Post-Merger C&W Aims ‘To Remain Nimble’


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CHICAGO—With the merger between Cushman & Wakefield and DTZ now a done deal, global president Tod Lickerman tells, “Now that we’re big, our goal is to remain nimble.” By that he means “big enough to do whatever any client needs done anywhere, to be a major force in all the major markets” while also remaining “nimble and focused on outcomes and results.”

With global headquarters in Chicago and Americas headquarters in New York City, the combined Cushman & Wakefield is now one of the world’s largest real estate firms, counting a combined total of $5 billion in revenue, 43,000 employees worldwide, a management portfolio of more than 4.3 billion square feet and $191 billion in transaction value. Now owned by an investor group composed of TPG, PAG and OTPP, C&W will be led by chairman and CEO Brett White and Lickerman. First announced this past May, the $2-billion merger closed Tuesday evening…

Post-Merger C&W Aims ‘To Remain Nimble’

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