People - JANUARY 26, 2017

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J.P. Morgan’s George Ahl retires

by Jody Barhanovich

George Ahl, managing director and client portfolio manager for J.P. Morgan Asset Management – Global Real Assets’ Real Estate Americas, has retired.

Ahl started his career in 1984 as associate of corporate finance at Merrill Lynch. He worked at Merrill until 1988 before moving to LaSalle Partners as vice president of investment management. While at LaSalle, Ahl was a member of a three-person team responsible for managing and repositioning a $3.5 billion foreign-owned real estate investment portfolio to improve operating and investment performance.

In April 2016, Ahl was hired by J.P. Morgan and was responsible for raising capital and advising clients for the firm’s Real Estate Americas investment platform, which has more than $60 billion in gross assets under management and 220 professionals.

Before moving to J.P. Morgan, Ahl served as managing director at Forum Partners, a private equity firm specializing in investments in

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