"The excellent results in 2014 reflect the work carried out in recent years by everyone in the team, which now contains 26 professionals spread across a national and an international team. This structure allows us to accommodate all of our clients’ Valuation and Advisory requirements, regardless of whether they are occupiers, landlords or banks,” explains Philippe Guillerm, head of the Cushman & Wakefield Valuation & Advisory team in France. He is supported in the business and organizational development by Laurent Conrad, deputy head of the department.
Stéphane Daigremont, 42 years old, MRICS, has been promoted to a salaried partner. Stéphane joined the Valuation & Advisory team in 1999 as a Valuer, and since 2012 has managed the international team, consisting of 10 consultants. Member of the IFEI, Stéphane Daigremont graduated with an advanced Masters in Finance from the IEP, and holds a diploma in ‘Asset Acquisition and Management’ from ICH.
Rodolphe Lebas, 32 years old, holder of a Masters in Civil Law, a Masters in Property Engineering, and a diploma from the ICH, takes on the responsibility for the national team, comprising 12 consultants. Rodolphe Lebas joined Cushman & Wakefield in 2006 as a Valuer within the Valuation & Advisory team.
Diane Samuyllo, 29 years old, joins the Valuation & Advisory team as a Valuer within the international team. A graduate from the University of Edinburgh, Diane Samuyllo joined Cushman & Wakefield France in 2011 as an analyst within the Office department.
Xavier Tomasin, 34 years old, joins the Valuation & Advisory team as a Valuer within the international team. A graduate from ESSEC, Xavier Tomasin joined Cushman & Wakefield in 2011 as an analyst within the Capital Markets department.