Contact Information

50 George Street,

W1U 7GA - London

United Kingdom

 +44 207 487 1605

Richard Divall, MRICS

Head of Cross Border Capital Markets, EMEA, Colliers International, United Kingdom

In his role as Head of Cross Border Capital Markets, EMEA, Richard is tasked with further strengthening Colliers’ cross-border investment business working with colleagues across EMEA, Asia and the Americas.
Richard is responsible for building on our investment expertise in Europe and increasing the volume of our capital markets business, through working with local specialists in local markets, to strengthen our reach and improve our results for our clients.
Richard has over 17 years experience in the investment market. He works with a broad spectrum of clients including Sovereign Wealth Funds, global institutions, global private equity investors and high net worth individuals.

Presentations and TV Report

CEE Summit 2017 - Day 2:...

Global Capital Flows Briefing

MIPIM - Global Capital Flows...

Outlook 2015: Europe/UK &...

Outlook 2015: Europe/UK &...

MIPIM: Asia-Europe Capital...

European Investment Briefing...

European Investment Briefing...

European Investment Briefing...

EXPERT SPEAKER AT PAST EVENT
London, LF

Jun 15

European Outlook H2: UK
Warsaw, PL

Jun 29

CEE Summit 2017 – Day 2: Investing in New Europe – cities, sectors, development and capital markets
Cannes, FR

Mar 14

MIPIM – Cities of Influence
London, LF

Jun 14

European Outlook H2: London
London, LF

Sep 13

Global Capital Flows Briefing
Munich, DE

Oct 08

EXPO REAL: London calling – is now the time to invest?
London, GB

May 28

Germany Investment Briefing
London, LF

Dec 10

Global & European Outlook 2020 – London

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