Paul Fry

Salaried Partner • United Kingdom

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Paul Fry

Salaried Partner • United Kingdom

Paul Fry is a Partner in Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Occupier Services (GOS) team and leads Cushman & Wakefield’s EMEA Occupier Finance team based in London. He specialises in advising occupier clients to unlock value or reduce costs from their real estate portfolios.

The team brings together experts from finance, property and accounting, working alongside our clients to identify, structure and execute real estate solutions to achieve both value maximisation for shareholders along with operational flexibility for the business.

  • Occupier Consulting - working with occupiers to develop real estate strategies and solutions that align with the operational and financial objectives of the organisation.
  • Strategic Transactions - designing and executing strategic transactions for occupiers including structured sale & leasebacks, OpCo PropCo structuring, joint ventures, leasehold liability transfers and strategic acquisitions.

  • Royal Bank of Scotland - structured sale and leaseback of a portfolio of 62 retail, office and industrial properties
  • Royal Mail - disposal of a surplus portfolio of 115 leasehold liabilities, 6 surplus assets and 176 part occupied assets
  • State Street - lease restructure for their European HQ office at Canary Wharf, London
  • Kingfisher - leasehold liability transfer of 28 surplus stores
  • HPS Investments - sale & leaseback of a portfolio of 15 DIY stores in Sloveni

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