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Colliers names new regional director of capital markets for CEE

Appointments

Leading diversified professional services and investment management company Colliers has promoted Kevin Turpin to regional director of capital markets in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) with immediate effect.

Turpin, previously the regional director of research for the region, has some 17 years of experience in capital markets.

In his new role, he will focus on the further development of Colliers’ CEE Capital Markets service line.

“Kevin’s appointment marks an important and exciting new step for Colliers in CEE and on a European basis.  Through his extensive client relationships and his understanding of the market, I am sure he will help our existing investment clients to grow and make the right strategic decisions, whilst attracting new opportunities. Combined we will provide a more complete and unique regional platform for investors across a broader range of real estate sectors,” said Luke Dawson, managing director, cross border capital markets, Colliers in EMEA.

“I am thrilled to welcome Kevin into this new role. His experience across strategic analysis, asset classes, and geographies is unmatched in the region and allows us to provide clients with a unique and broad offering,” commented Monika Rajska-Wolinska, CEO, Colliers in CEE.

The recently promoted Turpin comments, “I am absolutely delighted to be taking on this role at this time in my career. Colliers already has first-class investment teams across CEE and together we will further grow our capabilities and deliver the best possible results for our clients in this region.  With almost 17 years spent advising both internal and external clients on the CEE property markets, through both bull and bear markets,  I am particularly looking forward to applying this experience in my new position."

The CEE region at Colliers now includes Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia.

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