US/UK - William Sullivan has resigned his senior positions at real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) after 18 years to set up his own company.
Sullivan served as executive vice president of capital investments and technology as well as director at JLL. He has also worked as chief financial officer and was instrumental in transforming the firm from a partnership to its present form.
Sullivan intends to establish a consulting practice, as well as continue as chief executive officer of SiteStuff - an e-procurement company focused on the real estate industry. He has held this position since June.
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