C&W Bristol makes International Partner promotion
Cushman & Wakefield has made eight promotions to International Partner across EMEA in its latest round of promotions. These follow a record 142 promoted to Partner and Associate/Associate Director across the region in April.
Based in the UK, France, the Netherlands and Spain, the latest employees to achieve promotion to the senior level are spread across Cushman & Wakefield’s service lines.
Nick Allan who heads up the Capital Markets team in Cushman & Wakefield’s Bristol office is among those promoted. Nick joined the business (then DTZ) in 2002 and led the regional investment team covering the Midlands and South West from 2009.
He has been involved in some of the most significant development and investment transactions in the region, including the sale of: 10 Canons Way, Bristol (£95m), Accolade Park Bristol (£62m), Roseberry Place Bath (£48m), Premier Inn Hotel Bristol (£18m) and Sawclose Bath (£19m).
Colin Wilson, Cushman & Wakefield’s Chief Executive Officer, EMEA, said: “Promotion to International Partner marks a significant career milestone, demonstrating seniority of leadership, business acumen, dedication and commitment to upholding our values. The promotion of these talented and hardworking individuals reflects their ability to deliver the best possible client experience in an ever-changing international real estate environment. Congratulations to each of them on their achievement.”
Nick Allan, Cushman & Wakefield’s International Partner, said: “I am delighted to have achieved promotion to International Partner. It’s an exciting time to be part of Cushman & Wakefield; we’re involved in a diverse and exciting range of significant projects across the region and UK shaping the way we design, occupy and fund property in a rapidly changing environment.”
As well as the eight promotions, a further three International Partners have joined Cushman & Wakefield in 2018: Emma Swinnerton (EMEA Head of Flexible Leasing Solutions), Louise Bonham (Head of UK Asset Services) and Tina Parfitt (Chief Information Officer, EMEA Asset Services).