Adnan Kaşıkçı (born 25 July 1935, Mecca, 6 June 2017, London, England) is the Saudi businessman and industrialist who took the lead in the list of the World's Richest businessmen with international arms deals in the 1970s and 1980s. It is estimated to have a net assets of about US $ 1980 billion in the early 4s.
Born in Mecca, the billionaire was on the cover of Time magazine in 1987 with the title of Dark Arms Merchants: Adnan Kaşıkçı's Luxurious Life and Flamboyant Agreements.
Kaşıkçı, who was imprisoned in Switzerland in the 80s as a result of the accusations that he was close with the former leader of the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos, also owned the 86-meter Nabila, the world's largest yacht.
At the same time, billionaire Saud businessman Adnan Kaşıkçı, who was the uncle of Dodi Al Fayed, who died in 1997 in a traffic accident with Princess Diana, died at the age of 6 on June 2017, 81, in London.