By Guy Montague-Jones2018-06-21T08:22:00
Documents filed yesterday for Cushman & Wakefield’s initial public offering (IPO) show that the company notched up total revenues of $6.9bn in 2017, which puts it shy of JLL’s $7.9bn for the same period.
The company, which is currently owned by a TPG-led consortium, has achieved rapid top line growth with revenues jumping from $6.2bn the year before, and fee revenues increasing from $4.8bn to $5.3bn.
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