"Cityscape Intelligence": With 13 of the most influential personalities
The UAE tops the regional list of the elite in the real estate sector in 2020
The list includes 20 of the region's most prominent and influential exceptional personalities.
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The "Cityscape Intelligence" platform, the leading portal in the field of real estate market analysis in the region, has released the first edition of the elite list in the real estate sector for the year 2020, which represents a ranking of 20 of the most prominent and influential exceptional personalities in the sector in the Middle East and North Africa. The UAE is ranked with 13 of the most prominent influential figures.
A statement issued yesterday stated that the list, which was classified by a committee of experts in the real estate sector, included prominent names at the local and regional levels, including the CEO of the "NEOM" project, a future city full of the latest smart city technologies, Nazmi Al-Nasr, the Chairman and CEO of Ports Dubai World and Chairman of the Board of Directors of "Virgin Hyperloop One", Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, is among the most prominent leaders of mega projects, governmental and private real estate development companies in the region.
The list of the elite of the real estate sector also included the names of important personalities, such as: Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications, Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for International Cooperation, Director General of the Office of Expo 2020 Dubai, Reem Al Hashemi, and Director General of the Land and Property Department. In Dubai, Sultan Butti bin Mejren, the former Director General of Smart Dubai Office, Dr. Aisha bint Butti bin Bishr, and the Deputy Minister of Housing in Egypt, Khaled Abbas.
The director of the Cityscape Group at Informa Markets, Chris Speller, said, “The first version of the elite list in the real estate sector from (Cityscape) sheds light on the most influential figures in the sector, especially those who contributed to shaping the market. The Middle East region over the past 12 months, or those names that have demonstrated exceptional capabilities to overcome the enormous challenges that characterized the year 2020, which is full of turmoil in all respects. ”
Speller stated that «the UAE had the largest representation on the elite list in the real estate sector, in its first version, with 13 prominent names in the sector, among them the founder of Emaar Properties, Muhammad Al-Abbar, the head of the Department of Urban Planning and Municipalities in Abu Dhabi, Falah Al-Ahbabi, and the CEO of Aldar Company. Real Estate, Talal Al-Dhiyabi, and CEO of (Dubai Properties), Khaled Al-Malik.
He added that there were also «personalities such as Chairman of the Board of Directors of (Nakheel Properties), Muhammad Ibrahim Al Shaibani, Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al Shafar General Contracting Company, Imad Azmy, CEO of Majid Al Futtaim Group, Alan Bejjani, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of (Damac Properties) Hussain. Sajwani, also one of the most prominent names on the list. ”
He pointed out that the regional representation in the list was also reflected through prominent names, such as: CEO of Seef Real Estate Company from Bahrain, Ahmed Youssef Abdullah, CEO of "Orascom Construction" from Egypt, Osama Bishai, and Vice Chairman of the Group of Services and Trade Companies From Oman, Waqas Al-Adawi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dar Al-Arkan Real Estate Development Company, Yusef bin Abdullah Al-Shalash, and CEO of the Red Sea Development Company from Saudi Arabia, John Pagano.
The 13 Influential Personalities
The 13 Influential Personalities
- Umar bin Sultan Al-Scholars.
- Muhammad Ibrahim Al-Shaibani.
Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem.
Sultan Butti bin Mejren.
- Muhammad Al-Abbar.
- Falah Al Ahbabi.
- Emad Azmy.
- Aisha bint Butti bin Bishr.
- Alan Bejjani.
committee of experts in the real estate sector compiled the list, which included prominent names at the local and regional levels.
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