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Lasalle

(ləsăl`) or

Ville Lasalle

(vēl), city (1991 pop. 73,804), S Que., Canada, SW of Montreal on the St. Lawrence River at the head of the Lachine Rapids. It is a suburb of Montreal.
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LaSalle claims it has built success with New York consumers by providing a high quality taste experience at a price that is well below competing brands such as Haagen-Dazs and Ben & Jerry's.
ABN agreed a pounds 45 billion bid from Barclays last week, after committing itself to the sale of LaSalle in what was seen as a "poison pill" tactic to forestall a counter-bid headed by the Royal Bank.
LaSalle Home Mortgage will now join ABN AMRO Mortgage in Minnesota (as well as the ABN AMRO Mortgage Group-branded NLC Call Center and mortgage.com) in employing the ABN AMRO Mortgage retail brand identity.
LaSalle GPS brings together under one umbrella the Aviva multi-manager indirect business, LaSalle's existing European-based global indirect investment team, and its global strategic co-investment team based in Chicago.
"Our partnership with Ryan will add tremendous value to our clients based on its strong reputation, geographic reach, and scope of services," said Vivian Mumaw at Jones Lang LaSalle.
Jones Lang LaSalle is a real estate Services firm, providing comprehensive management, transaction and advisory services worldwide.
Michael Hargreaves, Coltham Development; Guy Webber, Jones Lang Lasalle; Andrew Hall, Severn Trent Properties.
Upon closing, the Latitude debt business will join LaSalle's North America Private Equity platform, which comprises USD 21bn of the company's total USD 60bn in assets under management.
The performance equates to nearly $15 million a year, or $53,000 per building, in energy cost savings to Jones Lang LaSalle's managed portfolio.
In 2005 LaSalle opened its first retail location on Third Avenue in New York City offering a variety of distinctive ice cream flavors, gelato, and exceptional fruit sorbets.
Chicago-based LaSalle said it would pay up to pounds 255million in stock and cash to acquire London-based Jones Lang Wootton, creating a property investment company with more than pounds 11.7billion under management.
The LaSalle board likewise recommends that LaSalle shareholders vote "For" the proposal to approve the pending merger with Pebblebrook in advance of the company's special meeting, which will be held on 27 November.