GLOBAL - Global real estate adviser Jones Lang LaSalle has appointed Christine Bartlett as Australian chief executive officer.
Formally an executive in the Asia Pacific for IBM, Jones Lang LaSalle’s CEO Asia Pacific, Peter Barge, said Bartlett was “ideally placed” to lead the 1200-strong Australian firm.
“Ms Bartlett is a highly regarded executive with global experience in the corporate and professional services industry, and we are delighted that she has agreed to join us,” he said.
“I believe Christine’s fresh perspective developed through one of the world’s most respected brands will serve to differentiate Jones Lang LaSalle within the Australian property market.”
Bartlett joins after a 23-year career with IBM, most recently within the Business Consulting Services division. She will take up her new role on December 13.
The recent appointment follows the announcement this month that Sheila Penrose had been named non-executive chairman of the Global Board.
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