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  • OFFICE LEASING BY IT-BPM COMPANIES DOWN 30% IN Q1 2018

    India, April 16, 2018: The IT-BPM sector, which continues to lead leasing activity, recorded 30% lower uptake of office space in Q1 2018, as compared to Q1 2017, according to international property consultants Cushman & Wakefield. Companies from the IT-BPM sector leased lower space at approximately 2.7 million square feet (msf) across the top eight cities[i] in Q1 2018, partly due to subdued fresh hiring in the sector that is currently operating in a challenging environment.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield Appoints Nathaniel Robinson As Global Chief Investment Officer & EVP of Strategic Planning

    Cushman & Wakefield announced today it has named Nathaniel Robinson as Global Chief Investment Officer & EVP of Strategic Planning. The promotion reflects Robinson’s strong background in helping build the firm’s strategic investment and M&A capabilities.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield – Great Place to Work® Certified

    India, March 7, 2018 – Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to announce that it has received the prestigious Great Place to Work® certification, one of the most prestigious achievements for any organizations across the globe.
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  • Rolls-Royce Appoints Cushman & Wakefield on Global Mandate

    Power Systems giant Rolls-Royce has appointed Cushman & Wakefield to an expanded role supporting its global property requirements following a competitive tender process. 
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  • CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD’S BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS

    Over the last few years, the central government has liberalized investment norms and created a regulatory authority to revive the real estate sector. During the previous Union Budget, the government supported the vision to create affordable housing stock and reduce the housing gap by according ‘infrastructure status’ and extending sops to homebuyers under credit-linked-subsidy-scheme (CLSS). This year, as we approach Union Budget 2018-19, we expect similar reforms, beyond the populist agenda. The following are the recommendations for the real estate sector
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  • PE INFLOW INTO REAL ESTATE

    During 2017, private equity inflows into Indian real estate touched a new high since 2008, at INR 42,800 crores (USD 6.6 bn), registering a 17% increase from the previous year, as per global real estate consultancy Cushman & Wakefield. The investments into the real estate sector have risen a whopping 52% since 2014 aided by better ease of doing business, relaxation in FDI norms, introduction of GST, and defining norms for REITs listing. 
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  • Matthew Bouw Named APAC Regional CEO

    SINGAPORE, 30 November 2017 – Cushman & Wakefield today announced the appointment of Matthew Bouw as its new Chief Executive Officer for Asia Pacific. Brett White, Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Chief Executive Officer said, “Matthew brings over 20 years of experience and insight to the Chief Executive Officer role in Asia Pacific, a critical growth region for Cushman & Wakefield globally. In partnership with the high calibre leadership team in the region, he will lead a business that has more than 7,000 employees operating across nine key markets in the region (excluding Greater China).”



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  • Hong Kong Is World’s Most Expensive Office Location

    Hong Kong has replaced London’s West End as the most expensive office market in which to accommodate staff, according to new research from Cushman & Wakefield.  
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  • Cushman & Wakefield rewarded for women friendly work environment: chosen amongst 100 Best Companies for Women in 2017 BCWI Study

    Cushman & Wakefield has been adjudged amongst the top 100 best companies for women by a recent survey - 2017 Working Mother and AVTAR Best Companies for Women in India (BCWI) conducted annually by AVATAR. The only International property consultancy company in India to feature on the survey, Cushman & Wakefield was chosen for its strong policies towards development of women employees. 
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  • KHAN MARKET RANKS 24TH

    Delhi’s Khan Market has emerged as the most expensive retail location in India and has clinched the 24th position in global rankings as per the latest report released by Cushman & Wakefield, leading real estate consultancy firm. Khan Market, despite registering no change in rental values, moved up by four positions in the global rankings since 2016 on account of some key global markets facing devaluation in their rentals. Compared to peer markets in the APAC region, Khan Market was ranked at 11 while DLF Galeria in Gurugram and Linking Road in Mumbai are ranked 19 and 20 respectively in the APAC rankings.



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  • Vivek Dahiya - Appointment

    Cushman & Wakefield, the world’s leading real estate services company, announces the appointment of Vivek Dahiya as Managing Director for North India business of the company in India. He will be assuming the overall responsibility of the company’s business operations in northern India. In his role, he will be providing strategic leadership for a team of 300 + real estate professionals to provide innovative and value based services to our clients. 
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  • Winning in Growth Cities

    In a recent report by Cushman & Wakefield, leading global real estate consultancy, Mumbai recorded real estate investments of US$ 1,749 million, placing it on 81st position in global survey ranking cities by their success at attracting capital. However, Mumbai was placed number one by growth amongst the gateways cities with a 194% increase from the previous year.
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  • Q3 Office Update

    In the latest market report by global real estate solutions company Cushman & Wakefield, net absorption for the first 9 months of 2017 has been recorded at approximately 18 million square feet (msf), registering a marginal decline of 7 % year – on – year (y-o-y) across the eight major cities[1] of India. The trend for office space absorption has been looking positive despite a seeming slowdown in the early part of the year 2017. Chennai saw a growth of net absorption of  60% y-o-y. Bengaluru continued to register the highest volume of transaction with approximately 5.0 msf of net absorption, while Hyderabad registered the second highest volume of net absorption at 3.2 msf, albeit both registering a decline from the same time last year.
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  • Q3 Retail

    Cushman & Wakefield, world’s leading international property consultancy firm, estimates that India will see close to 34 new malls by 2020 in the top 8 Indian cities[1]. Totaling approximately 13.6 million square feet (msf), the new supply will add approximately 20% to the total available mall inventory in these cities.


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  • Property Investors’ Horizons Widen as Global Volumes Reach US$1.5tn

    The global property investment market saw volumes rise 4% year-on-year to US$1.5tn in the year to June, according to new research out today from Cushman & Wakefield.
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  • Workplace Visionary Despina Katsikakis Joins Cushman & Wakefield

    Cushman & Wakefield has appointed Despina Katsikakis, the industry-leading expert on the impact of the workplace on business performance, to a full-time role advising the firm’s clients.
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