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JLL is a Fortune 500 global professional services and investment management company, specializing in real estate. As of the end of 2017, JLL was operating in more than 80 countries, with 300 offices and an international employee base of 82,000. Clients range from small to mega and include NGOs, the public sector, public-private partnerships and other entities desiring to contract out their real estate services and maximize the return on their real estate investments.

JLL serves investors, real property owners, and lessees. The company offers a wide range of services from research and property identification to design and management of real estate properties, brokering leases between owners and tenants, managing sales and investment initiatives and consulting on workplace productivity. Projects include the full range of property types including government facilities, retail and shopping malls, cultural institutions, industrial plants and warehouses, healthcare and laboratory facilities, sports arenas and transportation facilities, to name just a few. As of the end of 2017, JLL was managing around 4.6 billion square feet of real estate worth more than $58 billion.


Christian Ulbrich was appointed CEO and President in April 2018. Chief Financial Officer is Christie B. Kelly, Global Chief Executive Officer for Capital Markets is Richard Bloxam and Anthony Couse serves as Chief Executive Office for Asia Pacific. Chairman of the Board of Directors is Sheila A. Penrose.


The Jones Lang Wooten companies, family auctioneers, were founded in England in 1783. In 1997, Jones Lang Wooten merged with LaSalle Partners, which was founded in the U.S. in 1968. The new conglomerate, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) continued on a path of acquisitions, mergers and new product launches. The company saw more than 110 acquisitions during the period 2005 – 2017, solidifying its leadership position as a global leader in the real estate industry.


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