Savills announces Stan Ennor-Glynn as head of international sales

Ennor-Glynn was previously director of the MENA region at JLL

Savills has appointed Stan Ennor-Glynn as head of international residential sales for the Middle East. He will be responsible for leading the international residential division and will be based in Savills’ Dubai office.

Ennor-Glynn is said to have 15 years of experience within the prime central London, wider UK and European residential property markets.

“Our recent research showed that global investment in residential increased by 9% in the first half of 2019, at a time when investment into all other major asset classes declined. Following a period of economic and political uncertainty, we expect GCC investors to increase in 2020 as more certainty is offered, especially in the UK where a lot of pent up GCC capital is waiting to be deployed. In light of this positive development, we proudly welcome the strategic appointment of Stan to our fast-growing Savills family in the region. His extensive experience will support the growth of our international residential team as we continue growing from strength to strength,” said Steven Morgan, CEO of Savills Middle East.

He was previously the director of the MENA region at JLL where he advised on private family offices and high net worth individuals. He also advised other funds on how best to invest capital into real estate, residential and commercial, outside the region.

Commenting on his appointment, Ennor-Glynn commented, “This new role at Savills is an important step in my MENA journey. It’s an honor to become part of this great network and join a well-established market leader with an internationally respected residential agency. Savills has an unparalleled portfolio of properties to offer clients and cater to their needs. I have built a strong experience over the past two decades will complement the existing International team, which already has a vast global office network.”

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