Arabian Ruling Family and Government Charts Business Intelligence

The trees contain every adult member of the families – male and female – who is active in any sphere of public life. In the smaller families all male members are included. Below each name is an objective profile, which includes such details as age, education, positions held in the past, current job, business interests, rôle in the family / reputation, wife/husband and children, and whatever other information seems relevant. In effect the trees are a guide to power, influence, connections and wealth in the most important parts of the Arabian establishment

Welcome to Arabian Charts

We offer the most up to date and detailed Arabian family trees and government organisation charts. All charts are version numbered.

If you currently have some charts from a while ago, it may worth considering upgrading, these charts are updated regularly.

Our new version control on the PDF or print means you can see exactly the version you have to easily see how up to date you are and decide whether you need an update.

LATEST MAJOR UPDATE – JANUARY 2019

Family trees:

  • Saud (Saudi Arabia) v24.4
  • Sudairi (Saudi Arabia) v3.6
  • Aal-al Shaikh (Saudi Arabia) v3.1
  • Sabah (Kuwait) v16.0
  • Khalifa (Bahrain) v18.3
  • Thani (Qatar) v22.0
  • Attiyah (Qatar) v8.7
  • Nahyan (Abu Dhabi) v25.4
  • Maktoum (Dubai) v19.2
  • Qassimi (Sharjah/Ras al Khaimah) v12.0
  • Busaidi (Oman) v11.2

Government Organisation Charts:

  • Saudi Arabia– Government and State Enterprises v24.0
  • Kuwait – Government, Politics and State Enterprises v10.0
  • Bahrain – Government, Politics and State Enterprises v7.2
  • Qatar – Government and State Enterprises v13.2
  • UAE Federal Government and State Enterprises v2.1  (NEW FOR 2018)
  • Abu Dhabi  – Government and State Enterprises v24.0
  • Dubai – Government and State Enterprises v21.3
  • Oman – Government and State Enterprises v5.1

The version numbers of charts advance regularly, as the charts are updated – latest updates – Arabian Charts Leaflet – January 2019

Further family and government organisation charts will be added in the future, let us keep you informed