07 March 2017
London
Reporter: Theo Andrew

Neil Murray named CEO of JLL Corporate Solutions EMEA


JLL has appointed Neil Murray as CEO of its corporate solutions business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

Murray will be responsible for leading operations in the region, by helping businesses achieve their goals through JLL’s real estate strategy and technology services.

He joins from Sodexo, where he was CEO of corporate services and regional chair for the UK and Ireland. Previously he worked at GSH Group, the facilities maintenance firm, in a number of positions.

Guy Grainger, CEO of JLL in, EMEA, said: "We are in the business of helping people achieve their ambitions and investing in the best talent is key to ensuring we live up to that. We are excited to have Neil Murray take the helm of our corporate solutions in EMEA.”

He added: “His deep and international experience together with his true understanding of the market make him a perfect fit to lead the business and help clients navigate their increasingly complex requirements."

Murray said: "The impact of technology and an increasingly competitive war for talent are transforming the type, location and size of real estate that companies require, as well as how they monitor and manage it. I am looking forward to working closely with colleagues and clients to help them achieve their business ambitions."

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