JLL with the highest number of RICS valuers in Slovakia.
Slovak team at JLL grows number of its RICS professionals to five.
As of the 10th of April, Miroslav Škodáček, Senior Valuer in JLL Bratislava branch has become a new member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
RICS is the global professional body promoting and enforcing the highest international standards in the valuation, management and development of land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. With Miroslav's newest accreditation, the JLL team confirms its market-leading position with currently the highest number of RICS valuers on the Slovak market.
The Slovak JLL Valuation team provides a market valuation of properties, businesses, goodwill based on RICS regulations. Only in 2017, the team secured valuation of over 120 of commercial and residential real estates, in the total amount of more than 5.4 mil. sqm and the total value exceeding 4.3 bn Eur.
Miroslav Škodáček MRICS, Senior Valuer in JLL Slovakia says: „I am delighted to become a new member of the RICS. I have been working on my professional career target for the last five years during which I have continuously provided our clients with services meeting the highest professional and ethical standards.“
Peter Nitschneider MRICS, Country Manager and Head of Advisory JLL Slovakia, adds: „I would like to thank Miroslav for his dedication and his thorough preparation. As Slovakia is clearly becoming an established real estate market, we are committed to invest in our people to support our clients and their needs. With this accreditation, we now hold the biggest number of RICS qualified members among our competitors in Slovakia and we have the only valuation team in SK that is 100% qualified.“
In January 2018, JLL was named one of the „World's Most Ethical Companies“ for eleven consecutive years by the Ethispere Institue.
Miroslav Škodáček MRICS (29) joined the Slovak JLL team in 2012. In his current role, Miroslav is responsible for valuations and appraisals of all types of commercial properties and development projects in Slovakia. A majority of valuations is carried out for financial reporting, loan security, acquisition and disposal purposes. Miroslav holds a Master's Degree in Corporate Economics at the University of Economics in Bratislava, Faculty of Business Management.