Cushman & Wakefield completes DTZ merger
DTZ’s new owners fold it into Cushman & Wakefield – Regus signs deal with Colliers – Chinese Government company buys out Fairway Bay part-owner
Canary Wharf owner rejects Qatar-Brookfield offer in advance – Brookfield entities report mixed returns – DTZ sale completed
2½ years after being bought from its administrators for $A120 million, DTZ Holdings plc (plus some valuable add-ons) has been sold to an international private equity consortium for an enterprise value of $A1.215 billion.
Published 17 September 2010 Darroch Ltd has closed its agency division and will continue as a valuation & research consultancy, still with a property management division. Darroch is owned by Quotable Value Ltd, which also took control of the local agency business DTZ NZ Ltd last year. DTZ NZ Ltd is now owned by DTZ […]
Published 28 July 2009 DTZ Holdings plc, the UK-listed parent of the international DTZ real estate consultancy, dived to a £75 million loss in the year to April. The UK was the only area which made a profit. The group has gone through a period of upheaval, placing a questionmark on chairman Tim Melville-Ross’s […]