Monday, September 18, 2017

Al Hamra Group makes four senior appointments

Al Hamra Group, one of the largest real estate developers in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, has announced four new senior appointments across its hospitality, retail, facilities management and finance operations.

The move is aimed at leading the company in its next phase of growth thus solidifying its position as the market leader in the Ras Al Khaimah.

Al Hamra Group has appointed Frederic Savoye as the president of its hospitality business; while Ross Hargrove takes over as the manager of RAK’s largest shopping destination, Manar Mall followed by Paul Healy as the new head of facility management and Raman Garg as the group chief financial officer (CFO).

Benoy Kurien, the general manager of Al Hamra Real Estate Development (AHRED), said: "We are delighted to welcome these new members to the team and together we look forward to achieving the objectives we have set out as our company faces this new and exciting chapter in its growth."

"We have always set ourselves incredibly high standards and this new cohort of senior business leaders will not only meet, but exceed our existing quality threshold," he added.

Highly regarded for his strategic and innovative thinking, Savoye will oversee all aspects of group’s hospitality offering, which currently includes four luxury hotels and resorts: Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah; Hilton Al Hamra Beach & Golf Resort, The Al Hamra Residence and Village, and the Ritz-Carlton Al Hamra Beach due to open in the fourth quarter this year.

Hargrove, a dynamic, driven and capable leader who has previously managed multi-million-dollar shopping centers in the UK for Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) and Hammerson, will be at the helm of RAK’s first, largest and most popular mall, Manar Mall.

An expert in matching popular brands with entertainment facilities, Hargrove has been instrumental in leading his teams to numerous awards, including: the 2015 Best Security Team in the South East of England by the British Security Industry Association and the British Security Industry Association’s national award, said Kurien.

On Healy, the official said he will be responsible for the regional growth of the property management and maintenance service unit of AHRED.

He joined the group earlier this year, having previously worked in operations and construction, technical direction, engineering and territory management sectors.

Healy has spent the last 19 years in the Gulf region, working on prestigious projects including the Palm Jumeirah, The World Islands, Burj Khalifa, Yas Island, YAS F1 circuit and Emaar Dubai Marina Phase 1.

On the other senior apointment, Kurien said Garg will be leading the company’s finance department, while also fulfilling responsibilities as a member of the Finance Executive Committee representing Al Hamra Group. He will report directly to the chairman, it added.

"This is a critical role and we are excited to have Garg with all his expertise taking the helm” he stated.

"With more than 25 years’ experience, Garg has worked with a range of global organisations in manufacturing, financial services and investments, such as Sequoia Capital, India Shelter Housing Finance, Max New York Life Insurance, Coca-Cola and Pepsi Company," he added.-TradeArabia News Service

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