CBRE has been Named the Top Global Real Estate Advisor
CBRE has been Named the Top Global Real Estate Advisor and the Leading Advisor for Valuation and Research in Hungary by Euromoney
| 2 October, 2017
CBRE has been named the top global real estate advisory firm at the annual Euromoney Real Estate Awards for the sixth consecutive year and beside that, CBRE Hungary was named the leading advisor for Research and Valuation as well.
In addition to the global awards, CBRE was named as the leading real estate advisory firm in Western Europe, North America, Asia, Latin America and Africa, and earned awards in 27 individual countries – up from 21 countries in 2016.
“We are honoured by this ongoing recognition from our clients and industry peers,” said Bob Sulentic, president & chief executive officer, CBRE. ”It is the direct result of our talented professionals – supported by our strong operating platform – who are working together every day to create great outcomes for our clients.”
In Europe, the Middle East & Africa, CBRE earned awards in Austria, France, Germany, Ireland, Hungary, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Portugal, Serbia, Switzerland, South Africa, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.
“I'm very proud that besides CBRE's global awards, CBRE Hungary was ranked the highest for Valuation and Research locally as well. Euromoney has recognized the achievements of our 80 committed professionals in Budapest, and reflects the opinion of experts asked by the Euromoney. Our concept of building on long term relationships with our clients is proven by the continuous 30% year on year revenue growth.” - Lóránt Kibédi Varga, managing director at CBRE Hungary stated.
Euromoney, a leading international finance publication, annually surveys the opinions of real estate advisors, developers, investment managers, corporate end-users and banks worldwide to determine the best providers of real estate services. Industry professionals from more than 75 countries participated in this year’s survey.
For more information on the 2017 Euromoney Real Estate Awards, please go to euromoney.com.
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