"We could not ask for a better-qualified individual to take thereins in the Americas than the leader who has overseen the dramaticgrowth of Cushman & Wakefield globally since 2005," Moslersays. "As Global COO, John was my partner in developing and, moreimportantly, delivering on our vision for growth. He helped leadthe execution of the firm's global acquisition strategy, includingthe consolidation of our businesses across Latin America, Europeand Asia. Equally important, his hands-on management disciplinehelped drive our margins significantly higher."


Mosler says that Santora is the right person at the right timeto drive the business forward, adding that he will now "bring hiswealth of experience to a region where he has already demonstratedgreat success in developing our platform and growing revenue." Inhis new role, Santora will work closely with branch managers andbrokers to help win new clients.


Mosler explains that Santora will report to him, and will focusmore day-to-day on client pitches and business developmentopportunities. He adds that the position of COO will not be filled.C&W did not respond to GlobeSt.com for further queries bydeadline.


"Change is the byword of our times, both in our industry andwithin Cushman & Wakefield," Mosler says. "The Americas regionin particular is ready to respond to a new vision. John has theexact blend of leadership, experience and personal discipline thatwe will need to succeed in any economic environment."

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