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From JLL regarding the Tohoku Earthquake on 11 March

Dear clients and friends
We offer our sincerest condolence to those who lost their lives and our deep sympathy to those who are affected by the Tohoku Earthquake on 11 March.
We are relieved to inform that all of our Jones Lang LaSalle Tokyo staffs are safe and have been accounted for.
However In view of the aftermath of the earthquake and disruption of the transportation, Jones Lang LaSalle Tokyo decided to close Tokyo offices from Monday 14th till Wednesday 16th March and asked all the staffs to work from home in order to secure their safety.  We apologize for great inconvenience caused by these changes made.
From tomorrow Thursday 17th March onwards, Tokyo offices will resume regular operating hours (from 9 am to 5:10 pm).
We will also carefully watch over the aftermaths and traffic situation till 25th March, and if decided necessary, we will adapt flexible approach towards our operation and such changes will be informed accordingly.
Thanks again for your understanding over the operational changes. Jones Lang LaSalle Japan, together with our regional and global team will make our utmost effort to support our clients going forward.
Kind regards,
Yoichiro Hamaoka, Managing Director
Akihiko Mizuno, Regional Director, Capital Markets
Michael Bowles, National Director, Asia Pacific Capital Markets
Ari Druker, Director, Corporate Finance
Shingo Mizuno, National Director, CRE
Bruce Davidson, Head of Corporate Solutions and Markets
Neil Hitchen, National Director, Markets
Osamu Inoue, Regional Director, Facility Management
Jun Miyamoto, National Director, Project Management
Midori Suzuki, Head of Asset Management Services, Japan
Mikio Nakayama, Local Director, Investor Services
Takeshi Akagi, Local Director, Research & Advisory
Tomohiko Sawayanagi, Managing Director, Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels
Jones Lang LaSalle K.K.