• Cushman & Wakefield announce Randall Hall as Executive Managing Director, Greater China

    25 September 2012

    Cushman & Wakefield have announced the appointment of Randall Hall to the position of Executive Managing Director, Greater China.

    Based in Hong Kong, Halll will be responsible for providing executive leadership for Cushman & Wakefield in the Greater China region, which includes China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. He will be responsible for assessing expansion opportunities, increasing the company’s market share and enhancing service delivery capabilities. Hall will identify opportunities of accelerated growth opportunities for Cushman & Wakefield and will work closely with country managers in these markets to strengthen the Cushman & Wakefield brand and implement transformational growth strategies. 

    Hall will also join Cushman & Wakefield’s regional Executive Leadership Council (ELC). ELC is the firm’s apex executive body and think tank for strategy formulation and executive oversight of the business across Asia Pacific. 

    Sanjay Verma, CEO said, “Randall is an established and proven market leader in Asia and given his track record, he will bring tremendous depth to our leadership team in Asia. He will significantly help us grow our client and talent base in the Greater China region. This appointment is part of our overall growth strategy to create a dominant position for C&W in all our key markets. In the last two years, we have significantly augmented our talent pool across Asia and this is another step forward for us as we continue to build and invest in our business and our talent in the region,” he added. 

    Hall has 23 years’ experience in the real estate market in Asia and has lived in China for 10 years. He commented, “I am proud to be joining Cushman & Wakefield. The company has been growing rapidly in recent years and has been adding significant talent to its team across the region. I’m looking forward to leading the Greater China region during this next stage of growth and am excited about developing our platform and further enhancing our services to clients in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.” 



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