Successful CEO and businessman Abdulla Al Humaidi has been closely involved in the success of the company by increasing its revenues year on year. His dedication is notable as he took up the role of CEO in the first place. As an example, he managed to keep KEH investment firm within the GCC. Abdulla Al Humaidi achieved this despite losing a considerable amount of business to other GCC countries as a result of the falling oil price and reduced consumer spending on leisure and travel.
This, as a result of the Arab Spring and the withdrawal of many Gulf tourists. Led by Abdulla Al Humaidi, the holding company owns several projects, including a medical and sports clinic in Kuwait City. It owns the Waldorf Astoria hotel in London and the Waldorf Astoria in Cairo. The building that houses the Bahwan Hotel also belongs to KEH, while the medical spa area is owned by The Waldorf Astoria.
In Egypt, KEH owns many hotels and golf courses, including the Bahwan Thana in Luxor. Other projects include Bahrain’s Girifna, Saudi Arabia’s Arabian Ranches, and other real estate holdings in Kuwait and elsewhere. Abdulla Al Humaidi explains that the retail arm consists of the Rotana and Habtoor Leighton groups. Abdulla Al Humaidi commitment: KEH focuses on helping people achieve optimal personal and professional health and wellness with our state-of-the-art wellness centers in Kuwait.
I started my career, and to be a better doctor, I was encouraged to develop a great investment portfolio. As a result, I worked at several companies and acted as Executive Vice Chairman of Remal Investment Company, an investment fund which invests in Bahraini companies, in addition to serving as Chairman of Barwa Investment Group Company in Kuwait”. Abdulla Al Humaidi finally states that he was responsible for the marketing, sales, and business development for a number of companies in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.