New Delhi: Global property consultant DTZ on Thursday said it has restructured its real estate operations in India for better client service and business growth.
DTZ said it has formed a new company structure for its Indian operations to strengthen long-term competitiveness and deliver a stronger and more differentiated client servicing experience.
"The new company structure will have three client groups comprising occupiers, investors and developers at the nucleus of its structure and an overarching Strategic Client Service organisation to augment customer experience," DTZ said in a statement.
The new organisational structure is designed to speed up service delivery and accelerate growth, DTZ-India Chief Executive Anshul Jain said.
DTZ has elevated Anuj Nangpal and Aniruddh Wahal as Managing Directors to head Investor Services and Occupier Services, Transactions, respectively.
Karun Varma has been appointed as Managing Director, Strategic Client Services & New Businesses, while Shashi Bushan has become Managing Director, Project Management Services (Fitouts).
DTZ would offer services that include transactions (corporate leasing), project management, base build development, facilities management, private and institutional investments, valuations, consulting, land advisory and research services.
DTZ operates across 217 offices in 52 countries and it offers services throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and the Americas.
First Published: Thursday, July 4, 2013, 15:51