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A member of the Galadari clan, and the young owner of the Galadari Investment Office, he is linked to some of the world’s top real-estate developers.
August 18, 2008 7:44 by kippreport
The owner of the Galadari Investment Office (GIO), the luxury holding division of Dubai-based Galvest, he broke away from his family business to start his own empire. His company recently announced plans to spend around $1.5bn to acquire existing properties in the GCC and European markets. According to reports, he is also looking at expanding the GIO brand across the world, into fashion and jewellery – and also luxury travel.
GIO was launched in 2005 and Galadari has been investing heavily in the construction of luxury real-estate projects and is currently developing the company’s flagship project – the G Tower in Dubailand.
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