Jones Lang LaSalle named to 2008's "World's Most Ethical Companies" list

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12 - Jun - 2008
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12 - Jun - 2008
 
Jones Lang LaSalle named to 2008's "World's Most Ethical Companie...

Jones Lang LaSalle reported that it has been named to The Ethisphere Institute's second-annual World's Most Ethical Companies list

Jones Lang LaSalle reported that it has been named to The Ethisphere Institute's second-annual World's Most Ethical Companies list. Ethisphere, a think-tank dedicated to the research and promotion of profitable best practices in global governance, business ethics, compliance and corporate responsibility, announced the award at the Ethisphere and Forbes joint-conference, "Driving Profit through Ethical Leadership," held recently.

"We are very proud of this award," says Colin Dyer, Chief Executive Officer of Jones Lang LaSalle. "It reflects the significant effort we make through our Ethics Everywhere Program to act with integrity in everything we do. Our clients, employees and shareholders expect and deserve nothing less."

Researchers and analysts from The Ethisphere Institute reviewed several thousand companies in order to determine the finalists, which included a rigorous, multi-step evaluation process. The 2008 World's Most Ethical Companies methodology committee is comprised of leading attorneys and government officials, professors and leaders who care about ethical and honest business practices.

Anuj Puri, Chairman and Country Head, Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj adds, "This recognition is timely for an emerging market and a category such as real estate, which is growing at a phenomenal pace. It reinforces the value we bring to our clients, employees and the community we live in."


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