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Professional Summary

Sinziana started her activity in Colliers in 2006 within the administrative team and 1 year later was promoted Assistant for the Land Department.


As a result of her remarkable progress and her will to build a brokerage career, in 2009 Sinziana took another step up in her career and became Associate within the Land Department. As one of the main agents of the team, she focused on client needs analysis, ensuring effective communication and building up long term relationships. She specialized in retail parks developments and played a key role in assisting major retailers to find strategic locations for their future expansion plans.


Upon her promotion to Senior Associate position in 2012, Sinziana gained a broader portfolio of clients and switched focus to office and residential sectors, two markets that have started to become particularly active. Due to her deep

expertise in the land market and to her client focus orientation, Sinziana fulfills with success the highest expectations by making perfect matches between the vendors’ and buyers’ interests. She is also in charge with market prospecting and budgeting, as well as with drawing up financial analysis for various project developments.

Starting with mid-2014, Sinziana became Associate Director within Colliers Land Agency. Under the new role, she also provides assistance and coordination to the other team members and is responsible for drawing up the Land Agency

overall strategy.


- Ranked among the top Colliers producers in Bucharest office in the past 5 years;

- Identified opportunities in a market severely hit by the crisis and succeeded to capitalize on them: Colliers Land team did most of the major transactions on the market during the economic downturn;

- Provided consultancy on land acquisition and related processes to major international clients, including Skanska on their first land acquisition in Romania and retail operator such as Lidl, Penny Market, Dedeman, Ikea, Nepi, Mitiska, Benevo Capital;

- Participated in land transactions exceeding EUR100 million in the past 5 years.




Master in International Business Management

Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest


Bachelor in Business Administration (English track)

Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest


· Sale of 7.8 ha in Progresului-Bucharest to Benevo Capital for retail park project, · Sale of 1.5 ha in Aviatiei-Bucharest, to Skanska for office project, · Sale of 2 ha in Calea Plevnei-Bucharest to Interprime for mixed project. · Sale of 3.8 ha in Pitesti, 3.4 ha in Constanta, 4 ha in Hunedoara and 6 ha in Oradea to Dedeman, · Sale of 2.7 ha in Satu Mare and 3.5 ha in Bacau to Cora, · Sale of 6, 540 sqm plot in Aviatiei-Bucharest for residential project, · Sale of 1, 500 sqm plot in Floreasca-Bucharest for office project, Sale of 7, 000 sqm plot in Sfantu Gheorghe to Nepi for strip mall project.


Service Lines

Investment Services / Capital Markets

Property Type


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