Sulentic Named CBRE CEO
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LOS ANGELES—Robert Sulentic is about to add CEO to his president’s title at CBRE. He assumes the position vacated by Brett White when the latter retired last month. He will also be a member of the board, along with White.
The move, originally announced along with White's retirement, has been accelerated by a month,m according to a company spokeperson.
Previous to being named president, Sulentic was CFO and, prior to that, as EMEA group president. He joined CBRE in 2006 when the firm bought Trammell Crow Co., for which he was CEO.
“Our company has many strengths, including our brand, culture, depth of resources and market intelligence, and most of all, our exceptional people,” Sulentic said in a company statement. “I look forward to working with our talented team to enhance our position across markets and business lines globally, drive growth, and produce excellent outcomes for clients, employees and shareholders.”
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