Tibiaan ramps up executive line-up with two high-level hires
Well-known real estate firm Tibiaan Properties has beefed up its frontline sales and administrative line-up with the recruitment of two talented executives, both equipped with the experience and skills to further fuel the company’s growth ambitions.
Ali al Hinaai, an Omani Projects and Admin professional, joined Tibiaan as vice president - Property Management, affirming the company’s commitment to supporting Omanisation at the highest echelons of management. British national Becky Spiga, a property sales and marketing professional, has been tapped as vice president - Sales and Leasing. Together, they bring to the organisation a repertoire of capabilities to complement Tibiaan’s already formidable executive talent.
The new hires come against a backdrop of strong growth in key segments of the real estate development and leasing market in the sultanate, with consolidation being witnessed in other segments. These trends have made it imperative for leading firms like Tibiaan Properties to bring on board proven local and international talent necessary to drive the company’s growth.
Hinaai joins from construction heavyweight Carillion Alawi where he served as recruitment manager. Combined with previous stints in various administrative, procurement and technical capacities, the young executive has garnered a full suite of managerial skills that will prove valuable to Tibiaan, particularly in its dealings with stakeholders.
Becky is a veteran of Oman’s property market, having served in one of the local subsidiaries of a large international property agency in Oman. Over a roughly ten-year stint with her previous employer, Becky gained an un- matched 360-degree understanding of the real estate industry from the economic, commercial, legal and regulatory standpoints - insights that will hold her in good stead in her new responsibility as VP - Sales and Leasing at Tibiaan.
Fahad al Ismaili, founder and CEO said, “With these high-level appointments, Tibiaan is now gearing for a new phase of growth in the real estate business in Oman. We also aim to grow our share of the property market while capitalising on new opportunities that may materialise amid the current changes being witnessed in this sector.”