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Lickerman Steps Down, Mobley Called CEO for Americas at Cushman & & Wakefield

Latest Moves Follow Previous Round of Executive Advertising, Reassignments in Early November

From left, inbound Cushman Americas CEO Shawn Mobley; Michelle Hay, worldwide head of personnels and John Forrester, global president.

Credit: Cushman & & Wakefield Cushman & & Wakefield announced today that Tod Lickerman, who was called CEO of the Americas in a significant realignment of the brokerage’s senior leadership just over a year ago, has actually stepped down and will be replaced by Shawn Mobley, who most recently functioned as president of the company’s East Department

The Chicago-based CRE services business also announced the promo of John Forrester to international president and Michelle Hay to worldwide head of human resources.

It’s the most recent of numerous changes to Cushman’s senior management team in the Americas, consisting of the project earlier this month of brokerage and capital markets CEO Joe Stettinius to the position of executive vice chairman, tactical investments, and handing international capital markets and investor services CEO Carlo Sant’Albano the added function of president supervising those functions in the Americas.

The relocations today and earlier in November, which Cushman explained in a declaration at the time as created “to elevate top skill and more carefully line up the company with customer requirements,” come as the third-largest worldwide CRE providers behind CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE: CBG )and Jones Lang LaSalle (NYSE: JLL) is believed to be checking out a possible initial public offering.

In addition to leading Cushman’s eastern operations and Canada, Mobley also headed the company’s worldwide headquarters office in Chicago and also headed the business’s commercial platform in the Americas.

Forrester’s role as worldwide president will consist of oversight of the company’s four worldwide regions of the Americas, EMEA, APAC, and Greater China. Working carefully with Cushman CEO Brett White, he will be based in London. Forrester previously acted as president EMEA at DTZ prior to the merger with Cushman. He likewise acted as group president of DTZ Holdings PLC and led the formal sale of DTZ to UGL in 2011.

“We are a really different organization to the one we were at merger and as we have actually grown we have actually stayed entrepreneurial and action-orientated.” Forrester said in a declaration early today. “That is very important as the market is altering fast.”

Lickerman “has actually decided to leave the business to pursue other profession interests,” the business said today. “The firm is appreciative for his contribution to the business.”

Lickerman could not be grabbed comment. A post on his LinkedIn profile, which has given that been removed, read “After 4 excellent years helping to lead DTZ and Cushman & & Wakefield, I more than happy to state that I’m taking a well made break.”

Lickerman, who formerly worked as president for JLL’s Corporate Solutions group in the Americas, took control of as DTZ’s president in 2013 and ended up being worldwide CEO when DTZ merged with Cassidy Turley. He acted as global president of Cushman & & Wakefield, reporting to Chairman and CEO Brett White prior to being moved to Americas CEO last fall.

The previous Cushman statement in early November also consisted of an expansion and adjustment of management roles in Cushman’s western U.S. operations. Cushman promoted Executive Handling Director and Regional Handling Principal for Greater Los Angeles/Orange County Andrew McDonald to work as president of Cushman & & Wakefield’s West Area.

The company reassigned West Area President Mike Smith to the position of handling principal in San Diego and Mexico, where he will be accountable for recruiting and supporting talent and continuing to develop customer relationships. Prior to his role at Cushman, Smith was president of CBRE’s Northwest Area, managing operations of 17 business workplaces across five states.

In addition to Lickerman’s shift from the position of worldwide president to Americas CEO in late October 2016, Stettinius moved into the newly developed position of president, Americas brokerage and capital markets. Formerly, Stettinius had functioned as Americas CEO for DTZ prior to its merger with Cushman & & Wakefield and before that, led Cassidy Turley as CEO prior to its merger with DTZ in early 2015.

An investment group led by Fort Worth, TX-based TPG Group closed the $2 billion purchase of the 100-year-old Cushman in September 2015.

Sant’Albano will retain his role as president of international capital markets and investor services. Formerly, he has formerly held the positions of CEO and chairman of Cushman & & Wakefield, and CEO of Exor, SA, the Italian holding company for the Agnelli family, which sold the company to TPG in 2015. President of Capital Markets and Financier Services Noble Carpenter and Executive Managing Director of International Capital Markets Janice Stanton will continue reporting to Sant’Albano.

As president the West Area, McDonald, who formerly acted as executive handling director and local managing principal for Greater Los Angeles/Orange County, will lead all markets in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington. McDonald started his property career in 1999 as executive assistant to John C. Cushman, III, who opened C&W’s very first Southern California workplaces in the 1960s.

Cushman also promoted Dan Broderick, who takes control of a regional handling principal in Northern California after previously heading Cushman’s seven workplaces in San Diego County and Phoenix. Broderick’s new markets include offices in San Francisco, Oakland, Walnut Creek, San Rafael, Sacramento, Burlingame, San Jose, Palo Alto, Pleasanton and Monterrey/Salinas. He formerly served in management functions at BRE Commercial and Eastdil Guaranteed.

CoStar'' s People of Note (Sept. 29) – C&W Taps Gougarty as Americas Lead, Repetition REIS Names Przybyla President and COO …

The following companies announced workers moves today: Cushman & & Wakefield, Repetition REIS, Mohr Partners, Avison Young, Castle Partners, Longbrook Capital, RLJ Lodging, Lincoln Residential or commercial property Co. GGP, FS Credit REIT, Tremont Home mortgage, Greystone, HHF, Colliers International, CBRE, Robinson Weeks Ptnrs, TerraCap, JLL, Western Specialized, Binswanger, Orion, S.L. Nusbaum, Starboard Commercial, Spencer Hines, Berger Commercial and Monday Properties.

It’s time to update those contact supervisors with CoStar’s Individuals of Note, reporting news on considerable new CRE hires and promos. This week’s concern includes the following markets: New york city City, Detroit/ Grand Rapids, Orange County, Dallas/ Fort Worth, Washington DC, San Francisco, Chicago, Orlando, Cleveland/ N. Ohio, Atlanta, Los Angeles, South Florida and more!

NEW YORK CITY
Cushman & Wakefield Taps Gougarty as Practice Groups Lead By Justin Sumner

Sara Gougarty has been promoted to lead Cushman & Wakefield’s Practice Groups in the Americas. Based in the firm’s New york city City office, Gougarty will lead the company’s existing practice groups and introduce brand-new ones, entrusted with promoting partnership across all asset and service types and boosting customer service throughout the Americas platform. She will report to Todd Schwartz, COO, Americas.

Gougarty brings international experience to her brand-new role, having most just recently acted as director of retail services, Americas and Head of China Retail Cross-Border for Cushman & & Wakefield. Prior to that she was the head of China retail occupant representation in Shanghai. She started her business property profession as a retail tenant representative for Savills Home Service Co. in Shanghai.

DETROIT/ GRAND RAPIDS
Repetition REIS Adds Przybyla as President, COO By Christina Armstead

John Przybyla has actually been called president and COO of Repetition Realty Investment Services( Encore REIS). He will manage Repetition REIS’ everyday operations, including presenting efforts to help grow the company’s service lines and head count.

Przybyla brings more than 20 years of experience concentrating on sales training, company development and customer service to Encore REIS. He spent the last 17 years with Marcus & & Millichap, most recently as very first vice president and regional manager of Marcus & & Millichap’s downtown Chicago office.CoStar’s Individuals of Note is published each Friday covering the most recent industrial property executive level promotions and new hires.Click on the headline of each short article to jump to complete
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@JSumner2. Send out new executive employs and promostatements to news@costar.com!.?.!. NEW YORK CITY Plehn, Tuminelli Join Mohr Partners By Alex Ern< img src=" http://gateway.costar.com/imageviewer/GetImage.aspx?webimage=Mohr+Partners.jpg" width=
” 160″ line up=” right” class=” c5″/ > Richard Plehn and Vincent Tuminelli have actually signed up with Mohr Partners as managing partners in the company’s New york city City workplace. Plehn and Tuminelli, both formerly with Cresa, bring a combined 50 years of industry experience, having actually represented occupants throughout the monetary services, health care, insurance and entertainment industries.” Richard and Vincent take a long-term viewpoint on behalf of customers to offer total, integrated solutions through local tenant representation and to serve broadening New York-based companies,” said Robert Shibuya, chairman and CEO of Mohr Partners. ORANGE COUNTY
Hauser Joins Avison Young in Irvine By Marcus Wiemers< img src=" /wp-content/uploads/2017/09/GetImage.aspx "width =" 160" align =" right"
class=” c5 “/ >Peter Hauser has actually joined Avison Young as a principal in the firm’s Irvine, CA workplace, entrusted with managing and broadening the company’s multifamily practice throughout Southern California.

Hauser brings more than 34 years of industrial property experience, having most just recently served as a senior director with Berkadia Realty Advisors (previously Hendricks & & Partners), where he was directly involved in closing more than $1.5 billion worth of investment real estate deals over the previous 10 years alone. He previously held management and brokerage positions at Charles Dunn Company, Lincoln Brokerage Company, Jamboree Realty Corporation, The Hoelscher Business and Iliff, Thorn and Co.

. DALLAS/ FORT WORTH
Castle Partners Makes Two Appointments in Dallas By Jeannie Reamer

Citadel Partners has promoted Taylor Dickerson and Andy Goldston to primary and senior advisor, respectively, in the business’s Dallas, TX office.

Dickerson will encourage customers in their realty center decisions to make tactical moves to maximum success and efficiency, while Goldston will assist in lease deal management and client requirements.

JLB Partners, Compatriot Capital Launch New Multifamily Financial investment Company to Focus on Core U.S. Metros
By Bryce Meyers
WASHINGTON DC
Bardenett to Sign up with RLJ
Accommodations Trust as EVP By Bryce Meyers
RLJ Accommodations Trust has hired Thomas J. Bardenett as executive vice president within the company’s property management division.

For the last 3 years, Bardenett has functioned as COO of Charlotte, NC-based U.S. hotel owner and operator Extended Stay America. Before that he was with Crossroads Hospitality, most just recently as executive vice president of operations.

SAN FRANCISCO

LPC Hires Wang to Speed up Growth Efforts By

Eric Kies Lincoln Residential or commercial property Co. has actually employed Brandon Wang as an executive vice president with the company’s LPC West division, accountable for spearheading the company’s growth in Northern California.

Wang spent the last six years with Kilroy, where he functioned as senior vice president of investments and development, where he sourced new financial investment chances and development tasks, entitlements, construction and project leasing. Prior to that he was with Lowe Enterprises, Morgan Stanley and Cushman & & Wakefield.

CHICAGO
Fear Returning to GGP to Change Retiring CFO
By CoStar News Staff

GGP is reviving Heath R. Worry as executive vice president of financing, replacing Michael B. Berman, its executive vice president and CFO, who is retiring next year. Fear will presume the function of CFO then.

The visit marks a return for Worry, who most recently acted as the CFO and treasurer of Retail Characteristic of America, Inc. Prior to joining RPAI, Fear was with GGP for 12 years, most recently as the senior vice president of capital markets. Prior to that he worked as counsel for Prime Group Realty Trust and as an associate in the realty practice groups of Kirkland & & Ellis and Pedersen & & Houpt.

2 New Finance REITs Introduce: FS Credit and Tremont Home mortgage Trust
By Mark Heschmeyer
WASHINGTON DC
Greystone Reinforces Multifamily Sales Div with Banks
By Daniel Koenigs

After 15 years with Marcus & Millichap, Peyton Banks has left the company to sign up with Greystone Real Estate Advisors as handling director of its Mid-Atlantic multifamily sales advisory team in Rockville, MD.

. As vice president of financial investments at Marcus & & Millichap, Banks put together a team that focused on financial investment sales, property repositioning, development and portfolio valuations throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Throughout that time, he was involved in more than $1 billion in multifamily deals.

ORLANDO

HFF Names Van Reken Managing DirectorBy Eric Jackson Rebecca Van Reken has been worked with as a handling director in the Orlando, FL office of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF). As head of the structured finance team, Van Reken will come from financial obligation and equity placement deals throughout the Southeast U.S.

. The 15-year commercial realty financing and capital markets veteran pertains to the company from A10 Capital, where she functioned as an executive vice president. Before that she was with CapitalSource, the industrial financing division of Pacific Western Bank, most recently as an investment officer.

CLEVELAND/ N. OHIO
McMillon Advisors Founder Signs up with Colliers Team By Matthew Turner

Ben McMillon III, former president and founder of B.L. McMillon Advisors, has actually signed up with Colliers International as a very first vice president.

McMillon brings more than Thirty Years of commercial realty experience, having worked directly with designers, owners, management companies and tenants. Prior to McMillon’s work in industrial realty consulting, he invested 28 years as a leasing specialist for The Richard E. Jacobs Group, most recently as director of leasing.

CBRE Recruits Beckham to Lead London Financial investment Properties as Executive Director
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