Dubai Holding

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Dubai Holding
دبي القابضة
Type Holding Company (Government-owned)
Industry Diversified Investments
Hospitality
Financial Services
Real Estate
Specialised Business Parks
Healthcare
Media
Telecommunication
Founded October, 2004
Headquarters Emirates Towers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Key people
Revenue IncreaseAED 9.2 billion (2012)
Employees 15,000 (including subsidiaries)
Website dubaiholding.com

Dubai Holding (Arabic: دبي القابضة‎) is a global investment holding company that develops and manages an extensive portfolio of companies focused on investments, financial services, real estate, specialised business parks, telecommunications and hospitality. It is majority owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum the Ruler of Dubai [1]). Current CEO is Ahmad Bin Byat.

Management Team[edit]

  • SIBIN (Executive Chairman)
  • Ahmad Bin Byat (Chief Executive Officer)
  • Fadel Al Ali (Chief Operating Officer)

Subsidiaries[edit]

Major business groups of Dubai Holding:

1. Dubai Holding Commercial Operations Group (DHCOG) – which develops and manages Dubai Holding’s businesses in hospitality, business parks, real estate and telecommunications.


TECOM Investments also invests in:

  • Emirates International Telecommunications - the primary investment vehicle in telecommunications for Dubai Holding. It has stakes in:

2. Dubai Holding Investments Group (DHIG) – which oversees Dubai Holding’s financial assets through:

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