Kevin Turpin joins Colliers as regional director of research

Kevin Turpin joins Colliers as regional director of research

Published at: 2019-10-11 08:38 | Author: CIJEurope.com
Kevin Turpin has been appointed regional director of research for Central and Eastern Europe at Colliers International. Turpin will focus on continuing to grow the market research platform Colliers has developed over the past few years. He will focus on integrating wider macroeconomic, political and social developments into real estate related insights and strategies. Turpin has been working in the commercial real estate industry for more than 20 years. He joins Colliers from JLL in Prague, where he was head of research and strategy for the CEE region. “Bringing Kevin to our growing company is the latest in a series of strategic moves to strengthen our leadership team and business in CEE. His depth of experience, client relationships and regional insights will help us continue to deliver best-in-class real estate intelligence to our clients,” said Luke Dawson, managing director and head of capital markets for the CEE region at Colliers International.

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