Cushman & Wakefield

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Cushman & Wakefield is a global leader in commercial real estate services, helping clients transform the way people work, shop, and live. The firm’s 43,000 employees in more than 60 countries provide deep local and global insights that create significant value for occupiers and investors around the world. Cushman & Wakefield is among the largest commercial real estate services firms with revenues of $5 billion across core services of agency leasing, asset services, capital markets, facility services (branded C&W Services), global occupier services, investment management (branded DTZ Investors), project & development services, tenant representation and valuation & advisory.
TypePublic
Founded1917
HQChicago, US
Websitecushmanwakefield.com
Employee Ratings3.6

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Sept 2019)51,000
Job Openings1,038
Revenue (FY, 2018)$8.2 B(+19%)
Share Price (Sept 2020)$11.5 (-6%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Cushman & Wakefield

Brett White

Brett White

Executive Chairman & CEO
Olga Yasko

Olga Yasko

Associate Director, Business Development
James Patterson

James Patterson

Chief Executive ANZ
Dan Hubert

Dan Hubert

Vice President, Industrial/Office Leasing
Victor Lachica

Victor Lachica

President & CEO
Nonny Subeno

Nonny Subeno

Executive Director
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Cushman & Wakefield Office Locations

Cushman & Wakefield has offices in Chicago, Atlanta, Bellevue, Dallas and in 14 other locations
Chicago, US (HQ)
225 W Wacker Dr Suite 3000
Atlanta, US
1180 Peachtree, 1180 Peachtree St NE #3100
Bellevue, US
10500 NE 8th St #1125
Chicago, US
3423 N Drake Ave
Dallas, US
2021 McKinney Ave #900
Denver, US
1401 Lawrence St #1100
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Cushman & Wakefield Financials and Metrics

Cushman & Wakefield Revenue

Cushman & Wakefield's revenue was reported to be $8.22 b in FY, 2018 which is a 18.7% increase from the previous period.
USD

Revenue (Q2, 2020)

1.7b

Net income (Q2, 2020)

(100.8m)

EBIT (Q2, 2020)

(62.8m)

Market capitalization (18-Sept-2020)

2.5b

Closing stock price (18-Sept-2020)

11.5

Cash (30-Jun-2020)

875.5m

EV

2.2b
Cushman & Wakefield's current market capitalization is $2.5 b.
Annual
USDFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Revenue

4.2b6.2b6.9b8.2b

Revenue growth, %

48%11%19%

Cost of goods sold

3.4b5.1b5.6b6.6b

Gross profit

806.9m1.1b1.3b1.6b
Quarterly
USDQ2, 2018Q3, 2018Q4, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020

Revenue

2.0b2.1b8.2b1.9b2.1b2.1b1.9b1.7b

Cost of goods sold

1.6b1.7b6.6b1.6b1.7b1.7b

Gross profit

409.6m388.8m1.6b338.2m434.6m426.6m

Gross profit Margin, %

21%19%19%18%20%20%
Annual
USDFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Cash

382.3m405.6m895.3m813.2m

Accounts Receivable

1.3b1.3b1.5b1.5b

Prepaid Expenses

141.4m176.3m343.4m484.4m

Current Assets

1.8b1.9b2.7b2.9b
Quarterly
USDQ2, 2018Q3, 2018Q4, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020

Cash

382.4m939.0m895.3m411.0m423.7m400.1m379.5m875.5m

Accounts Receivable

1.3b1.3b1.5b1.4b1.4b1.4b1.2b1.2b

Prepaid Expenses

339.7m373.9m343.4m312.2m438.5m494.0m108.6m

Current Assets

2.1b2.6b2.7b2.1b2.3b2.3b2.2b2.6b
Annual
USDFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Net Income

(472.8m)(449.5m)(220.5m)(185.8m)200.0k

Depreciation and Amortization

155.9m260.6m270.6m290.0m296.7m

Accounts Payable

61.6m118.3m42.6m74.9m

Cash From Operating Activities

(43.6m)(335.1m)4.4m(2.2m)269.3m
Quarterly
USDQ2, 2018Q3, 2018Q4, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020

Net Income

(124.2m)(172.9m)(185.8m)(20.9m)(14.6m)(2.9m)(55.1m)(155.9m)

Depreciation and Amortization

141.4m213.0m290.0m73.5m147.8m222.8m146.6m

Accounts Payable

(18.4m)(10.6m)74.9m(116.0m)(93.8m)(107.0m)(109.4m)(133.1m)

Cash From Operating Activities

(179.4m)(40.1m)(2.2m)(214.9m)(158.3m)(100.6m)(249.9m)(299.9m)
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Cushman & Wakefield Operating Metrics

FY, 2017FY, 2018

Countries

70 70

Locations

400 400
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Cushman & Wakefield Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
3H SARL
Act'Immo SAS
ADMOS LUX S.à r.l.
ADMOS SPRL
Alutiiq C&W Services
Aurora Europe General Partner Limited
Beijing PREMAS Property Services Co.
BPO EA Malaysia SDN. BHD.
BPOEA (Thailand) Company Limited
Bre Otay
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Cushman & Wakefield Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

94/100

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Cushman & Wakefield Revenue Breakdown

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Cushman & Wakefield revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 7.2% from Australia, 65.7% from United States, 21.9% from All other countries and 5.2% from United Kingdom

Cushman & Wakefield Online and Social Media Presence

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Cushman & Wakefield News and Updates

Permanent remote workforce may be around 10% after pandemic, says Cushman & Wakefield CEO

Cushman & Wakefield CEO Brett White said he thinks about 10% of workers will be remote after the pandemic, double the pre-Covid rate but less than many predict.

Blink Charging Signs Agreement with Cushman & Wakefield for Deployment of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Cushman & Wakefield will offer Blink equipment, including Blink IQ 200 Units, and related services to U.S. Clients

Wall Street analysts are predicting an earnings bloodbath for real-estate giants like CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield, with a Great Recession-sized hit packed into just a few months

Analysts are predicting one of the most bruising quarters in recent memory for major real-estate firms such as CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, and JLL, which are scheduled to report earnings in the coming weeks. The publicly traded companies derive around 50% of their earnings from real-estate tran…

India Ranks Third In Global Manufacturing Risk Index: Cushman & Wakefield Report

India ranks third in the list of most-suitable locations for global manufacturing among 48 countries.

Co-living was a big bet on dorm-like city housing for young professionals. Here's how it's faring in the social-distancing era — and why players like Nuveen and Cushman & Wakefield remain bullish.

The co-living industry, which has grown rapidly in recent years, is facing its first downturn and a pandemic that threatens to upend the core of its business model. So far, industry players say the sector has weathered the crisis, although rents and occupancy have appeared to fall more than the ov…

A top Americas exec at commercial real-estate giant Cushman & Wakefield is out

Shawn Mobley, CEO of the Americas for Cushman & Wakefield, has left the firm. In a letter to friends and colleagues, Mobley said he will spend more time with family and organizations he's involved in and plan his next career move. "While I'm not sure where this all heads exactly, I know there'…
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Cushman & Wakefield Blogs

Using Actionable Data for Effective Long-Term and Short-Term Capital Planning in Facilities Management

The use of actionable data lies within the ability of an organization to track, manage, analyze, and apply data. Actionable data holds excellent potential for capital planning in facilities management, and Facilities Managers need to understand how the application of The post Using Actionable Data f…

Actionable Data in Facilities: The New Currency

In 2017, The Economist published an article detailing the data’s role in today’s society and its value. While oil remained the most valuable resource on earth for more than a century, evolution led to a new resource—data. As facility budget The post Actionable Data in Facilities: The New Currency ap…

The Top 5 Things to Know About Lease Audits

by Chris Mulumba In the world of commercial real estate, lease audits can be an important tool for brokers to ensure their clients get a fair deal as related to operating expenses. At Cushman & Wakefield Dallas, we utilize The post The Top 5 Things to Know About Lease Audits appeared first on C…

How Legacy Technology Nickle & Dimes Your Facilities Budget

Outdated or legacy systems constitute a significant problem among today’s facilities management teams. The best-laid plans for improved operations will always fail when an organization relies on obsolete processes and legacy technologies. In today’s world, the smallest of improvements have The post …

Cushman & Wakefield’s Chicago Office Celebrates Annual Week of Giving

By: Vicki Noonan, Chicago Managing Principal During the holiday season, Cushman & Wakefield’s Chicago office participated in the annual Week of Giving where more than 250 employees came together for a week full of engaging service and donation opportunities The post Cushman & Wakefield’s Ch…

Orlando is a Top 10 Market for Economic Success in the U.S.

By Chris Owen, Director, Florida Research The Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) ranks high in Area Development’s “2019 Leading Metro Locations” report, released the first week of 2020. Orlando is one of the leading bright spots in the The post Orlando is a Top 10 Market…
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Cushman & Wakefield Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Cushman & Wakefield founded?

    Cushman & Wakefield was founded in 1917.

  • Who are Cushman & Wakefield key executives?

    Cushman & Wakefield's key executives are Brett White, Olga Yasko and James Patterson.

  • How many employees does Cushman & Wakefield have?

    Cushman & Wakefield has 51,000 employees.

  • Who are Cushman & Wakefield competitors?

    Competitors of Cushman & Wakefield include Newmark Knight Frank, CBRE and Cresa.

  • Where is Cushman & Wakefield headquarters?

    Cushman & Wakefield headquarters is located at 225 W Wacker Dr Suite 3000, Chicago.

  • Where are Cushman & Wakefield offices?

    Cushman & Wakefield has offices in Chicago, Atlanta, Bellevue, Dallas and in 14 other locations.

  • How many offices does Cushman & Wakefield have?

    Cushman & Wakefield has 21 offices.