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2 brands join forces in new partnership

By Orana Durney-Benson
06 February 2024 | 10 minute read
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Stanton Hillier Parker has linked up with a leading Australian property services firm, with the aim of bolstering their presence in Australia and overseas.

The real estate company has just entered a new commercial agreement with CI Australia, a property services and strategic advice firm, in a decision Stanton Hillier Parker described as a “pivotal move” for both companies.

Leading personnel from CI Australia have recently joined forces with Stanton Hillier Parker, and the company is now able to begin expanding its capability to four offices, located in the Sydney CBD, North Sydney, South Sydney and Southwestern Sydney.

Managing partner for Australia of Stanton Hillier Parker, Eugene Evgenikos, stated that “the opportunity to combine forces with key talent from CI Australia is truly exciting”.

“The strength and loyalty across the high-quality client base will establish a market-leading agency team that is well-positioned for service excellence and growth under the Stanton Hillier Parker platform,” said Mr Evgenikos.

“This partnership will not only bolster our presence in the Australian market but also enhance our international outreach.”

According to Stanton Hillier Parker, the new partnership will allow them to expand their client services to include asset management, capital and metropolitan markets, research and consultancy, office leasing, and occupier services.

Chief executive of CI Australia, Andrew Hunter, assured existing clients – among them Transport for NSW – that the transition would be a smooth one.

Mr Hunter stated: “On behalf of the entire CI Australia team, we would like to say thank you to our valued clients and partners for their support over the past few decades.

“CI Australia is built on trusted and respected relationships, and I am confident that the Stanton Hillier Parker business will continue to strengthen these partnerships going forward.”

Both companies emphasised that the transition would promise “continuity in service with minimal operational changes” for the clients of the firms.

This latest development comes five years after Stanton Hillier Parker first reopened their real estate arm in Sydney, having previously had a significant historical presence in the city’s inner west.

At the time, Mr Evgenikos shared that the company’s ambitious goal of offering clients “world-class service standards, expert advice and outstanding results underpinned by a passionate, highly experienced management team”.

2 brands join forces in new partnership
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