- Tina Reuter and Louise Bonham take joint regional responsibility for the firm’s property management business
Cushman & Wakefield has appointed Tina Reuter and Louise Bonham as Co-Heads of its EMEA Asset Services
They will have joint responsibility for managing the regional Asset Services business which provides property management services for approximately 323 million square feet (30 million square metres) of commercial property in 14 countries.
Reuter, who is based in Frankfurt, has been with Cushman & Wakefield since 2013 and was previously responsible for running the Asset Services business in Continental Europe. Bonham joined the firm in early 2018 as Head of UK & Ireland Asset Services, a London-based role she will continue alongside her regional responsibilities.
Reuter will represent Asset Services on the firm’s EMEA Executive Committee, while Bonham will continue to do the same on its UK & Ireland Executive Committee. Both have been promoted to Executive Partner, the highest grade in Cushman & Wakefield’s EMEA business – given to strategic leaders who drive change and are responsible for governance.
Colin Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, EMEA, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Tina and Louise are experienced senior leaders in our EMEA business. Together they will ensure regional consistency in our processes and delivery of Asset Services, driving operational excellence and exceptional outcomes for our investor clients and our people. They will also help set the strategic direction for the firm through our Executive Committees and I look forward to working closely with them both.”
Tina Reuter, Co-Head of EMEA Asset Services, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Louise and I are delighted to take on these joint leadership roles. Our regional operating platform enables us to cater to local and cross border requirements of clients, providing a seamless and value-adding approach to Asset Services.”
Louise Bonham, Co-Head of EMEA Asset Services, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Property management is one of the fastest-developing parts of our industry. As landlords seek a more active and sophisticated relationship with property users, the complementary strength of our firm’s occupier relationships allows us to deliver the strategic insight sought by investor clients across EMEA.”