Savills was recognised for its exceptional achievement at the 13th Annual Managing Partners Forum (MPF) Awards last week hosted at the London Marriott, Grosvenor Square.
The awards are an integral part of the MPF International Management Excellence Summit, in association with Harvard Business Review and Financial Times. The exceptional achievement award, for the firm or network that has made an outstanding contribution to the professions, was collected by Savills UK CFO/COO Tim Maynard.
Savills progress over the last decade was highlighted with group revenue growth from £328m to £905m, a 176% rise. The firm’s market leading position as a multi-service property advisory business was stated to be at the forefront of the changing world, with a vision and ambition never to be the biggest, only the best.
Tim Maynard, UK CFO/COO of Savills, comments: “We’re very proud to have won this award in recognition of our achievements to the profession. There’ve been a number of factors that have remained constant throughout this journey but one in particular is the strength of its people. Because of our personal approach to business, we firmly believe that our people are fundamental to our success as they are not only key to delivering excellent service but to achieving our objectives. This award is therefore in recognition of the efforts and achievements of our employees and we look forward to continuing the journey to achieve even greater things over the next decade.”
Other awards presented on the night included the categories of leadership, client experience, strategy, operational excellence and responsible business.