|25 August, 2019

Kanoo Real Estate appoints new divisional CEO

Kanoo Real Estate has appointed Mohamed AbdulElah Al Kooheji as division CEO.

Kanoo Real Estate, a fully owned business division of Yusuf bin Ahmed Kanoo Group (YBA Kanoo), has appointed Mohamed AbdulElah Al Kooheji as division chief executive officer.

Al Kooheji will now spearhead Kanoo Real Estate efforts to maintain, upgrade and expand its diverse portfolio in the GCC.
Al Kooheji brings to Kanoo Real Estate more than 13 years of experience in real estate portfolio management and property development having worked in several reputable real estate companies in Bahrain.
Most recently, he served as CEO of Amlak, the Social Insurance Organisation Property Development Company.
Faisal Khalid Kanoo, president of Kanoo Real Estate, said: “We are glad to welcome Mr Al Kooheji to our team. Kanoo Real Estate portfolio is spread across the GCC and requires an experienced real estate executive such as Mr Al Kooheji to manage the size and diversity of the portfolio and to start implementing innovative growth strategies.”
Al Kooheji added: “I’m very delighted to join Kanoo Real Estate and work directly with the Kanoo family and the executive committee of Kanoo Real Estate to enhance the offerings of their property portfolio. It is an honour to apply my experience in managing and growing the real estate portfolio.”
Kanoo Real Estate is one of the main pillars of the YBA Kanoo Group, managing a portfolio that includes residential, commercial, and industrial real estate across Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE. The division is responsible for project development, project management, asset management, and facilities management. - TradeArabia News Service

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