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  • Manufacturing Risk Index 2017

    Occupier Reports

    Manufacturing Risk Index 2017

    The Manufacturing Risk Index 2017 highlights the many factors that manufacturing companies must consider when expanding their business or relocating existing operations. These complex variables present a series of risks and opportunities that differ from country to country and may also change from city to city.  Read more

  • The Great Wall of Money

    Capital Market Reports

    The Great Wall of Money 2017

    The Great Wall of Money has been tracking the amount of newly raised capital targeting commercial real estate globally since the onset of the financial crisis. The report monitors capital available predominantly from funds, listed companies and institutions and explores the geographies and asset types it targets. Read more

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    Occupier Reports

    Occupier Strategy Drivers: Global Survey 2016

    Corporate real estate (CRE) leaders around the world are focused on strategies to attract and retain superior employees and help enhance their productivity. At the same time, they must continually find ways to reduce occupancy costs. The overriding challenge is to balance these two goals, which are often in opposition to one another.
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  • BPO

    Occupier Reports

    Business Process Outsourcing Location Index 2016

    Cushman & Wakefield’s comprehensive global report – Where in the World? Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) & Shared Service Location Index – assesses factors likely to affect the successful operation of BPO functions around the world. The report ranks top outsourcing locations worldwide by assessing costs, risks and operating conditions.
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  • Main Streets Across the World 2016/2017

    Real Estate Market Reports

    Main Streets Across the World 2016/2017

    The annual Main Streets Across the World report tracks 462 of the top retail streets around the globe, ranking them by their prime rental value utilising Cushman & Wakefield’s proprietary data. Read more

  • Winning in Growth Cities 2016/2017

    Capital Market Reports

    Winning in Growth Cities 2016/2017

    The 6th edition of the global flagship Winning in Growth Cities report, launched at Expo Real 2016, is an annual survey of global commercial real estate investment activity which lists the cities most successful at attracting capital. Read more

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    Occupier Reports

    Oil and Gas Report

    Cushman & Wakefield Research's global report “Oil: the Commodity We Love to Hate” assesses the impact of lower oil prices on the world’s major energy cities and provides insights into office fundamentals going forward. Read more

  • Occupier Edge - Cushman & Wakefield's global magazine

    Occupier Reports

    The Occupier Edge - Autumn 2016

    The Occupier Edge is a semiannual publication that is interesting, educational and poses a future forward point of view. In this issue of Occupier Edge, you’ll read topics that are trending across the globe. Read more

  • Digital Disruption in the Workplace Report

    Topical Reports

    Digital Disruption in the Workplace 2016

    When you hear "digital" most people think of Google, Facebook or other technology companies, but now all companies across multiple sectors are transforming into digital enterprises. Read more

  • Life Sciences 2016

    Occupier Reports

    Life Sciences 2016

    The life sciences sector remains in a state of transition, ever evolving and innovative. The way forward for the sector is clear: stakeholders must look for ways to decrease costs, given the consensus that the current upward trajectory is unsustainable.  Read more

  • Oil and gas

    Occupier Reports

    Global Oil and Gas Cities Update

    With oil prices remaining under pressure real estate costs will continue to be the focus of attention for the foreseeable future and will have a subsequent knock-on effect on the real estate market.
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  • The Great Wall of Money 2016

    Capital Market Reports

    Great Wall of Money 2016

    The Great Wall of Money has been tracking the amount of newly raised capital targeting commercial real estate globally since the onset of the financial crisis. The report monitors capital available predominantly from funds, listed companies and institutions and explores the geographies and asset types it targets. With investors from all regions now focused on deploying capital, how will the weight of money into CRE stand up throughout 2016?  Read more

  • Atlas Outlook 2016

    Capital Market Reports

    Atlas Outlook 2016

    The Atlas Outlook provides an overview of the global real estate investment market in 2015 and, more particularly, what’s in store for 2016. The report discusses the health and direction of the current market, the main areas of recent investment activity, macro drivers and of course risk. It then summarizes C&W views on the global outlook, regional trends, and areas of opportunity where investment strategy can usefully be focused. 
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  • Asia Pacific Office Overview Q4 2015

    Occupier Reports

    Asia Pacific Office Overview - Q4 2015

    Asia Pacific office market snapshot covering key themes, leasing conditions and a list of indicator rankings. Read more

  • Lease Accounting Changes: CRE To Take Centre Stage

    Occupier Reports

    Lease Accounting Changes: CRE To Take Centre Stage

    In January 2016, the IASB released a new lease accounting standard, IFRS 16. This is expected to be closely followed by the publication of a new standard from the FASB, governing body responsible for US GAAP.  Cushman & Wakefield’s latest release summarises the key changes to lease accounting, provides a high level guide to its application and details the key impacts and considerations for CRE professionals.    Read more

  • Structural changes continue to impacting global banking

    Occupier Reports

    Banking & Finance Sector Briefing

    Following a period of contraction in the wake of the financial crash, the banking and finance sector is now re-positioning itself for growth. Faced with numerous material changes to rules and regulations, banks and financial  institutions are re-calibrating their business plans in response, reducing exposure to higher risk-weighted assets and cutting impairment costs, with the aim of improving liquidity, increasing profits and upping returns, which to date have been subject to sharp, downward revisions.  Read more

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