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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Avison Young named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies four years in a row

By Mark E. Rose (Toronto)

Avison Young named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies four years in a row

On behalf of our Principals, we are proud to announce that Avison Young – for the fourth consecutive year – has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies.

In addition, for the first time, we became a Best Managed Gold standard winner in 2014 for excellence in business performance.

The program is sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, National Post, Queens School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums. The announcement was made on March 10, 2015 in a special report in the National Post daily newspaper.

We are truly humbled and honoured to receive this award. By naming Avison Young as a Gold standard winner for 2014, Deloitte and its partners have independently confirmed our commitment to offer the highest possible level of service to clients.

This award also symbolizes the success of our unique Principal-led ownership structure, global growth strategy and collaborative culture, which emphasizes honesty and integrity. The award also reflects our strong desire to provide a talented and diverse workforce, and a sustainable business climate to produce superior long-term results for clients.

We want to thank our clients, partners and employees who have helped us build a different kind of commercial real estate organization, committed to delivering a better client experience – and better results.

As a company that was founded in Canada and now operates in 64 offices across North America and in Europe, we are especially proud that this is a Canadian award administered by some of the country’s most successful and highly regarded firms.

We will never forget those who have taken us to where we’ve gone – and whom we count on every day to reach our lofty new horizons.

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