Euromoney/Liquid real estate survey 2007: Size & sustainability
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Euromoney/Liquid real estate survey 2007: Size & sustainability

Jones Lang LaSalle, this year's winner of the Euromoney/Liquid real estate poll, is expanding with the global real estate markets. CEO Colin Dyer explains why a local feeling is important in a global market, and why sustainability makes business sense.


 



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Jones Lang LaSalle thrives on size & sustainability


Jones Lang LaSalle is expanding with the global real estate markets. CEO Colin Dyer speaks to Rachel Wolcott about moving into investment banking and fund management and its star billing on the green scene.


Colin Dyer, Jones Lang LaSalle

"Growth is not about size for its own sake. Growth is about strengthening and deepening the business, the operation, the platform and the client services that we offer"
Colin Dyer, Jones Lang LaSalle

As global real estate firms go, Jones Lang LaSalle ticks all the boxes. It offers a staggering array of services worldwide. The firm has surely benefited in recent years from love for all things real estate, which has fuelled a global boom in the sector. But the firm is not simply riding a benign wave. Jones Lang LaSalle has been carefully growing its business organically and through strategic acquisitions. Jones Lang LaSalle ranked first in six of the global categories in the Liquid Real Estate poll – consultancy, agency/letting, corporate real estate, research and property management.








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