JLL president Christian Ulbrich to also assume position of CEO
Mr. Ulbrich joined JLL in 2005 as Managing Director of JLL Germany and served as EMEA CEO since 2009 before being named President. He held the JLL role of president since June.
Mr. Ulbrich’s extensive real estate and finance background before joining JLL includes serving as CEO of the HIH group of companies headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, and part of M.M. Warburg Bank, and holding various positions within German and international banks.
He is a member of the Board of Directors of Vonovia SE, Germany’s largest residential real estate company, and holds a Diplom Kaufmann degree in Business Administration from the University of Hamburg.
Mr. Ulbrich will succeed Colin Dyer, who will retire from JLL at the end of 2016 and step down from the CEO role on September 30, 2016.
To ensure a smooth transition, Mr. Dyer will continue to guide the company’s data, information and analytics priorities through the end of 2016. He also will remain on the Board of Directors through the Annual Shareholders Meeting in spring of 2017 and serve as an adviser through 2017. ■
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