About: CBRE Group, formerly CB Richard Ellis Group, is a commercial real estate services and investment firm.

Headquarted in: Los Angeles, California

Lead by: CEO Robert Sulentic; COO Jack Durnberg; CFO James Groch; Chairman Brandon Boze


What does CBRE do?
CBRE offers several types of real estate management, consulting, sales, leasing, financing, and development services. CBRE acquired New York's Insignia Financial in 2003 and Dallas-based Trammell Crow in 2006. CBRE was ranked no. 2 in The Real Deal’s top NYC sales brokerage firms for 2018.
Who runs CBRE?
CBRE is run by CEO Robert Sulentic, Global COO Jack Durnburg, CFO James Groch, and Chairman Brandon Boze. Its New York-area CEO, Mary Ann Tighe, is credited with the transformation of Manhattan's Financial District into the new home of media companies, including magazine publisher Condé Nast.
Who owns CBRE?
Since 2004, CBRE Group has been a publicly traded company, listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol CBG. It belongs to the S&P 500 index.
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