Cushman & Wakefield, DTZ, Redefine, ICSC, Genesta, M&G, AMP Capital

Cushman & Wakefield – The merger with DTZ has been completed, with Brett White named as chief executive and chairman. Tod Lickeran has been appointed global president. In EMEA, John Forrester has been appointed chief exeuctive while Joe Stettinus is chief exeuctive for the Americas. Stuart Roberts and Edward Cheung have been respectively named chief executive and chairman in the Asia Pacific region.

Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers – Rachel Arden-Davis has been appointed director of finance and operations for pan-European funds. Arden-Davis will manage the Nordic Retail Fund. Prior to joining Cornerstone, she spent 10 years at AXA Real Estate, most recently as senior fund controller.

Redefine International – Sarah Jones as senior asset manager for the firm’s UK commercial portfolio. Jones joins Redefine International from the global real estate team of ExxonMobil. She has also worked for DTZ.

International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) – Thomas McGee, currently vice chairman at Deloitte, has been named ICSC president and chief executive from 21 September. He replaces Michael Kercheval, who announced his retirement earlier this year.

GenestaHenrik Bastman has joined as head of transactions. Bastman joins from AXA Real Estate, where he was head of the Nordics.

M&G Real Estate – Andrew Cook has joined the firm’s residential team as a fund analyst. Cook joins from CBRE London’s residential valuation team. He has also worked for Knight Frank and CBRE Canberra. Amy Gibbs has joined the residential team as an investment manager via an internal promotion.

AMP Capital – Antonio Barbera has joined the company’s London offices as portfolio manager within its global listed infrastructure team. Barbera joins from Kalis Capital, where he was portfolio manager and co-founded one of the company’s equity funds.