Hussain Sajwani graduated from the University of Washington and started his career in real estate as a contracts manager for GASCO, a branch of the then Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. He is the founder and the CEO of the DAMAC Properties, which specializes in global developments of real estate.
Hussain Sajwani was also a pioneer of the expansion of market properties in the early 1990s to the year 2002, leading DAMAC Properties to be one of the leading property firms in the Middle East. His expertise are in the fields of law, finance, sales, and administration, making him one of the leading figures in real estate in Abu Dhabi, Doha, Beirut, Amman, and London.
Sajwani’s Relationship with Trump
Trump and Hussain Sajwani family have had a long relationship bearing in mind the nature of their businesses in real estate. Sajwani has collaborated with the Trump Organization to establish different developments in the Middle East.
The two are also real estate moguls and titans. The other collaboration that the two are working on is the development of the Trump International Golf Club. Here, Sajwani will specialize in the area of developing ultra-modern villas with luxurious features, which will be worth approximately $2 Billion in total profits.
DAMAC Group and their Investments
DAMAC Group and Properties specializes in the development of leisure, commercial and residential establishments in Dubai and the Middle East. It also has investments in Real Estate. It was founded in 2002 by the Dubai-based real estate titan Hussain Sajwani, with its headquarters in Dubai, in the UAE.
Brief history of DAMAC
DAMAC Group has ventured into the food business considering that catering was the initial investments area of Mr. Sajwani. The DAMAC Owner supplied food to the American soldiers during the war in 1991. DAMAC is associated with classy developments and captivating golf courses like the one to be developed under the partnership with Donald Trump.
Hussain Sajwani’s Philanthropy
Some of the organizations to benefit include the UAE Compassion Group, which runs a campaign for the disadvantaged in Dubai and those who were affected by the snowstorm in the Levant region.
Others include support given to UAE Red Crescent mission to help refugees. He has also supported the London School of Business through donations to promote access to quality education.