Colliers CRE, the real estate consultancy, is losing its chief finance
officer David Doyle due to tough market conditions.
Doyle, who joined the company in mid-2006, was responsible for steering its
acquisition programme to update its strategic risk and operational management
John Ritblat, Colliers chairman, said: ‘While we are sorry to lose David, we
agreed that regrettably the decision is right for the business today.’
Due to the crisis hitting the property industry it has meant that a large
proportion of the role has disappeared and the remaining duties will be handed
over to Mark Sample, the group financial controller.
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