GLOBAL - Real estate giant Jones Lang LaSalle has appointed Lauralee Martin as executive vice president and chief financial officer.
She reports to Chris Peacock, president and CEO.
Martin succeeds Peter Roberts, who became the firm's chief operating officer on January 1.
She assumes responsibility for all corporate finance, accounting, tax, treasury, internal audit, investor relations, and regional finance and accounting functions for the firm.
Most recently, Martin served as CFO of Heller Financial where she was involved in both the company's initial public offering in 1998 and the recent sale of the company to General Electric Capital.
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