Covid-19 will sustainably change the European retail, retail real estate, and placemaking industry. The crisis’ dramatic impact will be felt for months, if not years. But what are the solutions we have available in this phase or reorientation? Which measures must be taken to find the way back to long-term success? It seems quite clear that, ultimately, the only chance for all stakeholders is reinforced, open, and transparent collaboration.
The Supervisory Board of IMMOFINANZ resolved upon the appointment of Ronny Pecik as member of the Executive Board of the company for three years starting with 4 May 2020. Ronny Pecik will be Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
As such, the Board of Directors will be waiving 20% of their base salaries or fees for an initial period of three months effective 1 May 2020 and the money will be used to supplement the £500,000 support fund for Landsec’s charity partners announced on 2 April 2020.
Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has appointed Krzysztof Misiak as Head of Poland to succeed Charles Taylor who leaves the firm after 30 years.
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