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2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation
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2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World - Presentation

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2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World showcases the largest domestic companies of 57 OIC member countries (Organization of Islamic Cooperation.) Also showcases leading brands from …

2012 DS100 Ranking: Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World showcases the largest domestic companies of 57 OIC member countries (Organization of Islamic Cooperation.) Also showcases leading brands from Turkey, Malaysia, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, UAE, and others.

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  • 1. 1 By, Rafi-uddin Shikoh, CEO Growth Strategy Research & Advisory Top 100 Companies of the OIC* & their Global Impact * OIC: Organization of Islamic Cooperation – 57 member countries
  • 2. 2© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. How many Companies are from OIC Member Countries?
  • 3. 3© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. How many are from OIC Member Countries? A grand total of 3 (Petronas, SABIC, KOC)
  • 4. 4© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. PRESENTATION OBJECTIVES • Exclusive launch of the 9th Annual - 2012 DS100 Ranking of Top 100 Companies of the OIC member countries • Importance of large enterprises • 3 Areas of leadership opportunities
  • 5. 5© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. Why OIC as an Economic Grouping?
  • 6. 6© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. OIC: Large & Economically connected OIC* Economies: US$ 9.9 trill GDP, ’11
  • 7. 7© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. OIC: Large & Economically connected OIC* Economies: Intra-OIC Targets – 25% Islamic Finance: US$ 1.5 trillion in Assets Halal Lifestyle: US$ 2+ trillion ‘Halal’ consumer market
  • 8. 8© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. Why should we care about large enterprises?
  • 9. 9© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. Big Enterprises = Big Impact Country/ Company GDP/ Revenue ($ billion/ 2012) Indonesia $ 895 Turkey $ 783 Saudi Arabia $ 657 Royal Dutch Shell $ 484 Iran $ 484 Exxon Mobil $ 453 Wal-Mart Stores $ 447 BP $ 386 Sinopec Group $ 375 United Arab Emirates $ 362 China N.P $ 352 Malaysia $ 307 Nigeria $ 273 State Grid $ 259 Egypt $ 255 Chevron $ 246 ConocoPhillips $ 237 Toyota Motor $ 235 Total $ 232 Pakistan $ 231 companies are large enough to be a top 20 OIC country by GDP! 11
  • 10. 10© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. Could address OIC socio-economic woes? OIC: 15% of population under-nourished (Compared to 13% global)* OIC: 0.52 Education dev. Index vs. 0.61 global average* Employment
  • 11. 11© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. DS100: An OIC wide Benchmark Purpose: Recognize domestic companies of the OIC* member countries; provide a benchmark perspective on the trend and growth of the corporate landscape
  • 12. 12© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. Launched in 2004 – generating global attention
  • 13. 13© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. Ranking Criteria • By revenue last EOY • OIC domestic (majority owned) • Public listed, private and government owned also included (for whom data available publicly or derived) • Sovereign Wealth Funds NOT included Disclaimer: The DS100 is compiled to benchmark the business profile of the OIC member countries corporations. It is not meant to be an investment advice and includes data compiled based on publicly available sources. DinarStandard cannot accept any responsibility for information that is inaccurate or out-of-date, nor can it accept responsibility for any ramifications that this may have for users of this website.
  • 14. 14© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2012 Ranking: Select Companies Company had 20% of Europe's color TV market share The largest instant Noodles manufacturer in the world Has line of chocolates and biscuits marketed in 95 countries. Owns Godiva One of the world’s largest palm oil producer Has achieved 125+ patents The fastest growing brands of the DS100 – Hint: Travel
  • 15. 15© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2012 Ranking: Select Companies Note: all logos properties of respective companies
  • 16. 16© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. Introducing 2012 Ranking NAME Rank COUNTRY EOY 2011 Revenue (USD million) Growth Primary Ownership Saudi Arabian Oil Co. (Saudi Aramco) 1 Saudi Arabia $ 365,204 58.2% Government National Iranian Oil Company 2 Iran $ 110,000 9.8% Government Kuwait Petroleum Corp. 3 Kuwait $ 104,637 26.8% Government Petroliam Nasional Bhd. (Petronas) 4 Malaysia $ 79,652 23.6% Government Qatar Petroleum 5 Qatar $ 79,423 53.8% Government Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. 6 UAE $ 71,670 53.1% Government South Oil Company (SOC) 7 Iraq $ 68,640 66.9% Government PT Pertamina (Persero) 8 Indonesia $ 64,756 36.5% Government Sonatrach 9 Algeria $ 58,793 23.5% Government Saudi Basic Industries Co. (SABIC) 10 Saudi Arabia $ 50,634 25.0% Listed Note: all logos properties of respective companies
  • 17. 17© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2012 Ranking: Top Sectors 3 4 5 8 8 9 13 14 14 22 Cap Goods Consumer Cyclical Util Food & Agriculture Transportation Basic Materials Services Diversified Finance Energy Top Sectors by # of Companies on the list 36.3% 35.7% 34.3%
  • 18. 18© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2012 Ranking: Summary facts Total Revenues $1,757 billion YOY Growth 28% (Fortune 100 grew 13% same period)$3.57 ($76 billion Fortune 100) billion (Represents 13% of Fortune 100) Minimum threshold to be on DS100 Listed 57 Government 31 Private 12 Ownership type
  • 19. 19© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2012 Ranking: Top Countries 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 4 5 8 9 10 11 15 19 Oman Algeria Azerbaijan Brunei Libya Pakistan Syria Iraq Nigeria Morocco Kazakhstan Qatar Egypt Kuwait Iran UAE Indonesia Saudi Arabia Malaysia Turkey
  • 20. NAME Rank EOY 2011 Revenue (USD) Growth Ownership Sector Saudi Aramco 1 $ 365,204 58.2% Government Energy SABIC 10 $ 50,634 25.0% Listed Basic Materials Saudi Telecom Company 16 $ 14,842 7.5% Listed Services Petro Rabigh 20 $ 14,231 14.0% Listed Energy Saudi Electric Company 35 $ 7,540 9.3% Listed Utilities Savola Group 38 $ 6,719 19.8% Listed Food Processing Saudi Arabian Airlines 55 $ 5,671 7.0% Government Transportation Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) 61 $ 5,346 25.2% Listed Services Tasnee (NIC) 63 $ 5,240 22.9% Listed Basic Materials Consolidated Contractors Int’nl 84 $ 4,376 -0.1% Private Capital Goods National Commercial Bank 98 $ 3,663 3.8% Government Finance 20© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2012 Ranking: From Saudi Arabia Samba Financial Group Riyad Bank Kingdom Holding Co. Abdul Latif Jameel Group Al Rajhi Banking and Investment Corp. Saudi Oger Company Ltd. Dallah Albaraka Group Saudi Binladin Group Some KSA companies previously on list: Note: all logos properties of respective companies
  • 21. 21© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2012 Ranking: Food & Agri Sector NAME Rank COUNTRY 2011 Revenue (USD) Growth Primary Ownership INDUSTRY Golden Agri-Resources 49 Indonesia $ 5,953 70% Listed Palm Oil Kuala Lumpur Kepong 100 Malaysia $ 3,576 43% Listed Plantation, oleochemicals, property IOI Group 65 Malaysia $ 5,217 29% Listed Palm Oil Felda Holdings Bhd 48 Malaysia $ 5,979 21% Private Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, and Hunting Savola Group 38 Saudi Arabia $ 6,719 20% Listed Food Processing Indofood 75 Indonesia $ 4,665 18% Listed Food Processing Yildiz Holding/ Ulker 45 Turkey $ 6,255 14% Listed Food Processing Gudang Garam Tbk PT 87 Indonesia $ 4,310 11% Listed Tobacco Note: all logos properties of respective companies
  • 22. 22© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2012 Ranking: Food & Agri Sector 7% 24% 17% 20% 26% 6% 2% 36% 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Historical Revenue Growth (DS100 Food & Agriculture Companies, 2005-2012)
  • 23. 23© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. areas of Leadership opportunity 1. Global leadership 2. Intra-OIC investments 3. Global Halal Lifestyle Market
  • 24. 24© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 1. Global leadership: A crowded world awaits innovative solutions CRISISOPPORTUNITY Food SME/Ethical Financing Energy/ Water Knowledge gap Health Management Agriculture sector Leadership Sustainable Tech. Leadership . Education sector Leadership Healthcare sector Leadership Management Leadership Islamic Finance
  • 25. 25© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. Zero OIC based companies What’s missing? 1. Global leadership: What’s missing?
  • 26. 26© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 1. Global leadership: What’s missing? 50 Most Innovative Global Companies Innovation gaps: A comparative DinarStandard Study VS Top 100+ Companies of the Muslim World
  • 27. 27© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 1. Global leadership: What’s missing? 50 Most Innovative Global Companies a) Corporate culture that discourages “Fear of Failure” b) Big thinking c) A corporate culture that encourages “Critical Thinking” Address “Chronic” gaps in OIC markets’ innovation culture. Develop: Innovation gaps: A comparative DinarStandard Study VS Top 100+ Companies of the Muslim World
  • 28. 28© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 1. Global leadership What’s missing? Top 100+ Companies of the Muslim World Marketing gaps: A comparative DinarStandard Study VS Leading Global Brands
  • 29. 29© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 1. Global leadership What’s missing? Top 100+ Companies of the Muslim World a) Develop Authentic brand soul/ identity b) Benchmark marketing investment to global leaders Address major gaps in branding & marketing: Marketing gaps: A comparative DinarStandard Study VS Leading Global Brands
  • 30. 30© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2. Intra-Oic Investments Example cluster: OIC Food & Agriculture TURKEY Morocco Pakistan KSA Iran Kazakhstan Nigeria Uganda Tunisia Source: DinarStandard OIC Clustering Model Analysis - 2011 Hub Node Ivory Coast MALAYSIA Export based Hub & Nodes Jordan Egypt UAE INDONESIA
  • 31. 31© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2. Intra-Oic Investments Example cluster: OIC Food & Agriculture DS100 Food & Agri Companies Other Emergıng Brands: Note: all logos properties of respective companies
  • 32. Select Industry Sub-sector  32© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2. Intra-Oic Investments Example cluster: OIC Food & Agriculture © 2011 DinarStandard Research & Advisory
  • 33. Select Industry Sub-sector  33© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2. Intra-Oic Investments Example cluster: OIC Food & Agriculture Map OIC Sub-Sector Cluster  © 2011 DinarStandard Research & Advisory
  • 34. Select Industry Sub-sector  34© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2. Intra-Oic Investments Example cluster: OIC Food & Agriculture Map OIC Sub-Sector Cluster  Identify Gaps & Needs in Sub-Sector Value Chain Raw Inputs Marketing Distrib- ution Consumer Production/ Operation  Inefficiencies? Offering gaps? Sustainable productivity needs? © 2011 DinarStandard Research & Advisory
  • 35. Select Industry Sub-sector  35© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 2. Intra-Oic Investments Example cluster: OIC Food & Agriculture Map OIC Sub-Sector Cluster  Halal Value Chain Alliances New Growth Markets Investment Opportunities  Generate sustainable growth opportunities Identify Gaps & Needs in Sub-Sector Value Chain Raw Inputs Marketing Distrib- ution Consumer Production/ Operation  Inefficiencies? Offering gaps? Sustainable productivity needs? © 2011 DinarStandard Research & Advisory
  • 36. 36© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. 3. Halal Lifestyle Market: A $1.8+ trillion* consumer. Only fraction being met Media Online Services Education Hospitality Other Pharma Retail Consumer Goods Halal Food Retail Islamic Finance Fashion Tourism Global Audience Faith driven Global Muslim Consumer Base 1.6 Billion ppn. *US$1.8 trillion+ spend © DinarStandard
  • 37. 37© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. A Vision to leave with May the Top 100 Companies of the OIC member countries: - Drive profitable business solutions around global social needs - Incubate breakthrough innovative technologies, processes, business models, customer experiences - Develop models of responsible business - Develop global ‘Halal’ lifestyle brands - Become major part of the Most Respected, Most Ethical, Largest global firms Ameen.
  • 38. 38© 2011 DinarStandard, Strategy Insights, Inc. Growth Strategy Research & Advisory CONTACT: Rafi-uddin Shikoh Managing Director DinarStandard 80 Broad Street, 5th Floor, New York City, NY 10004, USA T: 1-347-624-7454 F: 1-201-526-8404 E: rafishikoh@dinarstandard.com W: advisory.dinarstandard.com

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