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Sant’ Albano among top Cushman talent promoted in reshuffle

By Carlo
Sant’ Albano

Cushman & Wakefield announced promotions and appointments of key Americas management positions to elevate top talent and more closely align the firm with client needs.

“Cushman & Wakefield has fantastic leadership depth and key to our culture is the ability for talent to flow to where the opportunities exist to best serve our clients,” said Tod Lickerman, Chief Executive Americas.

“Each of these exceptional leaders is looking forward to their new challenges and to fully engaging with our clients to solve their strategic needs.”

Carlo Sant’Albano has been named Chief Executive, Capital Markets and Investor Services, Americas, and will lead the service line with a focus on continuing to deepen the firm’s Capital Markets relationships with its clients.

Sant’Albano also will retain his role as Chief Executive, Global Capital Markets and Investor Services, helping to lead and co-ordinate Cushman & Wakefield’s global efforts in Capital Markets.

He previously has held the positions of CEO of Cushman & Wakefield, Chairman of Cushman & Wakefield and CEO of Exor, SA. Noble Carpenter, President, Capital Markets and Investor Services, and Janice Stanton, Executive Managing Director, International Capital Markets, will continue reporting to Sant’Albano.

Joe Stettinius has been named Executive Vice Chairman, Strategic Investments, Americas.

In this role, Stettinius will focus on creating a pipeline of accretive acquisition opportunities for the company, as well as other strategic investment and client related transactions.

Stettinius has been a major driver in the firm’s success to date, playing a pivotal role in the planning, preparation, and execution of the merger of Cassidy Turley and DTZ, where he served as CEO of Cassidy Turley, then CEO of the Americas for DTZ; and the merger of Cushman & Wakefield and DTZ, where he served as CEO, Americas.

Cushman & Wakefield’s West Region has expanded with the addition of new growth markets — Washington, Utah and Nevada.

Andrew McDonald has been named President, West Region. He was previously Executive Managing Director and Regional Managing Principal for Greater Los Angeles/Orange County,.

Dan Broderick has been named Regional Managing Principal, Northern California. In his previous role, he headed Cushman & Wakefield’s seven offices in San Diego County and Phoenix.

Mike Smith has been named Managing Principal, San Diego and Mexico. He was previously president of CBRE’s Northwest Region, overseeing all operations of 17 corporate offices across five states.

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