Deepak Dewani is a Senior Vice President in CBRE’s Business Intelligence group. He leads a team of elite professionals who use a combination of data, analysis and insights, and partners with the company’s executive leadership in making evidence-based business decisions that accelerate CBRE’s competitve advantage. Prior to this role, Deepak was part of the leadership team in Americas Research, and led our Divisional Research team in the U.S. that includes Field Research and Data Intelligence functions. In this role, he provided leadership to 200+ research professionals in the U.S. as well as oversight for Field Research’s partnership with our producers at the point of sale. He also partnered with our national leadership team on several key business initiatives that require research/data support and oversight.
From 2015-2018, Deepak was the Head of Operations for CBRE’s Sales Management team in Asia Pacific, based out of Singapore. In that role, he helped drive organic business growth in the region via a stronger platform, superior technology tools and disciplined pursuit management processes. Working closely with Sales Directors in key markets as well as business leadership in the region, he supported several key initiatives in the region including the greenspace program, rollout of Salesforce and other broker enablement technologies, market share analysis for our office leasing business and various M&A as well as integration initiatives.
Deepak began his career at CBRE in India, where he spent over 8 years in A&T and Global Workplace Solutions, and executed several marquee leasing assignments for clients such as General Mills, Bloomberg, NCR Corporation and Canon. Immediately after completing his MBA at Duke University, Deepak worked in the Real Estate Investment Banking team at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York, where he executed several capital raising and M&A transactions for real estate firms, including CBRE’s $1.5B acquisition of JCI’s Global Workplace Solutions and DTZ’s $2B acquisition of Cushman & Wakefield.