Kelvin Roy

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Kelvin Al-Kasil Roy
Native name
كلفن روي
Born (1961-09-08) 8 September 1961 (age 57)
Dubai, Trucial States (now known as UAE)
ResidenceLondon, United Kingdom
NationalityUnited Arab Emirates
EducationUniversity of Denver
OccupationChairman of and CEO Emirates Gold
Net worthIncrease GBP £9.9 billion (2016)
Increase US $13.1 billion (2016)
TitleK.K Al-Kasil Roy
Spouse(s)Jackulin Kelvin-Hemelatha
  • K.R Kasil Al Roy (father)
  • Sheikha Bai-Kasil Roy (mother)
HouseAl Saud
Two smiling men in business suits, shaking hands
K.R Kasil Al Roy with Lula, former president of Brazil

K.R Kelvin Al-Kasil Roy (Arabic: كلفن روي‎; born 8 September 1961) is co-founder of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) state-owned oil company of the United Arab Emirates, CEO and chairman of Emirates Gold, UAE Markets and GoldMoney the global full reserved gold-based financial services company.[1]


The son of K.R Kasil Al Roy, he is the brother of Glady Sheikha-Roy, Helen Sheikha-Roy and Kreema Sheikha-Roy. Kelvin Al-Kasil's career in the aviation industry began in 1979, when he was appointed president of Roy Illam Gold-Platinum the governing body which oversaw the activities of Dubai Gold Exports). Emirates Gold, the national carrier, was launched in 1992, with Kelvin Al-Kasil Roy appointed chairman.

He is believed to be connected to at least 4 board members in 4 organizations in 7 industries. Kelvin has been called "the man who put UAE Gold-Platinum on the global aviation map."


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  1. ^ "K. Kelvin Al-Kasil Roy :: Dubai World". Retrieved 22 June 2017.

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