Leo Huber

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Leo Huber

Leo Huber recently joined the Engel & Völkers family in the summer of 2017. Born in The Bahamas with an international background, Leo's education was in Economics and Hotel Management and he speaks fluent German, Swiss and a working knowledge of French. Prior to his move to Engel & Völkers Leo brings 20 years experience in private banking where he was Head Trader and then Vice-President of investment strategy at the Bahamas office of Pictet, one of the world's premier private banking institutions. Leo is however no new-comer to real estate as his own investment focus over the years was buying and selling on his own portfolio of properties. His particular area of focus has been in Sandyport and the Cable Beach district of Nassau, where he has also lived for the last 30 years. Leo is well accustomed to the needs and requirements of discerning ultra high net worth clients and strives to meet them with a friendly efficiency that has resulted in a network of both international and local clients.

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