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JLL Appoints a New Director to Head up its Barcelona Office

The director of JLL's office in Barcelona, ​​Vanesa Carceller, has left the company after less than 2 years at the helm. Her functions will be assumed by the consultancy's Director of Industrial and Logistics Assets for Spain.

Torre Agbar or Glories, which houses JLL’s offices.

The real estate consultancy JLL has decided to revamp the management team of its Barcelona office once again. The director of JLL’s office in the city until now, Vanesa Carceller, has left the company after less than 2 years at the helm. Her functions will be assumed by the firm’s Director of Industrial and Logistics Assets for Spain, Pere Morcillo.

Asked by this newspaper about the causes of the director’s departure from the consultancy, source explained that “we are working to ensure that this vision and transformation are visible in our business in Cataluña. From now on, Pere Morcillo –Director of the Industrial and Logistics area for ​​JLL Spain since 2017– will assume the new position as Head of JLL’s office in Barcelona”.

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