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Jones Lang LaSalle Distinguished in Two Annual Lists

Jones Lang LaSalle named to FORTUNE magazine's 2009 list of “World’s Most Admired Companies” and
Corporate Responsibility Officer (CRO) Magazine's “100 Best Corporate Citizens”

FORTUNE magazine has included Jones Lang LaSalle among 2009's “World’s Most Admired Companies,” and Corporate Responsibility Officer (CRO) Magazine has named the firm to its “100 Best Corporate Citizens List®.”
FORTUNE’s list is compiled by asking executives, directors and analysts to rate companies in their own industries on nine criteria that include corporate social responsibility, quality of services and global effectiveness.
Jones Lang LaSalle also made the list in 2008, its first year of eligibility.
To be considered, companies must be listed in the Fortune 1000 or Fortune’s Global 500 database, or be top foreign companies operating in the United States. The final list includes 363 companies chosen from 1400 companies in 64 industries.
The full list and related stories appear in the March 16 issue of FORTUNE, available online.
CRO’s “100 Best Corporate Citizens List,” which is based on publicly available information, ranks the Russell 1000 (U.S.-headquartered publicly traded large-cap companies) on their performance in areas that include environment, philanthropy, employee relations, financial and governance.
More information about the 100 Best Corporate Citizens List, CRO and the CRO Association can be found in the Jan/Feb issue and online.