New Head of Advisory & Transaction Services at CBRE
Łukasz Kałędkiewicz will be taking up a new role in CBRE. In addition to his previous job as the Head of Advisory and Transaction Services and a member of CBRE’s operating management board in Poland, he will be undertaking a new challenge. He will be acting as the Head of Advisory and Transaction Services in the CEE and SEE regions.
“For a long time now, we have been noticing a change in our clients’ approach who see the Central and Eastern Europe region as a whole. They also expect us to present a comprehensive approach in terms of services offered, which we achieve by continuously strengthening cooperation between individual countries or service lines. Lukasz’s experience in building and integrating various business areas guarantees success in the challenge that he undertook,” says Daniel Bienias, CBRE Managing Director in Poland and Central and Eastern Europe.
Łukasz Kałędkiewicz has been with CBRE since 2010. He started his adventure with the company by leading a team of 6 people of office space-letting specialists. At the moment, he is responsible for managing a team of more than 120 professionals. On a day-to-day basis, he leads the Advisory & Transaction Services business line in Poland. Units reporting to him include office/warehouse/retail space letting, property portfolio management, and strategic consultancy. Lukasz is also responsible for CBRE’s entire office sector, making him highly focused on developing this area of business in Poland and coordinating an integrated approach to services provided. Lukasz is also a member of the Polish team managing CBRE’s development in Poland. In his new role, he will be responsible for further integration of the company’s business lines regionally and for strengthening cooperation between individual countries in Central and Eastern Europe.
Prior to joining CBRE, Lukasz was employed with DTZ where he was responsible for letting office spaces, representing both the tenants and the landlords. He graduated from Warsaw University of Technology, as well as Cambridge University, majoring in sustainable development in real estate.