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Colliers Welcomes Mathieu Demers, Vice President, Portfolio Management

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Colliers is pleased to welcome Mathieu Demers as Vice President, Portfolio Management for Real Estate Management Services, based in Montreal. 

In this new role, Mathieu will lead property management operations and construction management activities for Quebec. He has 15 years of experience working with first class assets, predominantly with Cadillac Fairview at CF Promenades St-Bruno and CF Fairview Pointe Claire.

“At a time when we are seeing heightened demand for higher quality office, retail, and industrial space, we’re thrilled to have someone of Mathieu’s calibre join our team,” says Luc Sicotte, Senior Vice President, REMS. “He knows what it takes to match first class assets with first class service.”

A charismatic and thoughtful leader, Mathieu has developed a series of site activation projects over the course of his career. Recently, he led the CF Marché des Promenades, which brought over 40 regional tenants together with local artisans to spur greater on-site foot traffic. He has also worked with office and retail tenants to redesign static spaces into experiential spaces, in keeping with what employees and customers are prioritizing. 

”After just a few months at Colliers, I have seen a degree of flexibility in services that I have not seen anywhere else,” says Mathieu. ”After the goals of our clients have been set, our team has the flexibility to deliver services that achieve these goals and help us reimagine the work we can do together.”

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Luc Sicotte

Senior Vice President - REMS

Montreal REMS - 4915 rue Pare

Prior to joining Colliers in 2018 through the acquisition of Landmark Properties, he held executive positions in public and private corporations. From 2011 to 2018, Luc was President and CEO of Landmark Properties , from 2007 to 2011, he acted as President and CEO at Canderel Group (a private real estate development & management company), between 1998 to 2007, he was Chief Financial Officer at Gaz Metro until 2003, before becoming president and CEO of Gaz Metro Plus (a wholly owned subsidiary of Gaz Metro’s service operations) until 2007. Luc also held senior financial officer positions at Le Groupe la Laurentienne and Transcontinental Group from 1987 to 1998.

Throughout his career, Luc distinguished himself in many different challenges in shareholder value creation: turnaround situations, mergers & acquisitions and subsequent integrations , divestitures, real estate management on all fronts, in small and large private and public corporations.


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