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C&W shakes up corporate structure

Cushman & Wakefield announced what it called “a significant realignmentˮ of its services within the United States to drive its investment and growth in the investor services sector.

A new U.S. Investor Services Group, which will be led by Shawn Mobley, will provide single point of contact and fully integrated solutions to property owners.
The Investors Services Group will be comprised of Capital Markets, Agency Leasing, and Asset and Property Management services.

John Santora
John Santora

“Both our institutional-owner clients and local investor/owners will benefit from this new group and the enhanced integration of our services,” said John Santora, president and CEO of corporate occupiers and investor services.

“This is a continuation of our focus on delivering a results oriented, client focused solution at Cushman & Wakefield through a team-based culture.”
Mobley, was previously the Central Area president and Chicago Market Leader for the firm.

Bill Magner, who has grown the firm’s East region over the past three years, will now lead all U.S. Markets, except the New York Tri-state Region.

Magner will work with Ron Lo Russo, president of the New York Tri-state region, and partner with Joe Cook, COO U.S. Markets, to provide consistency in the leadership, initiatives and continued cultural transformation of the firm’s 44 U.S. offices to an increasingly client-centric organization.

This portion of the realignment will provide greater regional authority in leading the combined businesses in the U.S., said the company.

“Our goal is to generate a culture of collaboration between service lines and geographies entirely focused on the client,” said Mr. Magner. “We will have a more unified approach for all aspects of the business and that approach will benefit our clients wherever they use our services.”

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