In order to strengthen Dubai’s reputation in global financial circles, the need is for preventative steps that eliminate conflict of interest by closing legislative gaps. This will assure local and international investors that their funds are being employed under the best legislation possible in what is possibly the most promising business environment in the world today. Read more »
The fact that the UAE along with other Middle Eastern states has yet to introduce an organ donation law – even though the Ministry of Health has been “mulling” doing so for as long as I can remember – is shameful. Read more »
Investors can invest in dumb opportunities at home as well as abroad, says Sultan in this article. Read more »
The arrest of billionaire businessman Hisham Talaat Moustafa on charges of ordering the murder of the Lebanese singer Suzan Tamim in Dubai was an unprecedented step forward in the history of the country. Read more »
An insightful piece by Sultan on why The Hermitage Fund’s arrival is welcome news for GCC markets.
The late giant of an entrepreneur Dhirubhai Ambani, who once proudly proclaimed that he bet on people, almost certainly always won. Sadly, one bet he seems to have lost is that on his sons. How sibling rivalry could potentially destroy shareholder value. Read more »