MKC_5408_HK_CBRE HK 40th anniversary_timeline (002) 
1978 The company enters the Hong Kong market.
1983 The company registered in Hong Kong as Richard Ellis Property Management Limited.
1994 The company added its Chinese name and became Richard Ellis 魏理仕物業顧問有限公司.
1998 The company changed its name from Richard Ellis 魏理仕物業顧問有限公司 to CB Richard Ellis 世邦魏理仕有限公司.
2003 The company acquired Insignia Brooke, a real estate firm. CB Richard Ellis Hong Kong began sponsoring a corporate suite at Hong Kong Stadium for the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens.
2004 The company launched an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange. The firm's revenue surpasses US$2.0 billion.
2006 The company is named to S&P 500.
The company acquired Trammell Crow Company, enhancing its outsourcing and integrated account management capabilities.
2008 The company became the first real estate services company ever included in the Fortune 500.
2010 CB Richard Ellis Hong Kong acquired PropertyOne, its Asset Services business line.
2011 CB Richard Ellis Investors (CBRE Investors) acquired ING’s real estate investment management business in Europe and Asia and its listed securities business, creating CBRE Global Investors. Its Asia Pacific headquarters are established in Hong Kong.
The company changed its name to CBRE Group Inc (CBRE).
CB Richard Ellis Hong Kong 世邦魏理仕有限公司 changed its name to CBRE HK Limited 世邦魏理仕有限公司
2012 CBRE Hong Kong starts sponsoring MoonTrekker.
2013 CBRE Hong Kong launched the Women’s Network.
2014 CBRE was listed in the FTSE4Good Index for the first time.
CBRE was recognized as World’s Most Ethical Company by Ethisphere Institute.
CBRE was named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
CBRE earned the first WELL Certification for a commercial space.
2015 CBRE acquired Johnson Controls (JCI) Global Workplace Solutions business.
CBRE total revenue exceeded $10 billion for the first time.
2017 CBRE Hong Kong launched LGBT+CBRE, the first pride network in the real estate industry in Asia.
CBRE acquired Floored.
2018 CBRE celebrates its 40 year anniversary.
CBRE establishes the Greater Bay Area as a new business geography.