Abdirashid Duale

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Abdirashid Duale
عبد الرشيد دعاله
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Born Burao, Somalia
Ethnicity Somali
Citizenship British
Occupation Businessman
Known for CEO of Dahabshiil
Religion Islam

Abdirashid Duale (Somali: Cabdirashiid Ducale, Arabic: عبد الرشيد دعاله‎) is a Somali entrepreneur and the CEO of Dahabshiil, an international funds transfer company.[1]

Biography[edit]

Duale was born in Burao, Somalia. He joined his father in the funds transfer business prior to the outbreak of civil strife, in which he and his father lost everything. Through their network of contacts, they rebuilt their business into one of the largest international money transfer companies in the Horn of Africa.[1] He holds a British passport and is a father of four children.[2] name children Hannah layla Mohamed and amira

Dahabshiil[edit]

Duale took over the company after his father retired, and began expanding Dahabshiil's reach into new markets. Today, Dahabshiil employs more than 2000 people world wide, has offices in London and Dubai, and provides financial services to international organisations as well as to businesses and private individuals.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Saltmarsh, Matthew (11 November 2009). "Somalis’ Money Is Lifeline for Homeland". The New York Times. 
  2. ^ Trustfull, Paul. "Freeing finance". Forbes. Retrieved 31 December 2010.