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Mohammed Ibrahim Al Shaibani
The chairman of DIB also represents Dubai’s Royal family in the UK, and his connections are spread across the region’s top businessmen.
September 14, 2006 5:40 by kippreport
As vice-chairman and CEO of the National Bonds Corporation, Al Shaikh works under Al Shaibani. National Bonds, a saving scheme, is half owned by Dubai Government, with other major shareholders being Dubai Holding Company, Emaar and Dubai Bank.
Al Shaikh is also the chairman of Amlak Finance – the UAE’s leading home mortgage provider – and Madarees, a regional education initiative. In addition, he is a board member of the Dubai Real Estate Corporation and Dubai Aerospace Enterprise.
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