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Jones Lang LaSalle Launches Industry-First Website to Deliver Client Strategy and Updates on Upcoming FASB/IASB Lease Accounting Changes

CHICAGO Jan. 18, 2011

Designed to improve transparency and eliminate off-balance sheet obligations, the Boards’ new regulations will fundamentally alter the impact of leases on organizations’ income statements and balance sheets. The new website will enable companies to better understand how these changes will affect them, as well as how to develop a plan for preparing for "Day 1" impact to integrating and aligning their strategic planning and portfolio strategy.

Vivian Mumaw

Some highlights of the website’s features include:

To complement the site’s robust capabilities, Jones Lang LaSalle’s leadership team will address questions posed via the website’s dedicated e-mail inbox as well as provide additional information through regular posts and podcast interviews. Visitors can gain insights from the following Jones Lang LaSalle subject matter experts:

  • Michael Billing
  • Mindy Berman
  • Lauralee Martin
  • Vivian Mumaw

January 1, 2013

Michael Billing

Mindy Berman

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To hear more information about Jones Lang LaSalle’s viewpoints on the lease accounting changes, you can listen to the following free Webcast replays:

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