Savills Studley Gets New Chicago Leadership
December 4, 2014


Savills Studley has just promoted Robert Sevim and Eric Feinberg, two of its veterans, to co-heads of its Chicago office. Sevim will also assume the title of executive vice president and Feinberg will become senior vice president. John Goodman, Joe Learner and Rick Schuham, each executive vice president, will continue to serve on the Chicago region management committee.

The coming year will be an important one for the firm, as it begins to take advantage of a merger completed earlier this year that radically expanded its platform. As reported in GlobeSt.com, in May Studley, a New York-based company, merged with London-based Savills plc and adopted the name Savills Studley.

“With the merger we’re in a strong position to grow our existing business, but also to expand our talent pool and expand our business lines,” Sevim tells GlobeSt.com. Top-flight professionals will find it appealing to work for a truly global brand and the company plans on expanding its capital markets, retail and industrial business and further boosting its highly-developed office tenant representation work...

Savills Studley Gets New Chicago Leadership




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