Emaar international CEO now heading Nshama

Durie will lead the way on a new lifestyle development in Dubai that focuses on sustainability, culture and education.

Emaar is one of the UAE's biggest developers.
Emaar is one of the UAE's biggest developers.

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The chief executive officer of Emaar Properties' international unit, Fred Durie, has left the company to head private real estate company Nshama.

Durie confirmed this week that he left the United Arab Emirates’ biggest developer to become CEO of Nshama, one of Dubai's youngest developers.

Emaar has also confirmed Durie's departure but have shed no light on who will replace him.

Durie will lead the way on a new lifestyle development in Dubai that focuses on sustainability, culture and education.

In September, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation (MBRF) signed a joint venture agreement with Nshama to work on the project.

Durie had been with Emaar for 13 years, during which time he looked after projects in Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Turkey, amongst others.

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