Cushman & Wakefield Poland appoints four regional heads
Michał Galimski, Zuzanna Krech, Adam Schroeder and Marcin Siewierski have been appointed as regional heads in the Office Agency team of global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield Poland. A new section was set up which comprises four new organisational units with responsibility for Poland’s four key regional markets. All the regional teams will continue to be led by Krzysztof Misiak, Partner, Head of Office Agency, Cushman & Wakefield.
Cushman & Wakefield has restructured its Office Agency, setting up teams responsible for Poland’s key regional markets: Southern Poland (headed by Michał Galimski), Central Poland (headed by Zuzanna Krech), and Northern Poland and Western Poland, with Adam Schroeder and Marcin Siewierski acting as their respective heads.
“As head of the rapidly growing Office Agency team since 2018, I became increasingly aware of the need to redistribute operational and sales duties. The time has come for new managerial arrangements in regional markets. We divided Poland into several regions, taking into account their market size and the practical logistics of management. I am fully confident that our regional teams are in good hands. I am delighted to work with such interesting personalities and to be able to drive our successful growth forward across Poland,” says Krzysztof Misiak, Partner, Head of Office Agency, Cushman & Wakefield.
Zuzanna Krech, Central Poland
Zuzanna has worked for Cushman & Wakefield for five years. She has built a strong regional team in Łódź and Poznań, and is also responsible for business development in other Central Poland markets. Zuzanna represents both tenants and landlords, and her portfolio of clients includes Infosys, Takeda, Clariant, Newell Brands, Raben, and Miele. She completed postgraduate HR Management studies at the Łódź University of Technology, and is a graduate of the University of Łódź Faculty of International and Political Studies.
Michał Galimski, Southern Poland
Michał has been head of Cushman & Wakefield’s real estate team in Krakow since 2012. Supported by his team, he has built the firm’s leading market position in the Lesser Poland region, and is currently responsible for its operations and growth in Southern Poland. Michał is one of the most experienced advisers on the regional property market, specialising in leasing transactions and strategic advisory for tenants and landlords. His clients include Akamai, Alior Bank, Atos, Brown Brothers Harriman, Capgemini, ESET, FMC Technologies, GE, Gigaset, Grid Dynamics, Herbalife, ING Bank, ING Usługi Finansowe, Mazars, Oracle, Parker Hannifin, Sappi, StateStreet, and 3M.
Adam Schroeder, Northern Poland
Adam joined Cushman & Wakefield in 2015, having assumed responsibility for business development on the Tricity market. He is one of the most experienced advisers on the regional real estate market, and for over nearly ten years he has been responsible for office selection and optimisation, lease negotiations and renegotiations on the commercial property market for such clients as Thomson Reuters, the Energa Group, Amazon, CitiBank, UTC F&S, ING Bank, Dynatrace, and Randstad. Adam graduated in Philosophy, and Investments and Real Estate from the University of Gdansk. He has also completed a Huthwaite International training course.
Marcin Siewierski, Western Poland
Marcin joined Cushman & Wakefield in 2014 and is responsible for business development on the Wrocław market. He has nearly 20 years of commercial real estate experience. His clients include XL Catlin, Synexus, Polkomtel, Segro, CCIG, Nationale Nederlanden, Capgemini, Infor, Work Service, GlobalLogic, and Generali. He previously worked for BNP Paribas Bank and mBank. Marcin graduated in Law and Administration from the University of Rzeszów and completed postgraduate studies in real estate appraisal at the University of Science and Technology in Krakow.
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