Co-founder and Chief Executive of the Henley Group, Tariq is responsible for formulating strategy for the business and ensuring its effective implementation. He manages direct reports from the main areas of the business and leads on banking relationships and on ensuring the company ethos remains at the heart of the Group. Charity is a key focus of the company and Tariq leads in this area.
Co-founder and Director of the Henley Homes group of companies. Alongside his Board duties, Shafiq is specifically responsible for Procurement and Aftercare across the business. He specialises in contract and credit term negotiation and runs the aftercare team.
Co-founder and Director of Projects for the Henley Homes group of companies. Alongside his Board duties, Kashif oversees the Construction, Commercial and Technical teams to ensure delivery of all projects to time and budget.
Joseph has responsibility for day-to-day operations of the business, proactively taking steps to maximise performance of the central departments on behalf of the CEO and managing the core support functions within the Group. Prior to joining Henley he undertook senior leadership roles at the Royal Bank of Scotland in their Business, Wealth and Retail Banking sectors where he successfully implemented and delivered business strategy.
Yash has nearly three decades of financial control, corporate finance, M&A, tax & treasury and deal structuring experience. He has worked in major multinationals such as Vodafone Plc, Boots Plc, Thistle Hotels, and most recently was Group CFO of Strawberry Star Group. At Henley he is part of the Investment Committee and senior leadership team, reporting at board level. He is a cricket enthusiast and played professional cricket for many years.
Faisal heads up Henley’s Land Department. He is responsible for formulating the acquisition strategy of the business and sourcing new development opportunities, working with private landowners and public sector bodies. Faisal has spent the last seven years at Henley specialising in acquiring brownfield sites, delivering planning on large complex mixed-use developments and growing the hotel investment portfolio.
Nassar Khalil heads the Hotel & Leisure team, focussing on brand development and growth strategy for the Group’s hotel portfolio. Formerly the COO for Royal Luxury Hotels, he launched its seven-star hotel in Qatar. Prior to that Nassar was Operations Director (and pivotal to the development and launch) of The Resident. Nassar was named as an Industry Titan in Boutique Hotelier’s influential ‘Power List 2020’, and is a Fellow of the Institute of Hospitality. He is also a visiting lecturer at the Vatel International Hotel Institute.
With over 23 years’ experience in Land, Planning & Sales, Phil re-joins the Henley Group in a board level role to ensure that acquisitions and sales meet the group’s strategic requirements. This involves extensive liaison across the business, and with a comprehensive network of consultants and agents. Phil manages larger development schemes through the planning process, using his experience to achieve viable and marketable consents.
Tim manages the Group architectural team and is responsible for coordinating design development, between the Commercial and Construction teams and with external consultants. He joined the Group from Haverstock, a specialist public sector practice where he was Associate Partner, and prior to that he was an Associate at FLAQC. Tim has strong communication and leadership skills and an aptitude for ensuring the commercial viability and timeliness of his team’s designs.
As Construction Director, Aaron Usmani is specifically responsible for the Construction delivery area of the business. His involvement ranges from design team management to oversight of the build programme and generation of bank reports. Aaron joined the Henley Group from Laing O’Rourke as a project manager.
Aman has responsibility for developing strategy and effective business partnerships with key stakeholders on behalf of the CEO and Board. Prior to joining the Group, Aman worked for a London Local Authority as Corporate Director of Place, which incorporated planning and regeneration. Previously he has been CEO of a Housing Association and an Economic Development Agency.