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Corporate Capital Markets

Our Corporate Capital Markets professionals customize financing solutions that are tailored to our clients’ objectives and priorities.

Adding Value Through Experience and Vast Market Knowledge

Cushman & Wakefield’s Corporate Capital Markets professionals have experience in every facet of corporate real estate, including corporate finance, accounting, taxation, ownership, development and strategic planning. In an ever-changing industry, our team stays ahead of What’s Next to create and execute solutions that maximize value, minimize costs and optimize accounting and tax implications of your real estate transactions.

Our approach is custom-tailored to the unique needs of your organization. We have the experience and a comprehensive knowledge of local and national markets to offer:

  • Maximized value. We explore all options to develop the most innovative financing and control strategies available to achieve the maximum value for your real estate assets.
  • Tax mitigation. We structure transactions to minimize tax cost or maximize tax benefits, including tax credits, depreciation, interest benefits and tax-exempt financing.
  • Accounting expertise. We execute financial structures that enhance your credit profile.

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