Khalid Al Malik
Group Chief Executive Officer- Dubai Properties Group
Khalid Al Malik is the Group Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Properties Group, a leading real estate developer in the United Arab Emirates. The Group has successfully delivered a footprint of over 43 million square feet comprising landmark residential communities, commercial properties and business districts in Dubai that include Business Bay, Jumeirah Beach Residence, The Executive Towers, Remraam, Al Khail Gate, Shorooq & Ghoroob Midriff and The Walk at JBR. Mr Al Malik continues to spearhead the group’s growth strategy.
His prior responsibility was as Chief Executive Officer of Tatweer, a major real estate conglomerate in Dubai where he was closely involved in strategy and execution of businesses in Health Care, Leisure and Entertainment and Industrial development.
He has served with the Government of Dubai in senior positions and was the Director of Operations at Dubai Development and Investment Authority until 2005.
Mr. Al Malik is the Chairman of the board of Arady Developments and serves on the board of Dubai Properties Group, Empower “Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation” and several international real estate companies in Morocco, Turkey and Oman. He is also a member of the advisory board of Emirates REIT.
He has a passion for motor sports and was previously the General Manager of Emirates Motor Sports Federation, where he was tasked with broadening the appeal of motor sports in the United Arab Emirates.
Mr Al Malik’s academic credentials include a bachelor degree from the University of Arizona with a double major in Management Information Systems and Production and Operations Management; a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from Zayed University in the United Arab Emirates with a specialization in e-commerce. He is also a graduate of the Dubai Government Leaders’ Programme, a component of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Programme for Leadership Development.
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