Hussain Sajwani Bringing Luxury To The Middle East

Hussain Sajwani, born in 1956 into a middle-class family, and is a citizen of the UAE. He is the eldest son of five children; the Hussain Sajwani family lived in Dubai where his father owned a watch shop.

From these rather humble beginnings, he has become one of the most successful and influential men in the Middle East. He was educated in America, holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Industrial Engineering from the University of Washington.

Soon after graduation, Hussain Sajwani went to work for GASCO, as a Contracts Manager. Soon he started his own business, a catering company. Starting small in 1982 it has grown to now serving over 150,000 meals a day, overseeing over 200 projects in the Middle East and Africa.

Besides servicing construction sites, army camps, educational institution, and 5-star hotels the company also offers ancillary services, such as maintenance and human resources supply.

Recognizing a market opportunity Hussain Sajwani established DAMAC Properties in 2002. Today, DAMAC has grown into one of the most successful and largest property development companies in the Middle East.

Hussian Sajwani has a broad understanding of development, his leadership in marketing, finance, and property administration has led DAMAC being involved in projects in middle eastern cities such as Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Beirut, and Riyadh to mention only a few. The Damac owner has also completed projects in London, England.

DAMAC and its nearly 2000 employees enjoy a very enviable track record in luxury property development. DAMAC has built almost 18,000 homes and currently has over 44,000 units in various stages of construction. DAMAC Properties has partnered with some of the most recognized names in the sports, entertainment and business world in the development of their properties.

A golf course designed by Tiger Woods and operated by Donald Trump, luxury apartments with interiors by Versace, luxury villas designed by Bugatti are some examples of what Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC are bringing to the world of luxury living.

Hussain Sajwani is a contributor to charitable foundations that support the region and local communities. Of particular interest to him are entrepreneurship initiatives designed to encourage young people to be innovative in their thinking about working toward a career.

He is interested in current trends in architecture, especially when it pertains to the history of the region. Hussain is married, and he and his wife live in Dubai with their four children.

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Brad Reifler Gives Non-accredited Investors a Reason to Smile

The sweetness of having money is making more money. For the longest time, however, this sweetness was hard to come along for most middle-income earners in the United States. Most investments programs in the country were tailored in a way that favored the financial elite or the accredited investors, despite them constituting less than 1 percent of the entire American population.

Over the recent past, this financial equation has been shifting in favor of the non-accredited investors, with the lead catalyst being Forefront Capital Management.

Under the control of CEO Brad Reifler, the New York-based investment management firm launched the Forefront Income Trust program about two years ago. Since then, the program has been opening investment doors for the 99 percent of non-accredited investors.

Brad’s Strategies

According to Bloomberg, the general perception in the investment world had been that non-accredited investors didn’t have the required oomph to take on risky investments, a notion Brad Reifler disputed. He used his investment know-how to design risk mitigation structures for the Forefront Income Trust program. With that, non-accredited investors got a chance to invest as low as $2,500 in high-return strategies that are independent of the stock market.

According to Reifler, all investments have a risk index attached to it, but the risk is significantly reduced when investments are handled professionally. He argued that a small investment can grow significantly by only compounding its returns, a strategy Forefront Income Trust will exploit maximally. Learn more about Brad Reifler: http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/brad-reifler-forefront-capital-advisors-ceo-announces-new-partnership-with-easter-seals-2104550.htm

After launching the program, Reifler affirmed his firm’s commitment to working towards safeguarding its client’s interests. True to his words, the company only reaps benefits from a customer’s investments only after the customer gets returns of up to 8 percent.

About Brad Reifler

Crunchbase revealed that Brad Reifler investment management career spans over three decades. His first milestone in the industry was establishing Reifler Trading Corporation in 1982. Thirteen years later, he made yet another milestone by creating Pali Capital.

Brad Reifler served as the company’s CEO right from its inception until 2008, leading it to an average annual profit of $200 million. On top of that, he oversaw the firm’s expansion to the UK and Australia, employing more than 200 people in the process. Brad Reifler founded Forefront Capital Group, the mother company to Forefront Capital Management, in 2009.