JLL revenue jumps 13% in first half

JLL has reported a 13% increase in group revenue for the first six months of 2018.

The Chicago-headquartered business saw its revenue grow to $7.46bn (£5.8bn) from $6.59bn in H1 2017. Q2 revenue was up by 12% to $3.9bn.

It also posted a 19% increase in adjusted EBITDA to $301.3m during H1 2018.

However, EMEA saw its adjusted EBITDA fall by nearly 50% from $21.2m to $11.2m.

Chief executive Christian Ulbrich said: “Our year-to-date performance was strong, reflecting organic revenue growth across our business segments and progress on our digital agenda and technology transformation initiatives.