Galadari Brothers are a conglomerate company based in the United Arab Emirates. in 1976, the brothers split with Abdul Rahim and Abdul Latif retaining the business by buying out Abdul Wahab. In 2006, the government of Dubai took a 30 per cent stake in the conglomerate. It was reported the 30 per cent stake replaced Galadari's debt to the government and other companies. A court-appointed by Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, first restructured the group and then replaced the board with a three-member temporary board.