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SIRVA Introduces New Leadership In Europe

CHICAGO, March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SIRVA Worldwide, Inc., a leading mobility company providing relocation, moving, and other mobility services worldwide, has hired Maggie Ryan as President of Europe. In this capacity, Maggie will oversee SIRVA's relocation and moving businesses in the European region.

Maggie has over 30 years of experience in the global mobility industry and has held a variety of executive leadership roles. Most recently, Maggie was executive vice president of global client services for Brookfield Relocation. There she was the leader for Brookfield's global operations for relocation. Maggie oversaw 13 global service centers spanning Europe, Middle East, Americas and Asia Pacific, and managed all aspects of customer service operations, client relationship management, and expansion of services.

"Maggie Ryan is a results-driven professional with extensive experience and success in developing and executing global strategies," said Wes Lucas, president and chief executive officer of SIRVA Worldwide. "Maggie has a proven track record and a tremendous reputation in the mobility industry. She will further strengthen our ability to deliver an exceptional mobility experience to our customers in the European region."

"SIRVA has been highly successful in serving global customers, and expanding its services with new technologies and products. I am excited to be leading the effort in the European region and look forward to continuing to build our capabilities in Europe," said Maggie Ryan.

Prior to joining Brookfield, Maggie has worked in mobility, and specifically relocation and Human Resources, for her entire career. For example, Maggie has worked in a variety of senior roles with Cendant Mobility, which is now Cartus Relocation, a division of Realogy. Originally from Scotland, Maggie began her career with British Airports in London, as an HR Generalist focusing on recruitment, retention, employee relations, compensation and organizational development.

To learn more about SIRVA, call 1.800.341.5648/ +44 1793 619 555/ +852 2104 6668 or visit www.sirva.com.

About SIRVA Worldwide, Inc.
A leading worldwide provider of mobility solutions, SIRVA Worldwide, Inc. (www.sirva.com) provides more than 230,000 relocations per year to corporations, government employees, and individual consumers through its family of companies. SIRVA is the leading provider of end-to-end relocation and moving services globally, offering over 50 mobility solutions in 170 countries through complete management of the global supply chain, the world's leading global operations, industry-leading risk management processes, and full accountability and transparency of costs. SIRVA's family of companies includes Allied, Allied International, Allied Pickfords, DJK Residential, Global, northAmerican, northAmerican International, SIRVA Mortgage, SIRVA Relocation, SIRVA Move Management, SIRVA Global Relocation and SIRVA Settlement.

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