Found in: Companies of Saudi Arabia
Dar al-Maal al-Islami Trust ("The House of Islamic Money" in English), founded in 1981, is a leading Islamic financial institution with affiliates four continents and assets under management of over US$3.6 billion, operating in accordance with Zakat principles of Islamic banking. Its slogan is "Allah is the purveyor of success."
DMI Trust has two main business units, Takafol and Retakafol, for Islamic banking and Islamic insurance/reinsurance respectively; these are based in the Bahamas, Luxembourg, and the United Kingdom. Fund management and financial services in Switzerland and Morocco, investment banking in Bahrain and Pakistan, commercial and retail banking in the Gulf region and other parts of the world. Additionally, DMI Trust operates the Faisal Islamic Bank group of investment companies with affiliates in Bahrain, Egypt, Pakistan, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.
Ibrahim Mustafa Kamel, a was chairman until October 17, 1983; according to Douglas Farah, Kamel was among the early financial backers of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Prince Mohammed al-Faisal al-Saud, chairman after 1983.
Abdulkarim Khaled Yusuf Abdulla, who succeeded al-Saud as chairmain in 2002.
Haydar Mohamed bin Laden, BOS member
Douglas Farah, " The Little Explored Offshore Empire of the International Muslim Brotherhood", April 18, 2006.