Saleh Abdullah Kamel
|Saleh Abdullah Kamel|
|Born||1940/1941 (age 74–75)
|Residence||Jeddah, Saudi Arabia|
|Alma mater||King Abdulaziz University|
|Known for||Chairman and founder, Dallah al Baraka Group|
|Net worth||US$2.3 billion (October 2015)|
Saleh Abdullah Kamel (Arabic: صالح عبد الله كامل) (born 1940/1941) is a Saudi billionaire businessman, chairman and founder of the Dallah al Baraka Group (DBG). He is the chairman of the General Council for Islamic Banks.
Kamel has been called "the father of contemporary Islamic finance", receiving Malaysia's Royal Award for Islamic Finance in November 2010.
Kamel is the owner of Durrat Al-Arus, a resort in Saudi Arabia.
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Kamel moderates many plans of the City Hall, such as garbage collecting and plans for traffic police, such as driving licenses tests, water desalination plant work and roads building. His companies were also contracted to maintain the region's pilgrimage sites and Holy Mosques of Mecca and Medina.
- "Saleh Kamel". Forbes. Retrieved 19 October 2015.
- Alternatively transliterated as Salih Abdullah Kamil
- pr.web 11/02/2010
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- "Meet The World's Insanely Rich Arab Businessmen". Business Insider. Retrieved 2015-11-25.
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