When Was CBRE Founded?

The firm that is now CBRE traces its roots to San Francisco in 1906. By the 1940s, that firm, which later became known as CB Commercial, grew to become one of the largest commercial real estate services companies in the western United States. In the 1960s and 1970s, the Company expanded both its service portfolio and geographic coverage to become a full-service provider with a growing presence throughout the United States.

CB Commercial achieved significant global expansion with the 1998 acquisition of REI Limited. REI Limited, which traces its roots to London in 1773, was the holding company for all Richard Ellis operations outside the United Kingdom. In July 1998, CBRE announced the acquisition of London-based Hillier Parker May & Rowden, one of the top property services firms operating in the United Kingdom. With this transaction, CBRE believes it became the first real estate services firm with a platform to deliver integrated real estate services, through one commonly-owned, commonly-managed company, across the world's major business capitals.

When Was CBRE Incorporated, and in Which State?

CBRE Group, Inc. (formerly CBRE Holding, Inc.) was incorporated in Delaware on February 20, 2001.

Where Are CBRE's Headquarters?

2100 McKinney Avenue, Suite 1250
Dallas, TX 75201

What Is CBRE's Ticker Symbol? What Is the Company’s Cusip Number?

The Company's shares of common stock are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "CBRE." The CUSIP number for CBRE Group, Inc. Class A common stock is 12504L 10 9.

When Did CBRE Go Public and at What Price?

Shares of the common stock of CBRE Group, Inc. started trading on the New York Stock Exchange on June 10, 2004 at an initial public offering price of $19.00 per share.

What Are the Company’s Debt Ratings?

The Company's senior debt is rated:

Category Moody's S&P
Senior Secured Baa1 BBB+
Senior Unsecured Baa1 BBB+
Issuer Credit Rating   BBB+

Stable outlook for Moody's
Stable outlook for S&P

What Is CBRE's Fiscal Year?

CBRE's fiscal year is based on the calendar year. The last day of the fiscal year is December 31.

Does CBRE Have a Corporate Governance Policy?

CBRE's corporate governance policy is located in the Corporate Governance section of our website.

How Can I Contact Investor Relations?

You can contact Investor Relations via e-mail at investorrelations@cbre.com.

Who Is CBRE's Transfer Agent and How Do I Contact Them?

Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions, Inc. is the transfer agent for the Class A common stock of CBRE Group, Inc. They can be reached at 855-627-5086 or via email at shareholder@broadridge.com. You should contact them if you are a registered shareholder and have a question about your account, or your stock certificate has been lost or stolen, or you would like to report a change in your name or address. In addition, if you are a registered shareholder and have not received a Proxy Statement and Card and Annual Report in advance of the Annual Meeting of Stockholders, please contact Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions, Inc., as follows.

Regular, Registered or Overnight Mail

Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions, Inc.
Attention: Interactive Workflow System
1155 Long Island Avenue
Edgewood, NY 11717

Telephone Inquiries

855-627-5086, or TTY for hearing impaired: 855-627-5080
Foreign Shareowners: 720-378-5662, or TTY Foreign Shareowners: 720-399-2074

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