New Roles for Lickerman, Stettinius at Cushman & Wakefield

Joe Stettinius will become chief executive of brokerage and capital markets for the Americas and Tod Lickerman will assume the role of the region's chief executive.
Tod Lickerman

Tod Lickerman

Chicago–A year after the completion of Cushman & Wakefield’s epic merger with DTZ, two of the giant service firm’s senior executives are about to take on new roles, the company announced on Tuesday.

Effective Nov. 1, Joe Stettinius will become chief executive of brokerage and capital markets for the Americas, a newly created position. He had served as chief executive of the Americas region since completion of the Cushman & Wakefield/DTZ merger, in which he played a key role. Before DTZ combined with Cassidy Turley in early 2015, Stettinius served as CEO of Cassidy Turley. Prior to that, he was area director for Trammell Crow’s Mid-Atlantic services business.

Tod Lickerman, who has held the title of global president since the merger, will assume the role of chief executive for the Americas, the firm’s largest region.

Both executives are veterans of leadership positions at the legacy firms that comprise Cushman & Wakefield.

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Joe Stettinius

Lickerman followed a similar trajectory to Cushman & Wakefield, where he rounds out his term as global president. Prior to this role, he served as global CEO at DTZ. Among other positions, he has served as CEO of corporate solutions for the Americas at JLL.

“We are building on our position of strength, and dedicated to growing in every major market where we operate,” said Lickerman in a statement. “Joe and I are both excited to work even more closely with our clients as we continue to add depth, talent and scale to meet their needs.”

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