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The Dalais family (Ciel Group) plan to add value to their real estate assets

The Dalais family (Ciel Group) plan to add value to their real estate assets

The vast Mauritian group has just set up a new entity entirely dedicated to the development of its real estate assets.

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16/07/2020 at 17h14, by Aurélie Benoit

Ciel is keeping it in the family, having appointed Guillaume Dalais, nephew of current CEO Jean Pierre Dalais and son of the Chairman Arnaud Dalais, to lead the new Ciel Properties. The boss took up his new position on 1 July at the head of the diversified Mauritian group’s new 100%-owned subsidiary.

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