Cushman reveals London line-up18 December 2015 – by David Hatcher
New roles and office moves revealed as post-merger integration gathers pace
- Head of London markets: Digby Flower
- London capital markets: James Beckham
- City capital markets: Martin Lay
- West End capital markets: Richard Womack
- City agency: Andrew Parker
- West End agency: Craig Norton
- Tenant representation: George Roberts
- Emerging London: Richard Howard
- Development: Zoe Bignell
- Development transactions: Robert Murphy
- Residential: Candice Matthews
- City office: Alistair Brown
- West End office: Andy Tyler
Cushman & Wakefield has allocated the top jobs within its 165-strong London business following its acquisition by DTZ.
The appointments (see above) come after every legacy Cushman & Wakefield equity partner in the London business signed contracts to bring their remuneration in line with the corporate structure employed by DTZ.
The company has also confirmed that its City teams will be consolidated into DTZ’s offices at 125 Old Broad Street, EC2, under the leadership of Alistair Brown.
The West End teams will jointly occupy the legacy C&W office at Portman Square, W1, and will be led by Andy Tyler.
The moves will take place early in the new year.
Digby Flower, who was previously confirmed as head of London markets, said the combination of the two teams had created a London business which has transacted more than £6bn of real estate in the past two years and has instructions on 11.8m sq ft of office space to lease going into 2016.
He said: “The legacy Cushman & Wakefield London business has more than doubled over the last two years and this will more than double its size again.”
DTZ completed the purchase of Cushman & Wakefield in September this year.
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