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Atlanta, GA-based Greg Maloney is retiring as JLL president and CEO at the end of 2022.

Longtime JLL Retail President and CEO Greg Maloney to Retire at Year’s End

Atlanta, GA-based Greg Maloney, who has been with JLL since it was formed in 1999, will be retiring after being involved in retail his entire career, effective December 31, 2022.  Kristin Mueller, a longtime partner with Greg and the current COO of JLL’s property management platform, will be replacing him as president of the firm’s retail property management business. 

Maloney has been a driver of the retail and shopping center industry for the last 45 years and has played an instrumental role in JLL’s retail business globally. His vision for the retail business was rooted in evolving and adapting JLL’s services to align with changing investor needs and shifting shopper preferences.

Since taking the helm in 2002, he expanded and diversified JLL’s portfolio from a predominantly mall-managed business of 20 malls to more than 500-managed malls, open-air and lifestyle centers totaling more than 75 million square feet. JLL is now the largest third-party retail manager in North America.

Maloney also expanded JLL in the retail capital markets and retail brokerage businesses, both industry leading businesses.

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