DUBAI, March 30 The chief executive and vice
chairman of Dubai Holding, the investment vehicle of the
emirate's ruler, have left the company, sources familiar with
the matter told Reuters on Thursday.
The departures come a few days after Abdulla al-Habbai was
chosen as chairman of the investment conglomerate by Dubai ruler
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum.
Dubai Holding chief executive Fadel al-Ali and vice chairman
Ahmad Bin Byat had both left, the sources said.
The company was not immediately available to comment.
Dubai Holding's previous chairman, Mohammed Abdullah
al-Gergawi, resigned last month. He had headed the company since
it was founded in 2004.
(Reporting By Hadeel Al Sayegh and Tom Arnold; Writing by Saeed
Azhar; Editing by David Goodman)