CBRE Group

Dallas, Texas
Real Estate

Corporate Bias Rating

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Risk Level:

Rating - Danger
High Risk


CBRE Group scored a 100 on the 2023 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), a political stakeholder group. By complying with the HRC’s controversial demands, CBRE Group increases the risk of dividing employees, alienating customers and harming shareholders. The company covers transgender-related medical costs for its employees and their children and provides specific sexual orientation and gender identity-based benefits. It also uses sex and gender ideology criteria in employee recruitment, vendor selection, marketing, and philanthropic support. CBRE Group forces employees to undergo multiple ideological trainings and uses its reputation, corporate funds, and political influence to support controversial sex and gender ideologies, organizations, and legislation. CBRE has pledged to support the National Urban League and funds multiple LGBTQ organizations. CBRE Investment Management is part of Glasgow's Net Zero Alliance and is a signatory of the Business Roundtable's 2019 Statement on the Purpose of Corporation, which promotes stakeholder capitalism. The company is a member of the MCCA, indicating its focus on recruiting, retaining, and promoting employees based on race. For these reasons, CBRE Group receives a High Risk rating.

Board Bias

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CEO of CBRE Group

Bob Sulentic

Bob Sulentic


Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, CBRE Group is a member of the Fortune 250 operating in the Real Estate industry. Bob Sulentic and Bob Sulentic serve as CEO/President and Chairman, respectively, leading the company’s C-suite executive team and the board of directors. Amongst these teams, the collective leadership is responsible for $5,200 to Republican causes and $5,000 to Democratic causes. Under their tenure, CBRE Group currently holds a 'High Risk' risk rating.

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