Former JLL CEO Sanjay Dutt to head Cushman & Wakefield India1 min read . Updated: 31 May 2012, 03:58 PM IST
Former JLL CEO Sanjay Dutt to head Cushman & Wakefield India
Bangalore: Sanjay Dutt, who recently quit as chief executive (business) of international property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle India, is joining Cushman and Wakefield as executive managing director, South Asia.
Dutt replaces Anuraj Mathur, who was with Cushman and Wakefield for more than 13 years.
“Cushman and Wakefield has a full platform where all services are provided to a client and my job would be in creating the right value for them," said Dutt, who previously worked with the company between 2001 and 2008, before resigning as a joint managing director to join JLL.
Dutt left Jones Lang LaSalle a few months ago to launch his own real estate fund in an equal partnership with Nipun Sahni, former managing director and India head, global commercial real estate, DSP Merrill Lynch.
After joining Cushman and Wakefield, Dutt will own a reduced stake in the fund, RE Zone Investment Advisors, but continue to be on its board.