Colin Waddell, Managing Director of Nordic Region. Credit: CBRE
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CBRE: Colin Waddell Appointed Managing Director of Nordic Region

Global real estate advisor, CBRE has announced the appointment of Colin Waddell as Managing Director of its Nordic region effective March 1, 2021.

Colin was previously Managing Director of CBRE’s Finland and Norway businesses. In his new role, Colin will oversee CBRE’s entire Nordic operations which comprise established businesses in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.

Also announced today is the appointment of Siri Tulikoura as Managing Director of CBRE’s Finland business effective March 1. In addition to her Managing Director responsibilities, Siri will continue to oversee Property Management for CBRE in Finland to ensure a smooth transition to her successor, who will be announced in due course. 

Marco Hekman, Divisional President, Advisory Services, Continental Europe at CBRE commented: 

“I am delighted that Colin will be leading our Nordic business. There is significant potential to further strengthen and enhance our capabilities for clients right across this important region and Colin is ideally positioned to spearhead this growth.”

Colin Waddell, incoming Managing Director, Nordic Region, CBRE commented: 

“I am very much looking forward the opportunity to lead our Nordic business and will be working closely with our country Managing Directors and their teams to ensure we provide a fully integrated range of best-in-class services to our domestic and international investor and occupier clients. During the pandemic, we have seen some remarkable resilience across several areas of the Nordic real estate sector and we now look forward to helping our clients take full advantage of the recovery on the horizon and to also use our expertise to unlock the significant cross-border potential that exists in capital and occupier markets.”

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