Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to announce the appointment of Vlad Mrdak as National Director | Government and Strategic Advisory, based in Western Australia.
Vlad will lead the new National Govt Advisory business line, with a strong focus on providing strategic asset and property management advice to government.
Vlad brings over 15 years of experience in advising businesses and governments in Australia and has served in various senior executive roles, including General Manager, Department of Finance, where he led portfolio-wide change reforms and initiatives, strategic alignment and improvements such as whole-of-government accommodation reform and sector-wide Asset Management Reform.
Jon McCormick, Cushman & Wakefield’s Head of IFM & Asset Services, ANZ said “We are thrilled to welcome Vlad to the business. He has a proven track record of delivering innovative solutions to complex challenges and is known for his ability to work collaboratively with clients to achieve their goals.
“Cushman & Wakefield has the ‘first to market’ advantage with this new division with a massive potential to add value to our government and other clients in WA, nationally and internationally, assisted by the Cushman & Wakefield global knowledge network.
“His excellent relationships with key stakeholders from across the public and private sectors will be a huge asset to the wider business,” said Mr McCormick.
Digby Sutherland and Mark Clapham, Cushman & Wakefield’s WA Joint Managing Directors said the establishment of the new Government & Strategic Advisory division allows us to provide a unique point of difference to our client’s and continues our momentum in expanding the WA business.
Vlad Mrdak, Cushman & Wakefield’s National Director | Government and Strategic Advisory said "I am delighted to join Cushman & Wakefield and look forward to leading the Government and Strategic Advisory team.
"I am committed to working with our clients to deliver tailored solutions that address their specific needs and achieve their desired outcomes" he said.