Colliers has announced on July 1, 2021 that it promoted Monika Rajska-Wolińska to Chief Executive Officer of Colliers in Central and Eastern Europe, effective August 1, 2021.
The region that Rajska-Wolińska will be responsible for includes Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia.
Rajska-Wolińska was previously the Managing Partner of Colliers’ business in Poland. According to the company, “she is a proven leader and industry expert with more than 20 years of experience at Colliers, including 10 years as Managing Partner of Poland, and serves on the EMEA Board of executives.”
In the CEE region, Colliers currently employs 540 staff and manages over 25 million square feet of real estate. She reports to Chris McLernon, Chief Executive Officer, EMEA.
“Monika is an exceptional leader, both amongst our people in Colliers and across the industry in CEE’s dynamic and growing markets,” commented Chris McLernon, CEO, Colliers EMEA. “We are proud to promote her to CEO of Colliers in CEE, as the unrivaled choice to lead us from strength to strength, and to maximize the potential of real estate in the region for domestic and cross-border clients. In addition to further growing our market-leading position through her wealth of expertise, Monika’s skills as a mentor and a champion of inclusion, diversity and sustainability will also accelerate our impact in ESG for our Colliers enterprise and for our clients.”
“This is an exciting step and a privilege to take up the role of CEO for Colliers in CEE, leading our business, people, and clients into the future and our next phase of growth,” added Rajska-Wolińska. “Our enterprising solutions exceed client expectations, and I look forward to strengthening the collaboration with all our leaders and experts to accelerate the success of our occupier, owner and investor clients.”