DTZ awards 132 EMEA promotions

Posted on 11 August, 2015 by Chris Grigorovsky

DTZ, a global leader in commercial real estate services, has announced 132 promotions across its EMEA business.

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The total comprises 26 new directors and 38 new associate directors, with a further 68 promotions made at both senior surveyor or equivalent levels and below.

The promotions span a wide range of DTZ service lines, including Global Occupier Services, Investment & Asset Management, Property Management, Research, Rating, Project & Building Consultancy as well Retail and Valuation.

Commenting on the promotions, Chief Executive EMEA at DTZ, John Forrester, said: “I am very proud of the people I work with right across our business.

“I am always pleased to announce a host of promotions as part of our annual promotion cycle, and acknowledge those people who have taken a successful step up to the next grade.

“We are a people business and these promotions recognise the talent we have at all levels throughout our company.”   

DTZ has more than 28,000 employees that operates across 260 offices, spanning 50 countries and in 2014 it completed $63 billion in transaction volume globally.




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