Hideki Maruyama joins Colliers Japan as Head of Occupier Services
HONG KONG, 1 April 2021 – Leading diversified professional services and investment management firm Colliers (NASDAQ and TSX: CIGI) today announced that Hideki Maruyama has been appointed as Executive Director & Head of Occupier Services | Japan, effective immediately.
Based in Tokyo, Maruyama is tasked with leading the Occupier Services business in Japan, driving revenue through business development and leveraging an integrated approach to client engagement.
Reporting into Yukihiro Ogasawara, Managing Director & Chairman | Japan, one of Maruyama’s key priorities will be the creation of a client engagement strategy to build strong relationships and financial opportunities in the Japanese market, while growing existing partnerships and attracting market-leading talent to Colliers.
Maruyama joins Colliers from CBRE, where he has accumulated 26 years of real estate experience. In his most recent role as Senior Director, Advisory & Transaction for Office in Japan, Maruyama was responsible for delivering on the tenant representation business’s sales targets and promoting their capabilities to top tier Japanese companies. During his tenure at CBRE, Maruyama has also held positions in office leasing, corporate solutions and management, and has successfully won new clients and established a strong network of relationships in Japan. Some of his achievements include managing head office relocations and large-scale asset sales for major Japanese companies.
Ogasawara commented: “We are thrilled to have Maruyama on board to lead our Occupier Services business for Japan. In his career thus far, Maruyama has achieved success with his collaborative spirit and enterprising nature. With his vast experience in the real estate industry, I am confident that he will be able to expand our market presence in Japan and attract industry-leading talent to our business to further strengthen our Occupier Services capability.”
Maruyama commented: “I am very excited for this opportunity to lead the Occupier Services business for Colliers Japan. Now more than ever, it is not only important to understand the changing needs of the occupier market, but to also cultivate relationships with occupiers and landlords to maximize the potential of property.”
“I look forward to further developing our office leasing capabilities in Japan to accelerate the success of our clients and attract market-leading talent to Colliers to further strengthen our business.”