JLL Announces Senior Leadership Transition
News Desk, News Nation 360 : JLL, India’s largest real estate consultancy firm, today announced that Rahul Arora, currently Managing Director, Bangalore will now head its Office Leasing Advisory business for India. This strategic move underlines the Firm’s confidence in the strong prospects of India’s office market despite the headwinds from the COVID-19 pandemic. Rahul will continue to serve as a member of the India Leadership Council and will be joining the Asia Pacific Executive Committee for Office Leasing Advisory. Radha Dhir, CEO & Country Head, India, JLL said that office leasing demand will improve in the coming quarters as occupiers continue to execute real estate decisions. Workplace upgrades and a flight to quality will continue to be a key theme of this demand. To have a strong and experienced leader help their clients navigate the complexities seems more important now than
ever. Rahul has been an integral part of JLL’s India Leadership Team and has played a significant role in increasing their market share in Bangalore. He is highly regarded for his client management skills, innovative solutions and always has a keen eye to nurture talent. She is confident that Rahul will lead the business with focus and integrity to drive long-term profitability JLL expects offices to return to the re-energized Central Business Districts (CBD) as cities recover from the pandemic. Once strict physical distancing protocols come to an end, CBD offices will serve as hubs for face-to-face interaction, collaboration, innovation, creativity and socialisation. Office Leasing Advisory has been one of JLL’s largest transaction drivers and has grown exponentially over the past few years. The Firm has announced multiple transaction closures even during the pandemic leveraging technology to aid its clients. With investors, occupiers and developers reshaping their office real estate strategies, the Firm strongly believes the market is poised to move the needle.
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Report : Anustup Kundu