Hussain Sajwani in Business and Philanthropy

The DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani is a real estate billionaire living in the United Arab Emirates. DAMAC Properties is a part of the DAMAC Group and is a company that works on the development of property and residential real estate. The company was founded in 2002 by Hussain Sajwani and acts from Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.



When making the decision to found DAMAC Properties, Hussain Sajwani was motivated by a decree made by the Dubai government which allowed foreigners to own property in the United Arab Emirates. He took advantage of this as he envisioned buyers from non-emirate countries to become the top real estate buyers. That proved to be an accurate assessment as Hussain Sajwani managed to quickly resell the then still undeveloped land less than six months after purchase, beginning a profitable business in the industry of real estate development.



Hussain Sajwani still runs the company as its Chairman. He is responsible for the company’s operations as well as its huge wealth. Handling a net worth of nearly 4 billion dollars, DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani ranks as the 4th wealthiest billionaire in the United Arab Emirates. the corporation has developed more than 19 000 apartments since it entered its line of work.



Hussain Sajwani has been highly active in philanthropy. he established a charity arm of the DAMAC Properties several years ago which is also active in funding and donating to causes. One of the most significant donations made by the magnate was to the AED which was fundraising resources in order to provide food, clothing, and shelter to more than one million children around the globe.



Hussain Sajwani donated two million to the extensive campaign and that money was enough to bring clothes, food, and warmth to more than 50 000 kids. The Ramadan initiative was started by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.



Over the years, Hussain Sajwani as achieved a lot in career but he considers philanthropy to be the most sifigifcant achievement in his life.


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DAMAC Owner Hussain Sajwani Multi-Billion Business Deals with Donald Trump

Hussain Sajwani, the legendary owner of DAMAC and Dubai real estate developer worth $4.3 B, is ready to partner with President Donald Trump in more housing projects. In 2013, Hussain and Trump were the joint developers of two golf courses bearing the Trump brands-The Trump World Golf Course, that will open in 2018, and the Trump International Golf Course, which opened its doors to clients in February 2017.


At the beginning of Trump’s presidency, Sajwani presented to Trump a $2 billion offer in real estate project in Dubai. However, Trump rejected the deal to avoid conflict of interest. President Trump had promised never to make new investment deals during his term in office.


Hussain Sajwani Family and Donald Trump


The relationship between Hussain Sajwani and Donald Trump goes back many years. In an interview with NBC News, Sajwani explained his connection to the Trumps long before Trump won the presidency. “Trump’s sons Donald Jr. and Erick and daughter Ivanka are close to our family,” said Sajwani. Ivanka visits Mrs. Sajwani, and the two ladies communicate on e-mail quite often. Learn more:


Hussain Sajwani- “A Very, Very, Very Amazing Man”


Immediately after being elected, the U.S. president described Sajwani, the DAMAC investor, as “a very, very, very amazing man.” Sajwani, who the media describe as the “The Donald Trump of Dubai” appeared among the Forbes 2017 list of the top 10 billionaires in the Arab world.


Born in 1952 to a business father, Hussain grew up watching his parent run a shop for Chinese imported watches, shirts, and Parker pens. Later, Sajwani won a government scholarship to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and Economics at the University of Washington.


Hussain Sajwani’s Career and DAMAC


In 1981, Sajwani began to work at the finance branch of the Abu Dhabi Gas Industries. In1983, Hussain began a catering business, the Global Logistics Services, with the U.S. military as his customers. Sajwani’s property development company, DAMAC Properties, began in 2002. The DAMAC owner has built 19,000 apartments as of 2017 and with more than 44,000 units under construction. Sajwani is among the 100 most influential Arabs globally, according to Gulf Business