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Cushman & Wakefield appoints three new partners

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Cushman & Wakefield has Ralph Noyen MSc, Frank Elferink MSRE MSc MRICS and Pepijn van den Bosch, appointed to Partner as per 1 January 2015. Noyen (39) and Elferink (35) were both Associate in the Capital Markets Team, which consists of thirteen employees. Van den Bosch (39) was an Associate at the Retail Agency department, a team consisting of ten employees.

Noyen started his real estate career in 2005 at the Investment department of Troostwijk Makelaars and made the move to the Capital Markets department of Cushman & Wakefield in 2007. Noyen has earned his spurs as a Partner in the property investment market, mainly in the area of the purchase and sale of commercial real estate (portfolios) and supermarket investments. Elferink started in 2005 at the international real estate advisor in the Valuation & Advisory team. Since 2012 he is part of the Capital Markets team. In this team, he focuses on retail and residential properties. Van den Bosch started his real estate career in 2000 and made the transition from CBRE to Cushman & Wakefield in 2012 to strengthen the Retail Agency department. Van den Bosch focuses in particular on the purchase and lease of A1 Retail and the expansion of international retailers.

Jeroen Lokerse, Managing Partner at Cushman & Wakefield Netherlands, commented on the appointments: "Noyen, Elferink and Van den Bosch make a significant contribution to the success of our organisation. The past years have shown that our customers have confidence in their competence and approach. I am therefore convinced that they will have an even more important role with their new responsibilities in their respective teams. And they will contribute to the further growth of Cushman & Wakefield, in the Netherlands but also internationally."