As many as 21 UAE firms have made it to the list of top 100 Middle East companies, second highest after Saudi Arabia's 33 entries, according to Forbes. More than 600,000 employees work for companies listed in the "100 Most Powerful Arab Family Companies in the Middle East 2020" list. © 2020 Forbes Middle East. This website uses cookies to improve your online experience. Neither this website nor our affiliates guarantee the accuracy of or endorse the views or opinions expressed in this press release. 46 of the top 100 companies are banks Forbes Middle East has unveiled its list of the Middle East’s largest and most successful listed companies for 2020. Third is Qatar with 18 companies. Screen, analyze and compare projects in the Middle East and North Africa across Infrastructure, Real Estate, Industrial and Energy sectors with Refinitiv’s Eikon. He leído y acepto la política de privacidad. Rodrigo de Triana, 25 Forbes Middle East also serves as a guide for businessmen and decision makers by providing them with information and statistics necessary for making the right decisions. Our Top 100 Companies In The Middle East are the largest and most profitable companies listed on the region’s stock exchanges. Saudi Arabia dominates the list with 33 companies, followed by the U.A.E. The list included 10 companies over the age of 100, and 13 companies between the ages of 75 and 100 years. Saudi Arabia dominates the list with 33 companies, followed by the U.A.E. The 10 most powerful Arab families have a wealth of more than $31 billion. The press release is provided for informational purposes only. Forbes Middle East has revealed its ranking of the Middle East's most powerful Arab family businesses for 2020, highlighting 100 of the largest family companies that have helped to shape the region. They have $3.5 trillion in assets, and they are worth $2.3 trillion in terms of market cap for the financial year 2019/20. Dubai, UAE Email us at editorial.zawya@refinitiv.com, or send us your company press releases to pressrelease.zawya@refinitiv.com. martha@luxonomy.net Neither we nor our affiliates guarantee the accuracy of or endorse the views or opinions expressed in this article. "While the market value of many the companies on our list has dropped, they are still showing great resilience and continuity in difficult times.". Quickly uncover hidden opportunities with comprehensive data and content. Our Top Companies in the Middle East 2019 list recognizes some of the biggest and most successful businesses in the region. with 21 companies. You can find out more in our privacy policy and cookie policy, and manage your consent at any time by going to ‘Privacy settings’ at the bottom of any page. All Right Reserved. New York, NY 10007, Access the most comprehensive database of companies and officers in the Middle East and North Africa, covering all major sectors and industries, from Refinitiv. EE. In this year’s Forbes list of the Middle East’s Top 100 Companies 2020, oil giant Saudi Aramco reigned, representing 49 per cent of aggregate sales of the top 100 companies… Group investments in regional and global stock exchanges and real estate assets. UU. In total, the 100 companies made $670 billion in sales and $148 billion in net profits. Nassima Tower, 04th floor, Sheikh Zayed Road 46 of the top 100 companies are banks Forbes Middle East has unveiled its list of the Middle East’s largest and most successful listed companies for 2020. In this issue, we ranked 50 of the biggest companies listed on the country’s two main stock exchanges. The ranking is compiled from in-depth research based on data from all stock exchanges in Arab countries and analysis of market value, sales, assets, and profits. 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