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2019/20/21 Judging & Jury

DECISION MAKERS

Update: New date set for ‘three in one’ 2020/21/22 CEEQA Gala – 18 May 2022.

Each year the CEEQA Jury is selected from the most experienced and influential operators across the CEE and SEE property markets.

Once elected, they are charged with nominating candidates in all award categories, with all nominees invited to submit entry forms. The jury then assesses all the entries to decide on the short list and eventual winners through a rigorous procedure closely monitored by Deloitte.

Important notice: In view of the deferment of the awards and CEEQA Gala to 2022, the Lifetime Achievement Award will be carried forward to the 2022 edition and presented at the new date of 18 May 2022. With all provisions and arrangements successfully transferred to a new date the 2020/2021 entries and judging will folded into the 2022 edition, among a number of schedule and technical changes.

Composition & coverage

Jury member places are rotated each year among senior representatives of market leading companies active in the sector, providing extensive industry experience and CEE & SEE market knowledge as well as distribution fairness.

Invited members are carefully selected to ensure proportionate business segment and geographical market coverage across 18 qualifying countries within Central & Eastern Europe and Southeast Europe.

CEE MARKETS:
Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine

SEE MARKETS:
Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia

What happens when?

There are four principle steps in the judging process:

  • Jury Nominations The jury is selected according to geographical and segmental coverage on a rotation basis among senior representatives of market leader companies, who are asked to provide their nominations for potential candidates. The candidates are checked by the CEEQA Team for validity before being invited to submit entry forms.
  • Online scoring round Once all award entries have been received by nominated candidates, jury members will be invited to view them on the online CEEQA Judging System and score then according to the guidelines and criteria provided. The results from this voting round decide the eventual short list in each category, the process is overseen and monitored by Deloitte to ensure complete independence and transparency.
  • 17 May 2022 (6.30-10.30pm), Final voting round – the CEEQA Jury Dinner Once all award entries have been received by nominated candidates, jury members will be invited to view them on the online CEEQA Judging System and score then according to the guidelines and criteria provided.
  • 18 May 2022 (7pm-Late), Gala dinner & award presentations – the CEEQA Gala The sector’s most anticipated flagship annual gathering and showcase event needs no introduction. Held in Warsaw each spring and attended by nearly 900 business leaders from more than 50 countries, the event’s unique blend of leadership level business value and networking as the climax of the sector’s most prized industry awards, combined with world class hospitality, production and entertainment, are unparalleled.

We’re pleased to present the members of the 2021 CEEQA Jury.

Industry Operators

    • Andrew Peirson, (MRICS) Managing Director SEE, CBRE

      Andrew has over 13 years of experience in the CEE & SEE real estate markets, together with 4 years in the United Kingdom. He joined JLL in 2001 and relocated to the Czech Republic office in 2005 to run the Agency departments in Prague. Since then Andrew managed the Bulgarian, Serbian, and Croatian offices, and in his most recent role Andrew was responsible for the JLL operations across South Eastern Europe from offices in Bucharest and Belgrade. This involved overseeing work across 8 countries, including Romania Serbia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia.

      Andrew joined CBRE in July 2018 to oversee their expansion across SEE with offices in Belgrade and Sofia.

    • Bartłomiej Krawiecki, Board Member, 7R

      Warsaw University graduate of Marketing and Management specialising in property management. In real estate for 17 years. For over 10 years worked for Panattoni Development Europe managing the largest logistics and industrial projects of the company. In 7R since 2017, Member of the Board, responsible for the development of the company.

    • Brendan Long, Head of Property and Hotels Department, Santander Bank

      Brendan is Head of the Corporate Property and Hotels Department for Santander Bank Polska.  Santander has the largest property finance portfolio and the largest team of property financing professionals in the Polish market.  The team is an experienced long-term financing partner in both Development and Investment Real Estate projects in Poland across all property sectors.  Brendan has over 25 years of experience in financing Property projects including over 15 years of experience in the Polish Property market.

    • Bryan Wilson, Managing Partner, Wilsons

      Bryan is a Partner and one of the co-founders of Wilsons (formerly Wilson & Partners). Having moved from Linklaters in London in 2001 to the Prague office of Linklaters he was appointed Head of CEE Real Estate in 2004.

      In 2007 he left Linklaters to set up Wilsons which has risen in stature to become one of the leading real estate law firms in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, being ranked in Tier 1 of both Chambers and the Legal 500. Bryan specialises in real estate acquisitions and divestments, joint ventures and is one of the few hotel specialists on the market.

    • Charles Taylor, Managing Partner Poland, Cushman & Wakefield

      Charles Taylor is Managing Partner at Cushman & Wakefield with over 25 years experience in the property profession. He joined C&W’s Warsaw office in July 2013. Prior to this, he spent the last 15 years in Hungary, where he held the position of Managing Director of the C&W’s Budapest office. He was also responsible for coordinating the firm’s Capital Markets Team across Central Europe. He has a significant track record of closing successful transactions, the most recent being the acquisition of major office portfolio in Budapest, Millennium Towers (JV), Science Park, Alkotás Point, concluded on behalf of Heitman and the acquisition of TriGranit’s Arena Centar, Zagreb.

    • Daniel Puchalski, Managing Partner Poland, Knight Frank

      Daniel Puchalski is the Managing Partner at Knight Frank. In his role, he directly oversees i.a. the transaction teams. He has over 25 years of professional experience. Prior to joining Knight Frank in October 2019, he specialized in land investment consulting and led broker teams in international advisory companies. His main achievements include the sale of investment plots for various projects (office, hotels, industrial, residential and agricultural/forest) with a total area of ca. 50M sqm of land; 3M sqm of usage space in the aforementioned sectors worth ca. PLN 4,5 billion, and ca. PLN 1.5 billion in advising during sales of investment companies and properties. The deals were done in entire Poland. Daniel founded and led the Land Investment Department at Colliers and JLL. He now utilizes his expertise to support the creation of such a department at Knight Frank.

      He graduated from the University of Gdansk (Faculty of Economics), University of Business and Administration in Gdynia (Business Administration and Management, Media Management) and postgraduate studies at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (HR Management).

    • Geo Margescu, Co-Founder & CEO, Forte Partners

      Geo Mărgescu cofounded, in 2014, Forte Partners, a company  with a real estate portfolio of developed projects in Romania worth 200 million euro and of projects in development worth another 200 million euro, both in office and residential segments.

      Geo Mărgescu, CEO of Forte Partners,  has a track record of developing landmark real estate projects with 16 years of experience specializing in development management and construction. He has developed several landmark industrial, office and residential projects in Romania, which have been recognized and awarded internationally.

    • Hadley Dean, (MRICS) Chief Executive Officer, EPP

      As CEO of EPP, Hadley brings more than 20 years of real estate experience to Echo Polska Properties. Most recently the CEO of Compass Offices’ European, Middle Eastern, and African operations, Hadley helped Compass grow to become Hong Kong’s largest serviced office provider with a network extending to Australia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Singapore, and the United Arab Emirates.

      Prior to Compass Hadley served as a Managing Partner at Colliers International, an industry-leading global real estate services company operating in 66 countries. Responsible for Colliers’ Eastern Europe region, he managed the business across twelve countries, sixteen offices and more than 750 employees. He was also a Colliers’ EMEA Management Board Member.

      Hadley holds a BSc from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and a Property valuation and Management degree from Sheffield Hallam University. He is a Member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

    • Horatiu Florescu, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Romania, Knight Frank

      Highly specialized in office agency and client representation services, Horatiu has a wide breadth of property experience, gained in his 20 years’ career by advising the main developers as well as the most prominent multinational companies operating in Romania.

      Named ‘Most Successful Broker’ on Romania’s market, several times, Horatiu is reputed for his cutting edge and professional consultancy services to tenants, developers and investors alike.

      Widely acknowledged for his pre-lease expertise, Horatiu has been involved in the largest real estate office projects, having leased cca. 950,000 Sq M office space.

    • James Turner, Chief Executive Officer, Sierra Balmain

      Prior to establishing the Balmain Asset Management group in 2003, James held various senior positions with Westfield over a ten-year career, culminating in establishing their European shopping centre business in London in 1998. James has been directly involved with 2.7 million sqm and EUR 10.5 billion of shopping centre assets over his thirty-one year career in real estate. James leads the strategy and investments for the Sierra Balmain business.

    • Johannes Bauer, Head of Asset Management CEE, S+B Gruppe

      Joining S+B Gruppe AG, which is active as a real estate developer and investor, Johannes heads the activities of the group in Poland as Country Manager and oversees all hotel projects in CEE. Johannes furthermore was appointed to S+Bs Leading Team for the CEE countries. This team guides a number of major developments currently underway in Poland, Czech Republic and Romania.

    • John Kraus, Head of Sustainable Urbanisation, RICS

      John is Head of Sustainable Urbanisation at RICS. In this capacity, he leads RICS’ international  research and sustainability programmes and plays a leading role in developing the World Built Environment Forum, including as host of the Forum’s webinar series.  John serves on the Climate Change Expert Panel of the UK Construction Industry Council (CIC), which aims to spread best practice across the built environment professions, and the Coalition for Energy Efficient Buildings (CEEB), which is working to pilot financial tools to accelerate retrofits of residential properties. He has contributed to reports for the World Economic Forum, International Finance Corporation and the Green Finance Initiative. Prior to joining RICS, John served as a senior UK diplomat, completing substantive postings to several European capitals, with a focus on multilateral issues including climate change.

    • Jonathan Hallett, (MRICS) Executive Partner, Head of Central & Eastern Europe, Cushman & Wakefield

      As Head of Central & Eastern Europe, Jonathan oversees Cushman & Wakefield’s operations across the region, with over 1100 staff in six countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Russia and Turkey) and Cushman & Wakefield Alliance partners in a further nine countries across the CEE region.

      Jonathan is a European Executive Committee Member of Cushman & Wakefield and the Managing Partner of Cushman & Wakefield in the Czech Republic. He is a member of the RICS, IBF Board Member (International Business Forum), and BGMC Board Member.

    • Karl Wilson, Managing Director CEE & Russia, Aareal Bank AG

      Karl Wilson is the Managing Director for Aareal Bank in Central Europe & Russia with the core focus being on Poland. Aareal Bank have a full Bank Branch in Warsaw and a Representative office in Moscow. Karl has been with Aareal since 2000.

      Prior to this position, he worked initially in Frankfurt and thereafter in London within Real Estate Banking and thereafter in Prague for what is now PWC, co-ordinating their CEE corporate finance real estate activities. He holds a degree in estate management from Trinity College Dublin.

    • Lila Pateraki, Director of Investments, Zeus Capital Management

      Ms. Pateraki has over 20 years of development, project and asset management experience internationally with blue-chip development companies. Prior to joining Zeus, Ms. Pateraki worked in Lamda Development Group, J&P Development (in Greece and Romania) and Turner Construction Corporation (in the U.S.). She carries a vast experience in all phases of real estate investments, having been involved in some of the largest, high profile development projects in the commercial, residential, industrial, tourism and marinas sector in Greece, U.S.A. U.A.E and South Eastern Europe. Ms. Pateraki joined Zeus in 2007 and she is responsible for the transaction origination and execution as well as the asset management of the investments of Zeus in Europe. She holds an MBA from Columbia Business School in New York and an MSc in Civil Engineering from the National Polytechnic in Athens.

    • Lukas Hejduk, Partner & Head of CEE Real Estate, CMS

      Lukáš Hejduk is a partner and Head of Real Estate, CEE in CMS. He advises on all aspects of real estate mandates including real estate M&A, construction projects, development, leasing, sale and lease-back transactions or greenfield investments. He specialises in complex property transaction and has extensive experience of acting for funds, private investors, developers, insurance providers and banks.

      Additionally, Lukáš heads the CEE Hotel & Leisure practice and advises on sector specific matters such as hotel management agreements.

    • Maksym Gavryushyn, Commercial Director, Budhouse Group

      Mr. Gavryushyn started his professional career in 1998 working on various projects in marketing and sociological research. Since 2003 Mr. Gavryushyn concentrated on numerous consulting projects with focus on Ukrainian real estate market. Over his career in the real estate industry, Mr. Gavryushyn has been involved in a wide range of real estate activities including project management, research, marketing, consulting, property management, leasing, site acquisition and development. He has worked in various fields of real estate including residential, hotels, offices and shopping centers.

      In the year 2004 he joined Ukrainian Trade Guild, a leading Ukrainian real estate consulting and brokerage firm, where he held a position of Head of Research, Marketing and Strategic Consulting Department. During 2004-2009 he has obtained substantial experience of conducting more than 430 researches and development of more than 230 projects of residential and commercial properties in Ukraine, Russia, Moldova, Georgia. He also continued his education in ICSC School for professional development in 2007-2008.

      Since 2009 Mr. Gavryushyn is the Commercial Director of Budhouse Group, leading Ukrainian investment and development company. He is responsible for development, marketing and research, leasing, property, facility and asset management of BHG properties.  Since 2015 Mr. Gavryushyn also holds a position of Chair of the ICSC Ukrainian National Committee.

    • Martin Holler, Founding Partner, Giese & Partner

      Martin advises leading investors, developers and real estate banks in structuring their investments in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and the entire Central-Eastern European region. He publishes and reports regularly about present developments in Czech and Slovak real estate law and questions concerning financing.

      Martin is Past Chair of the Real Estate Section of the International Bar Association and a member of the Round Table of the German Mortgage Banking Association. He is frequently recognized by Who’s Who Legal as one of the world’s leading practitioners in the field of real estate projects in the Czech Republic and is recommended by Legal 500 for both real estate and banking.

      Martin is admitted to the German Bar and is a member of the Czech Bar. He is also admitted to the Slovak Bar.

      Martin speaks German, English and Czech.

    • Matthias Bitzan, Head of International CRE Clients, Erste Group Bank

      Matthias has worked with Erste Group Bank AG since 2005 with a focus in real estate financing from the very beginning. In 2007 he joined the commercial real estate financing department in Erste Group. Since 2011 he is heading the International Clients Department for Commercial Real Estate Financing. The regional focus includes Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia.

      Matthias is Managing Director of Erste Group Bank AG.

    • Michal Cwiklinski, (MRICS) Principal, Managing Director Poland, Avison Young

      Michał has 15 years of experience with investment sales and acquisitions in CEE. Prior to taking the position of Principal, Managing Director at Avison Young in Poland, he spent 7 years at King Sturge both in London and Warsaw offices and served as Head of Capital Markets at Savills where he built up the company’s Warsaw branch. In his career, Michal has concluded investment transactions of ca. EUR 4 billion. His business achievements and leadership skills were recognized several times with market awards.

    • Nebil Senman, Managing Partner, Griffin Real Estate

      Managing Partner at Griffin Real Estate. Nebil Senman held leading positions for nine years as Senior Vice President and Supervisory Board Member of Oaktree’s German and Polish real estate funds and operations worth several billion euro. Before joining Oaktree, he spent eight years dealing with the real estate and corporate consulting at Ernst & Young Real Estate (previously Arthur Andersen), where he held different managerial positions. He is a graduate of universities in Berlin (TU Berlin, EBS), Paris (ESCP Europe) and London (LSE) and holds an MBA and a master degree in civil engineering. He also holds a post-graduate diploma in real estate management (EBS). He is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, MRICS.

    • Noah Steinberg, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, WING

      Noah is the chairman and CEO of WING, the market leading office developer and one of the largest real estate companies in Hungary. He is an American citizen, he has worked in Hungary since 1990. In his current position he was responsible for establishing WING and oversees the company’s real estate investment and development businesses.

      Noah is a graduate of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna in Austria. He speaks French, German, Spanish, Hungarian and English.

    • Paul Betts, (MRICS) Managing Director Central Europe, M7 Real Estate

      Paul is responsible for M7 operations across the Central European region. He has been working in real estate for 27 years and has been based overseas for over 23 years in Central Europe and France. Prior to joining M7 in 2015 he was Head of EMEA Logistics at Jones Lang LaSalle responsible for the coordination of all business services offered within the Logistics sector across the EMEA region, he was also a member of the Global Logistics Board.

      Paul was previously a Partner of King Sturge and Managing Director of the French operations where he was responsible for the acquisition and disposal of over €1 billion of light industrial, logistics and office assets for domestic and international investors. Key clients included Scottish Widows Investment Partnership, Challenger Australia and OBB Realinvest. As well as working on acquisitions he was involved in the establishment and fund raising for a real estate fund set up to invest in French provincial markets. Prior to this he was located in Prague for King Sturge, becoming Managing Director in 1995, overseeing expansion of the team from eight to twenty-five and was involved in the formation of new offices in Poland, Hungary and Croatia. He advised on a number of the earliest institutional investment transactions in the region for clients including GE Capital and HypoVereinsbank as well as providing development advice including site assembly for Skanska, as well as significantly diversifying the range of property services available for investors, developers and occupiers in the emerging Czech market.

      Paul is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and has a BSc (Hons) in Urban Estate Surveying.

    • Pavel Streblov, Head of Business Development, Penta Real Estate

      Pavel Streblov is Commercial Business Director in Penta Real Estate CZ with responsibility for commercial projects in Prague. He was in charge of the Waltrovka, Churchill and Smichoff projects  and develops a future project pipeline of 250ths sqm. He holds degrees from Charles University and LSE and is also active as university lecturer.

    • Peter Noack, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Zeitgeist Asset Management

      Peter Noack is co-founder of ZEITGEIST Asset Management. Today ZEITGEIST has 37 projects under management with a total investment volume of 515 million Euro. ZEITGEIST with offices in Prague, Warsaw and Berlin, is a Real Estate Developer and Asset Manager for private and institutional investors in Germany and Central Eastern Europe. Prior to ZEITGEIST, Peter worked in institutional real estate in Germany, Central Eastern Europe and Turkey for HOCHTIEF Development and Rödl & Partner in Germany and Czech Republic. He is registered as a licenced attorney at law in Germany and Czech Republic and holds a Law degree from Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany.

    • Petr Panek, Head of CEE Real Estate, White & Case

      Petr Panek is a Czech and US law-qualified deal leader heading the CEE real estate team at White & Case. He acts for a wide range of sponsors, developers, banks and other clients on real estate matters across all market segments, with a particular focus on large ticket deals, portfolio and cross-border transactions.  Over the years he has advised on some of the most significant real estate deals in CEE.

    • Radu Boitan, (FRICS) Senior Investment Director, Revetas Capital

      Radu joined Revetas Capital in 2013 and is the Investment Director of the company. He was elected Chairman of the Romanian board of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) for two consecutive mandates. He has over 21 years of experience in investment, valuation and property agency within the CEE and Romanian market and has been involved in a wide variety of transactions.

      Radu was previously the Head of Capital Markets for Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) in Romania following the merger with King Sturge. He was the MD and member of the management board of King Sturge in Romania from its inception in 2005 until the merger with JLL, where his responsibility extended to investment, professional services, valuation and research. His extensive real estate experience includes investment and asset management strategy advise, investment management, equity and debt financing, valuations, and a wide spectrum of acquisitions, disposals, developments and feasibility studies.

    • Richard Wilkinson, Chief Financial Officer, CTP

      Richard started his role as Group CFO for CTP in July 2018, which includes looking after the refinancing of CTP’s portfolio of over 4.5 million sqm of premium industrial property. Prior to joining CTP, Richard ran the CRE business of Erste Group across CEE for 14 years, turning it into one of the leading CRE banking franchises. He has a Law degree from the London School of Economics.

    • Robert Martin, Partner, Head of Investments, Europa Capital

      Robert is a Partner and a member of the Investment Committee at Europa Capital. Robert is the Head of Investments for the Pan-European fund series. Robert also has oversight of all acquisitions and asset management in Central Europe (Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary) and has been investing in the region for Europa Capital for over 20 years. Before co-founding Europa Capital in 1998, Robert worked at St Quintin and Herring Baker Harris in London.  Robert is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and received a BSc in Land Management from Reading University, and an MBA from the University of Cape Town, South Africa.

    • Robert Neale, Chief Executive Officer, Portland Trust

      Robert has worked in the commercial real estate industry since 1982 based in cities including London, Brussels and currently Prague and Bucharest since 1991.

      After an agency background with Healey & Baker in 1993 (now Cushman & Wakefield), he created the development and asset management company Portland Trust in 1998. Portland Trust has been in partnership with US property and fund management group Ares Management, L.P. (formerly AREA Property Partners) since 1999. Ares currently has assets under management of over $160 billion and provides equity capital jointly with Portland Trust to purchase development projects, under-managed assets with refurbishment potential and undercapitalised companies in central and eastern Europe. Together, Ares and Portland Trust have developed or refurbished over 800,000 m2 of commercial space in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania.

      Better known projects include Metropole Zlicin (one of the first major malls in Prague), Bucharest Business Park (the first A-class business park in Bucharest), Floreasca Park (which in 2014 won the CEEQA Office Development of the Year and the CEEQA RealGreen Building of the Year, CEEQA Green Leadership Award and CIJ Investment transaction of the year in 2015), Oregon Park (which won the CEEQA Overall Building of the Year SEE in 2018) and more recently the new ING Bank HQ, EXPO Business Park in Bucharest.

    • Roger Dunlop, (MRICS) Chief Executive Officer, Avestus Real Estate

      Roger joined Avestus Real Estate as CEO in April, 2006 bringing more than 20 years of experience in the real estate business. From its headquarters in Prague, Roger oversees the continued development of ARE’s portfolio of residential, office and retail properties, a number of large mixed-use developments, and the company’s ongoing expansion into new territories across CEE. Prior to his current position with ARE.

      Roger held Managing Director and CEO positions at leading real estate entities in the UK, including: 2002–2006, Divisional Managing Director of Gleeson Homes, a wholly owned subsidiary of MJ Gleeson Group; 1999–2001, residential Managing Director at Chelverton International; 1996–1999, Managing Director, South Thames division of Countryside Properties. Roger is a member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

    • Tadeusz Jachowicz, Regional Director CEE, Gleeds

      Tadeusz Jachowicz has over 30 years of experience in construction and real estate together with project and cost management expertise. Since 2003 he has been holding the position of Regional Director CEE, Gleeds Polska Director. Tadeusz joined Gleeds in 1995. Currently he manages its business in Poland and Ukraine and is also responsible for Gleeds further expansion into Eastern European markets. Tadeusz has a sound knowledge of local market conditions in this region and is fluent in Polish, English and Russian. He is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS), and holds an Unlimited Building Licence to direct and supervise construction works in accordance with Polish Building Law.

    • Tomas Picha, Senior Director of Transactions CEE, Invesco Real Estate

      Tomas is a Senior Director of Transactions in Central & Eastern Europe at INVESCO REAL ESTATE and is based in Prague. IRE belongs to the largest independent global Fund Managers with more than USD 1,3 trillions of AUM and Tomas oversees their direct real estate investments in Czech Republic, Poland and other Eastern markets where IRE has an investment interest. Graduated in the University of Economics in Prague and has more than 17 years of experience in real estate investments with focus on CEE markets.

    • Tomas Salajka, Director of Acquisitions, Asset Management & Sales, CPI Property Group

      Tomáš joined CPI Property Group as Director of Acquisitions, Asset Management & Sales and a Board member in June 2014. Tomáš is responsible for acquisitions and asset management of the Group’s portfolio and in addition he oversees the Group’s operating platforms in Germany, Poland and Hungary. Tomáš has 18 years of real estate experience, with five years at CPIPG, previously working 10 years for GE Real Estate CEE/Germany and ČSOB for 3 years. Tomas has an education in Economics.

    • Tomasz Buras, CEO, Head of Investment, Savills

      Tomasz is responsible for the company’s development strategy and key clients relations. He supervises ongoing projects and advises in the most important transactions.

      Tomasz joined Savills in 2011 as Head of Office Agency and Board Member. He was further promoted to Head of Country in 2014. Under his leadership, the company in Poland went from ca. 50 to over 130 staff members and its revenue more than doubled. While acting as CEO, in 2018 Tomasz took up the role of Head of Investment and significantly expanded the department setting up i.a. a team dedicated to investment advisory for warehouse and industrial sector building on the strong growth of e-commerce and Poland’s strategic location as a gateway between western Europe and Asia. He is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics, a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, MRICS and a CCIM specialist.

    • Troy Jahaver, Managing Director Europe, Lincoln Property

      Troy is responsible for the European operations of Lincoln. The company was founded in Dallas in 1965 and is one of the largest full-service real estate companies in the United States. Lincoln has developed more than 13 million square meters of commercial projects and 220,000 multi-family residential units. Lincoln has also acquired more than $30 billion of assets since 1988 and currently manages commercial assets valued at more than $82 billion. Lincoln Europe was relaunched April 2016 and currently has offices in Prague and London, with over €1.2 billion under development.

      An American national, Troy Javaher was previously the Head of Capital Markets for CEE at JLL. He has a Masters in Real Estate from Columbia University in New York and has professional work experience in the CEE region since 1998.

 
 

Cee Markets:

Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine

See Markets:

Albania, Bosnia & Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia

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