Faithful+Gould Becomes First RICS Regulated Company in the Middle East

Jenny Malem
Faithful+Gould has become the first company in the Middle East to be regulated by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

RICS is the world’s leading qualification when it comes to professional standards in land, property and construction. The registration of Faithful+Gould in the Middle East provides a guarantee that the company has adopted the most rigorous levels of conduct regulated by the RICS – assuring clients that they will receive the highest standard of service, expertise and integrity.

Steven Gould, global director of regulation, RICS said: "I am very pleased to register Faithful+Gould as the first firm in the Middle East to be Regulated by RICS. By signing up to regulation by RICS, Faithful+Gould has demonstrated its commitment to the highest standards, to operating in a professional and ethical manner, and that it is open to independent scrutiny. Clients and the general public can take confidence from the mark 'Regulated by RICS' as an assurance of quality for firms providing surveying services."

"By signing up to regulation by RICS, Faithful+Gould has demonstrated its commitment to the highest standards, to operating in a professional and ethical manner, and that it is open to independent scrutiny."

Steven Gould - Global Director of Regulation, RICS

Campbell Gray, Faithful+Gould’s managing director in the Middle East, added: “We are proud to be the first RICS regulated company in the Middle East, which reflects our level of commitment to the highest levels of professionalism, ethics and business standards. This helps set us apart in the region because members are required to comply with strict codes of practice which protect the consumer interest and promote client confidence.”

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