Chuck Scott

Chief Executive Officer, Canada
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Chuck Scott

Chief Executive Officer, Canada

As Chief Executive Officer, Canada of Cushman & Wakefield, Chuck Scott oversees the corporate direction and strategy of more than 3000 employees throughout the Americas. His responsibilities include developing and executing the company’s growth strategies, building new business opportunities and client partnerships, and enhancing the firm’s presence and service offerings across the region.

In addition to his responsibilities as CEO, Chuck leads the Americas Valuation & Advisory Services platform. This group includes over 600 professionals that appraise over $1 trillion worth of assets on an annual basis. His proven track record of strategic leadership and growing the Canadian business by more than 200% through both organic growth initiatives and acquisitions propelled him into this expanded role in 2020. Chuck is responsible for leading the platform’s overall strategy, identifying future growth opportunities and leading change through innovative approaches to garner maximum results amid a rapidly evolving industry landscape.

Chuck joined Cushman & Wakefield in 2008, bringing more than 20 years’ executive leadership experience and commercial real estate expertise to the role. Prior to his current position, he served as the President of Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Occupier Services division in Canada where under his leadership, the business unit achieved record-setting revenue growth.

Chuck is an energetic, driven, and passionate leader with proven success in developing and fostering long-term relationships with some of the firm’s largest occupier and investor clients. Throughout his career, he has been focused on identifying high value opportunities that position both the firm and its clients for continued growth.

Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Chuck was President of The Gordian Services Group, a boutique real estate consulting and project management firm where he oversaw its Canadian and U.S. operations.