By Liz Hamson (old contact), Liz Hamson (old contact)30 July 1999
The Chicago-based firm, with 26 US offices, also intends to bring the first purely occupier-orientated service to the UK. Introduction of the US model, described as a ‘high-revenue, low-cost model for the occupier’, is unprecedented in Europe, where most firms represent both occupiers and landlords. The move threatens to ...
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