Kevin Burman | Colliers International | Sydney CBD

Kevin Burman

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Professional Summary

With over 35 years in the IT industry, Kevin has extensive experience at all levels from technical roles to senior management positions. He has worked within global financial markets around the world specializing in application software development and deployment, consulting and project management of complex mission-critical infrastructure, internet services and wireless platforms.

Prior to joining Colliers International, Kevin was Chief Development Officer at a major inter-bank broker, where he was responsible for systems development, Research and Development programs focused on wireless device technologies, and 40 patent applications, of which more than 20 have been granted.

Joining Colliers International in 2008 as head of the Technology Solutions team, Kevin's responsibilities include management consulting and technical project management. The team specialises in IT infrastructure including data centre strategies, design and construction, telecommunications and IT relocations, and workplace technology for corporate and landlord clients.


In 1992-1994, I successfully established an Asia-Pacific regional headquarters for a London-based computer software house and have consistently beaten revenue targets in sales of application software, management consulting and professional services.

Some of the clients I have previously represented include,  Australian Bureau of Statistics, Babcock & Brown Infrastructure, GM Holden, Goodman, High Court of Australia, Westpac Banking Corporation, to name a few.

I led the team that developed and installed the first wireless gaming system in Nevada USA and have been granted co-inventor named on several patents in casino gaming technology.


Glyn Grammar School (UK) - 13 GCE O-Levels, GCE A-Levels (Maths, Additional Maths & Physics)

Keele University (UK) - Master of Business Administration


Australian Bureau of Statistics, Babcock & Brown Infrastructure, GM Holden, Goodman, high Court of Australia, ING Direct, KPMG, Lion Group, NextDC, NSW State Property Authority, NSW Treasury Corporation, Perpetual, Prime Infrastructure, Rabobank, St George Bank, Suave International, UTS Sydney, University of Western Sydney, Verizon, Westfield, Westpac Banking Corporation, Westpac Institutional Bank


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