TORONTO-Avison Young here has landed a tenured chief executive officer. Mark Rose won the position after major duties at Grubb & Ellis and Jones Lang LaSalle.

“Mark’s extensive real estate and capital markets experience, as well as his proven strategic leadership skills, make him ideally suited to head our organization as we embark on an accelerated growth strategy,” says Bob Levine, part of Avison Young’s national committee, in a press release.

Rose joined Grubb & Ellis in 2005 and was involved with its relisting on the New York Stock Exchange and the acquisition of NNN Real Estate Advisors. Before that, he was chief operating and financial officer of Jones Lang LaSalle’s North American operations.

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