Jones Lang LaSalle announced the appointment of Tomasz Trzóslo, currently Head of its Poland Capital Markets business, as the regional director of its Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) Capital Markets and Investment business across four countries.
Tomasz will assume his new role in January 2009. He will continue to be based in Warsaw. Jones Lang LaSalle is a market leader in CEE, employing 160 people, with offices in Warsaw, Prague, Budapest and Bucharest. In particular it has a highly respected Investment team of 20 professionals across the region specialising in the office, industrial and retail investment sectors.
Tomasz has over 11 years experience in the Central European capital markets. He has participated in numerous investment and financing deals including sales, acquisitions, sale and leaseback transactions, development debt, investment debt and equity raising.
Transactions which he led total over 3.9 billion and include acquisition of a 180 million Metropolitan office building for DEGI, sale of landmark Warsaw Financial Center, sale of Mokotów Business Park or sale of a 150 million 49% stake in the E1 office portfolio of Europolis. He was also involved with raising development debt and refinancing facilities he raised in excess of 200 million - and in advisory on forward sales and forward funding deals.
Jones Lang LaSalle's CEE MD, John Duckworth, commented: "Tomasz Trzlós best defines our approach to clients in this market. He has developed a strong reputation, and combines a high degree of skill and integrity with a real commercial edge in the CEE investment market. I am delighted Tomasz has accepted this role, and believe it will continue to significantly drive our efforts across the whole CEE region."