Sultan comments on what should be learned from Maan Al Sanea’s story of over-leverage and frozen assets.
Sultan on what the Gulf countries should do now that the common currency project has come to a grinding halt with the UAE pulling out. Read more »
Barring the short term property speculators, who have taken it upon themselves to ﬂip apartments the same way as Italian pizza chefs ﬂip pizza dough, the news of receding prices in the Dubai property market should be celebrated. Why it is really not all bad news for the real estate market in Dubai. Read more »
Sultan on why the younger generations of family businesses should stick to the tried and tested strategies of their elders. Read more »
In this piece, Sultan argues in favor of a list of GCC stocks he prefers more than others. Read more »
It was the stuff that dreams, or nightmares, are made of, depending which side of the fence you sit on. Kuwait finally caved in to the demands of hundreds of citizens to write off hundreds of millions of dollars worth of loans that they have accumulated in mortgages, personal loans and car loans. To any GCC pundit, this shouldn’t come as a surprise. Here’s why, Sultan explains in this article. Read more »