Tuesday 27th April 2010
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Lend Lease today announced it was moving to a regional business structure, to create an integrated and focused organisation across its regions of operation, from 1 July 2010.
Four regional Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) have been appointed, reporting to Steve McCann for Australia, Asia, EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) and the Americas. Each regional CEO will be responsible for all operations including: Development, Project Management, Design and Construction, Public Private Partnership (PPP) and Investment Management.
Rod Leaver will be CEO for Lend Lease Australia, Eng-Peng Ooi will be CEO for Lend Lease Asia, Dan Labbad will be CEO for Lend Lease EMEA and as announced on 22 March, Bob McNamara will be CEO for Lend Lease Americas.
To support each region, Global Centres of Excellence (COE) have also been established, to be led by some of Lend Lease's most experienced personnel. Each COE will work closely with the regional CEOs to focus on best practice, strategic growth, risk management and operational excellence. There will be four COE for each of the group's core capabilities. David Hutton will be Global Head of Development, Murray Coleman will be Global Head of Project Management, Design & Construction, Mark Menhinnitt will be Global Head of PPP and Tarun Gupta will be Global Head of Investment Management.
"The regional structure aligns the business with the Group's integrated property solutions offering and demonstrates the depth and quality of the Lend Lease senior management team," says Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Steve McCann.
It will enable a more focussed and co-ordinated approach to our growth strategy and the execution of major projects in each of our core regions. This will enable us to achieve the best outcomes for Lend Lease, our customers, investors and partners," said McCann.
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