Cushman & Wakefield, the world’s largest privately-held commercial real estate services firm, is proud to have Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly, President of Risk Management Services, named as a consultant for all ABC News platforms.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Risk Management Services (“RMS”) offers clients tailored solutions to mitigate risks around the world. As President of RMS, Commissioner Kelly focuses on helping clients identify potential vulnerabilities as well as prepare for and manage risk across a number of critical areas. These include physical and cyber security intelligence, crisis management, due diligence/site selection and emergency preparedness.
John Santora, President and CEO of Corporate Occupiers & Investor Services, hailed ABC News on naming Commissioner Kelly as a consultant: "Global risks are diverse, disruptive, geographic in scope, and constantly evolving. Commissioner Kelly brings a high level of strategic advice and expertise in managing risks in business, law enforcement and public safety to Cushman & Wakefield. He will be an exceptional asset for ABC News.” Mr. Santora added: “We are honored to have one of the world’s foremost security experts leading C&W’s strategy to provide our clients the highest level of risk management service in the real estate sector.”
Commissioner Kelly joined C&W following a career that includes 50 years of public service. Among the hallmarks are his positions as the longest serving Commissioner in New York Police Department history, Commissioner of the US Customs Service and Undersecretary of Enforcement at the US Treasury Department as well as his United States Marine Corps service.