CBRE hires Anthony Selman as Head of Investment Properties for Central & Eastern Europe


CBRE, the leading global real estate advisor, has announced that Anthony Selman, MRICS, previously Partner, Capital Markets at Cushman & Wakefield for Central and Eastern Europe, will become Head of Investment Properties for Central & Eastern Europe CBRE from September 1st.

Anthony will take over from Gijs Klomp, who is leaving to join a client. Anthony has more than 14 years of real estate experience. He comes from Cushman & Wakefield where he worked in Russia, Latin America and CEE (Poland). In Poland he has landed a number of significant deals on behalf of clients such as Rockspring, CBRE GI and Tristan Capital Partners. His role in CBRE will be to focus on new business development across CEE and well as coordinating cross border transactions.

Anthony, who is a Dutch citizen with a masters degree from Saint Louis University in the USA, will be based in Prague. He speaks Dutch, English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and some Czech.

Andreas Ridder, Chairman of Central and Eastern Europe at CBRE said:

“We are excited that Anthony is joining our Investment Properties team for CEE. He is well-known for his professional experience in the real estate market worldwide and I am sure that Anthony will bring great benefits to our clients and to CBRE.”

About CBRE

CBRE Group, a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company headquartered in Los Angeles, is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm (in terms of 2016 revenue). The Company has approximately 75,000 employees and serves real estate investors and occupiers through approximately 450 offices worldwide (excluding affiliates). CBRE offers a broad range of integrated services including project management; property management; investment management; valuation; property leasing; strategic consulting and research and consulting. In the Czech Republic, CBRE has almost 350 employees and manages nearly 70 commercial premises with a total area nearly 1.2 mil. sq. m. Read more at