Frank Pörschke, president of EMEA markets at JLL, has decided to step down to pursue new challenges outside of the company. He will leave JLL on 30 September 2018.
'With his entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to teamwork, ethics and excellence, Frank’s leadership has been instrumental in ensuring an unwavering client focus and consistent, sustainable growth,' said Guy Grainger, JLL’s EMEA CEO. 'We thank him for his many contributions and wish him well for the future.'
Pörschke joined JLL in 2011 as its Germany CEO, a post he held for five years, before assuming his current role overseeing 12 countries across Europe.
He has also been a member of the EMEA Strategy Board and EMEA Operations Executive Committee.
Pörschke said: 'It has been an honour to work for JLL over the past few years, through a period of phenomenal change in markets, the political and economic environment and, of course, the exciting evolution of our business.'