Cushman & Wakefield Budapest names new associate

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Zoltán Ligetvári was appointed associate at the CMG department of Cushman & Wakefield in Budapest, taking effect on June 6, according to a press release issued today. 

Ligetvári’s primary role is to target, secure and oversee new sales mandates, in addition to completing acquisitions on the buy side, for a broad range of institutional investors and developers, the press statement said.  

Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Ligetvári was responsible for the sales processes and asset management of CIB Bank’s various repossessed commercial asset portfolios in Hungary. Zoltán also holds a successful track record in acquiring and selling a number of assets and SPVs for ORCO Property Group, and screening and analyzing potential investment opportunities in Hungary and the CEE region.

“We are more than happy to welcome Zoltán on board at Cushman & Wakefield. We are confident, that his expertise and in-depth market knowledge will be a great addition to the team and that he will be a stable pillar of our company,” Gergely Pados, head of Hungary at Cushman & Wakefield said.

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