Dyldam handing over the reins to next generation of executives

Dyldam handing over the reins to next generation of executives
Dyldam handing over the reins to next generation of executives

Property developer Dyldam has announced a transitional generational change in its senior management team as the value of the group’s development pipeline of residential and mixed-use projects has reached $6 billion in the company’s 50th year of operation. 

Over the next few months current chief operating officer Fayad Fayad will be promoted to chief executive and current development director Remon Fayad will assume the role of chief operating officer.

Both Joseph Khattar and Sam Fayad will continue to mentor the new senior executives as they transition into their new roles and will both further increase their involvement in their philanthropic commitments.

Khattar said it was time for a change.

“It is now time to hand over the reins to the next generation of executives, with Fayad working his way through all aspects of the company’s operations since 1999.

"Remon has been with us since 2005 and has played an important role in delivering a record pipeline of projects we are now developing.

“I established this business in 1969 with my father Naim and believe Dyldam is in its strongest ever position in its fiftieth year and I have every confidence in its future under these two experienced and very capable men” Khattar added.

Fayad Fayad shares his enthusiasm.

“Remon and I are honoured to accept these senior executive roles at Dyldam as we are on the threshold of delivering an expected and much needed 9,000 apartments in Sydney’s major growth corridors," Fayad Fayad said.

"We pay homage to the achievement of Dyldam’s illustrious history and will strive to build upon this success as we develop the portfolio of landmark sites in the coming decades.

“We have accepted these roles with the full knowledge that we carry a heavy responsibility to ensure the company continues to grow over the next 50 years."

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