January 28, 2010
Colin Dyer, CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle was on CNBC discussing the CRE market. Unless there are additional monetary shocks, he sees a sharp V-shaped recovery when confidence returns.
Interesting. The other guy in the interview, Ken Rogoff, a professor of economics at Harvard, didn’t seem like he was buying it and called Dyer on his statement regarding the V-shaped recovery and continued to ask questions during the rest of the interview.
Dyer also indicated that JLL shed about 8% of its workforce during the recession, but is now in the process of adding back to its workforce.
- On The Verge Of Recovery
- Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Says Worst of Crisis Yet to Come
- Far From Being Out of The Woods
- Simon Property Group Snaps Up Prime Outlets For $2.3B
- George Soros: CRE Bloodletting To Come