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JLL MENA wins 11 accolades at 2013 Euromoney Real Estate Awards

Includes best advisor in United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Kuwait as well as top regional awards in agency, research and valuation.


​JLL MENA, the world's leading real estate investment and advisory firm, has again been honoured at the prestigious annual Euromoney Real Estate Awards 2013. In addition to a number of global achievements it won a number of top awards for the Middle East and North Africa coming first and second in every category, winning 11 awards in total. This includes best overall real estate advisor in the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Kuwait as well as top honours for its regional Valuation, Research and Agency teams in several countries. The Saudi Arabia operation also secured high recognition. 

These achievements are an endorsement of the firm’s continued focus on delivering international best practice and consistent and high-quality professional advice that meets the demands of clients around the region.

In recognising JLL MENA for the award, Euromoney Editor Clive Horwood highlighted how “the winners of this year’s Euromoney survey are those that exhibited the ability to innovate and make best use of the inherent strengths of their organisation. Through the survey, key players in global real estate banking, development, investment management and their peers in advisory services have recognised JLL MENA as a market leader.”
 
Alan Robertson, Chief Executive Officer of JLL MENAsaid: “These awards recognise the hard work, dedication and commitment of our teams to delivering the very best service quality to all our clients across MENA. The awards are particularly noteworthy because the winners are voted for by clients and companies within the real estate industry. Such recognition by our industry peers is further endorsement of our market leading position in this region and I thank everyone for all their hard work which has led to this success.”
 
Globally JLL MENA was also awarded the top slot as best global agency/lettings advisor. The full list of EMEA 1st places is as follows:

EMEA regions:
Western Europe – Agency/Letting – 1st
Western Europe – Research – 1st
Central & Eastern Europe – Overall – 1st
Central & Eastern Europe – Agency/Letting – 1st
Nordic & Baltic – Agency/Letting – 1st
Nordic & Baltic – Research – 1st
MENA – Agency/Letting – 1st
MENA – Valuation – 1st


EMEA countries:
Belgium – Agency/Letting – 1st
Belgium – Valuation – 1st
Belgium – Research – 1st
Croatia – Agency/Letting – 1st
Croatia – Overall – 1st
Croatia – Research – 1st
Croatia – Valuation – 1st
Egypt – Agency/Letting – 1st
Egypt – Overall – 1st
Egypt – Research – 1st
Finland – Agency/Letting – 1st
Germany – Overall – 1st
Germany – Research – 1st
Italy – Overall – 1st
Kuwait – Agency/Letting – 1st
Kuwait – Overall – 1st
Kuwait – Research – 1st
Kuwait – Valuation – 1st
Poland – Research – 1st
Poland – Valuation – 1st
Russia – Agency/Letting – 1st
Sweden – Research – 1st
Switzerland – Agency/Letting – 1st
United Arab Emirates – Agency/Letting – 1st
United Arab Emirates – Overall – 1st
United Arab Emirates – Research – 1st
United Arab Emirates – Valuation – 1st
United Kingdom – Research – 1st

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Notes to Editors:
Euromoney Magazine is the flagship title of London based financial communications company Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC. Founded in 1969 by Sir Patrick Sergeant, Euromoney Magazine is the voice of the international capital markets and for over 40 years has offered unparalleled coverage of the global bond, equity and foreign exchange markets Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC is a constituent of the FTSE-250 index and is listed on the London and Luxembourg Stock Exchanges.
Regarded as the benchmark awards for the global real estate industry, the Euromoney Real Estate Survey is now in its 9th year. This year’s awards process, which began in March, canvassed the opinions of senior real estate bankers, developers, investment managers, corporate end-users and advisory firms in over 70 countries. With over 2,000  responses, it is the biggest ever Euromoney Real Estate Poll.