident that our people, armed with exceptional resources and the excitement of being in the center of this powerful evolution of our industry, will deliver a level of service and quality to our clients equal to the very best our industry has to offer,” said Mr. White.
- Brett White – Chairman & CEO
- Tod Lickerman – Global President
- John Santora – Global Chief Operating Officer & Global Chief Integration Officer
- Duncan Palmer – Global Chief Financial Officer
- Brett Soloway – Global General Counsel
- Matthew Bouw – Global Chief Human Resources & Strategy Officer
- Adam Stanley – Global Chief Information Officer
- Joe Stettinius – Chief Executive Americas
- John Forrester – Chief Executive EMEA
- Edward Cheung – Chairman APAC Board & Chief Executive Greater China
- Stuart Roberts – Chief Executive APAC
Service Line Leadership
- Carlo Barel di Sant’Albano – Chairman EMEA and Chief Executive Global Capital Markets & Investor Services
- Steve Quick – Chief Executive Global Occupier Services
- John Busi – President Valuation & Advisory, Americas & Global Practice Lead
- Paul Bedborough – President, C&W Services
- Chris Cooper – Chief Executive, DTZ Investors