Jason Kern leaves HSBC for CEO role at LaSalle

The head of HSBC’s Asia-Pacific real estate advisory group will return to the US to lead buy-side firm LaSalle in the Americas.

Jason Kern, HSBCs top real estate banker in the region, has left the firm and will be joining LaSalle Investment Management as its new CEO for the Americas. According to a press release, he will start his new job on July 1 and will be based in Chicago.

He will take over from Peter Schaff, who announced last year that he has decided to step down from his position as North America CEO.

LaSalle Investment Management is a real estate specialist that manages private and public property investments on behalf of a diverse range of clients, including pension funds, insurance companies, governments, endowments...

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