Hussain Sajwani: The Founder, Chairman, and Owner of DAMAC Properties

Hussain Sajwani is a United Arab Emirates (UAE) national who is also the Founder, Chairman, and Owner at DAMAC Properties. DAMAC Properties was founded in 2002, which is currently posturing as a giant property development establishment in the Middle East. Hussain Sajwani is an accomplished serial entrepreneur with over three-decade experience in developing fast-growing pioneering ventures.

 

He has served on various boards, as a member, including Al Ahlia Insurance, Bahrain; Majan University College – located in Muscat, Oman; Emirates Takaful Company, Abu Dhabi; and JUNO Online, New York. DAMAC Properties is a giant multi-billion corporation, which has its headquarters in Dubai. DAMAC Group operates in more than 20 countries across the continents.

 

Hussain Sajwani is a seasoned investor and businessperson who demonstrate a remarkable work history in capital markets and global equity. Hussain Sajwani has demonstrated unique skills in sales, portfolio management, real estate development, marketing, negotiation, finance, working with investors, leadership and developing workable business strategies.

 

Besides, he currently holds a diverse set of investment portfolios of securities in various regional and world markets. Hussain Sajwani runs various profitable projects in world’s cities such as Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Beirut, Amman, Riyadh, Jeddah, and London.

 

The Trump Organization manages some of the DAMAC enterprises such as luxury apartments, Paramount Hotels and Resorts and luxury villas. In his New Year’s Eve Speech, Donald Trump praised Hussain Sajwani, his long-term business partner. DAMAC Properties helped to develop the Trump International Course Dubai.

 

Besides, Hussain is renowned for his philanthropic activities. In 2013, he donated a check for AED 2 million in support of a campaign with the goal of clothing over a million deprived children all over the globe. Hussain believes that children are the future of the world and hence should be provided with the best possible environment at the critical moments of their lives.

 

In 2014, Hussain gave out AED one million as a water aid to the UAE Suqia. The donation was part of the Ramadan charity giving programs. The water aid was designed to help provide safe and clean water for over five million in the world.