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Nick Witty

Chestertons Mena appoints new managing director

DUBAI, August 2, 2017

International property specialist Chestertons has appointed Nick Witty as managing director, overseeing operations in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena).

Witty had previously been appointed country manager for Qatar earlier this year.

He brings more than 29 years’ experience to the role, with an impressive track record in the real estate industry covering a range of disciplines including acquisition and disposal, development feasibility, facilities and property management, leasing, marketing and valuation.

Witty is no stranger to the region, having been based in the Middle East since 1998, including five years in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Prior to joining Chestertons, he held positions with Deloitte as head of real estate (Northern Gulf) and for DTZ (Cushman Wakefield) as regional managing director, based in Doha.

Chestertons Mena chairman Salah Mussa said: “Nick joins the team at an exciting time as the company eyes further expansion throughout the Mena region. His expertise in dealing with multi-national corporates and financial institutions will be crucial, especially when directing strategy and driving our business forward.”

A native of the UK, Witty graduated from Nottingham Trent University where he attained a BSc (Hons) in Urban Estate Surveying.

Witty qualified as a chartered surveyor in 1992 while working for DTZ in London and is also a Registered Valuer of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Headquartered in Dubai, Chestertons Mena operates four offices in the region, covering the whole GCC region – with over 100 employees in total. The Mena business comprises five divisions: Valuations and Advisory; Residential and Commercial agency; Property Management; London Sales and Investment; and International Sales and Investment.  – TradeArabia News Service
 




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