Cushman & Wakefield, the world's largest privately owned real estate services company, has today announced its leadership structure for Central Europe, with the aim of further strengthening its dominant position in the region, in line with the firm’s global strategic growth plan.
Jonathan Hallett has been named head of Cushman & Wakefield’s Central European region overseeing a 400-strong team in offices in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Romania and Slovakia. Jonathan will continue to head the firm’s highly successful Czech Republic business headquartered in Prague which he has led since 2003. Jonathan Hallett will also represent the CE region on the firm’s EMEA Board.
Richard Petersen has run Cushman & Wakefield’s Polish business since its inception in 1991 and has established one of the largest and most successful businesses in the country with some 150 staff. Richard is to step down from his position and will hand over responsibility for managing the Polish business to Charles Taylor at the end of Q2 this year.
Charles has led our Hungarian business for the past 11 years and will hand over responsibility to Gergely Pados who is currently the head of office leasing in the country based in Budapest.
“The changes are in line with the Firm’s strategic plan to drive growth in the region” said Jonathan Hallett. “We are also focused on delivering a more integrated platform to enhance the service levels to our domestic and international clients.”
Carlo di Barel Sant‘Albano, CEO of Cushman & Wakefield in EMEA said; “In line with our global strategic plan we aim to build on our dominant position in the Central European region and I am confident that we have the right leadership structure in place as we enter our next phase of growth and also to ensure that we deliver best in class services to our clients. As Richard steps down from his managing partner role we thank him for the significant contribution he has made to the firm.”