Former CBRE affiliate rebrands to Cushman & Wakefield CBS International with immediate effect.
BELGRADE, 03 April, 2018 – Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, has signed an exclusive arrangement with CBS International as its affiliate in Serbia and Montenegro.
CBS International has entered into a second decade of impeccable market performance as the leading real estate consultancy in Serbia for seven years now, advising property owners, investors and occupiers across all sectors on every aspect of their property strategies.
Dragan Radulovic, Managing Director of Cushman & Wakefield CBS International, said: “After a decade of successful operations in Serbia and Montenegro as the absolute market leader, we are pleased to have Cushman & Wakefield as our partner in further raising the quality benchmarks we deliver to our clients. Local expertise of the largest team in the market, joined with the international experience of a global leader, represents an excellent platform for regional expansion with implementation of best practice in new markets.”
Jonathan Hallett, Head of Central & Eastern Europe, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Our affiliate relationship with CBS International, an undisputed market leader, further strengthens our presence across CEE. Together with similar affiliations we have announced over the past year in Romania, Bulgaria and Macedonia, we are demonstrating our commitment to delivering outstanding client service and pursuing further growth throughout the CEE region.”
Colin Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, EMEA, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Our strong and long-lasting relationships with affiliates across EMEA extends delivery into markets where Cushman & Wakefield does not currently have a wholly-owned presence. This benefits both local and global clients who gain access to our global network and local knowledge respectively.”
Cushman & Wakefield is a top three global real estate services firm, with 45,000 employees in more than 70 countries and recorded revenue of more than $6 billion.