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January 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Qatar based "The Wall Investment and Real Estate Development", under the stewardship of Dr.
Naseer Homoud, has been recognized as one of the giants of real estate sector by World Finance, a prestigious business magazine from
London(U.K.) by placing it among World Finance 100 list.
World Finance is a publication of World News Media of
London, United Kingdom. It published many business magazines and online publications covering finance, economics major companies.
Being part of the List, "The Wall" has found a place among top 100 companies of the world operating in diverse sectors ranging from internet, telecom, finance, manufacturing, technology, banking, aviation, etc. Being in the list, The Wall shares the distinction with Google, Vodafone, BMW, Volkswagen, Intel, Infosys, Ford, Nokia, Samsung, and many more. Among the real estate sector, except His Excellency Sheikh
Hamad Bin Abdullah Al Thani, The Wall is the only Qatari company that has found mention in the list. His Excellency Sheikh
Hamad Bin Abdullah Al Thani has been lauded for his guidance as the CEO of QIPCO Holding to fostering growth in
The Wall offers most diversified products comprising residential, commercial/IT parks, retail, hotels, amusement parks and Special Economic Zones. Having started the journey in a modest way, The Wall is now establishing new standards in the industry. While development of residential projects and integrated townships including low housing projects in several countries of
Middle East are primary focus areas, the Wall is also working on various aspects of real estate development, such as land identification and acquisition, project planning, designing, marketing and execution.
"THE WALL" conceptualized the object of the company. It meant protection and durability for the valued customers but did not hinder communication.