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Eric van Dyck back at Cushman

A well-known figure on the Belgian real estate landscape has been appointed to a senior position with Cushman & Wakefield EMEA.
The company has announced that it has appointed Eric van Dyck as Chair of its EMEA Capital Markets business.

Capital markets specialist Van Dyck re-joins Cushman & Wakefield from Redevco B.V. which he joined in 2010 first as COO and latterly as Chief Investment Officer. He was at Cushman & Wakefield previously for 27 years, serving as the Managing Partner for Belgium and as a board member. Van Dyck, who takes up his new position on 12 February, will continue as a non-executive board member at Leasinvest.

In his new role, says Cushman & Wakefield, he will support Jan-Willem Bastijn, Head of EMEA Capital Markets, in structuring the expanding business, supporting key clients and tracking capital flows. He will also work closely with Michael Rodda, Head of EMEA Retail Capital Markets, Stephen Screene, COO, EMEA Capital Markets, and Paul Boursican, Head of Business Space, EMEA Capital Markets.

In Belgium we may be seeing less of Eric van Dyck, however, as he will be based in London but work across the EMEA region.

Eric van Dyck, comments: “Having spent seven years on the client side, I return to Cushman & Wakefield with first-hand experience of investors’ priorities in this rapidly-changing market. It is all about products, clients and capital streams and as an advisory firm we need to ensure we continue providing the best service possible to connect these elements”.










| 07/02/2018

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