The Business Year

Close this search box.
Laith Dajani is Managing Partner of Consulting HAUS LLC.

QATAR - Economy

Laith Dajani

Managing Partner, Consulting HAUS LLC


Laith Dajani has 15 years’ experience working in corporate finance consultancy and is the founding partner of Consulting HAUS LLC, prior to which he held the position of director in Ernst & Young’s transaction team (Qatar) for approximately six years. He has vast experience in transaction related work including capital market transactions (IPOs and direct listings), financial modelling, valuations, and M&A.

Laith Dajani is Managing Partner of Consulting HAUS LLC.
How has Consulting HAUS LLC successfully differentiated itself from other players in the market?

Laith Dajani: The idea behind establishing Consulting HAUS LLC was born out of the absence of high-quality boutique consulting practices in Qatar offering affordable services to the market. Over the last three years, we have witnessed significant growth on the back of offering our clients a real alternative to the Big 4 and also by offering end-to-end support regardless of our clients’ needs. We are now considered as a one-stop shop for our clients’ corporate finance and corporate governance needs and are always on hand to act as a virtual sounding board when they are testing their ideas. As a result of the team having Big 4 backgrounds and vast experience in Qatar, we were able to quickly obtain our listing advisory and valuation advisor licenses from QFMA, which has positioned us one of Qatar’s preferred firms for companies with aspirations to be listed. Strong client relationships, flexible approach, and value for money pricing has been the key to our success thus far and will put us in a good position to achieve our future objectives.

How do you support your clients through their business life cycle?

Laith Dajani: Supporting the business eco-system in Qatar and encouraging the private sector to increase its participation in the overall economy in line with Vision 2030 is one of our top priorities. In order to achieve this, we have assembled a highly specialized team with deep cross-sector expertise that are able to support our clients develop, grow, and optimize their businesses. We have also invested heavily in supporting young entrepreneurs get their ideas off the ground by providing expert advice and using our network to accelerate the growth of their companies.

What are your main objectives for the next 12 months?

Laith Dajani: Our main objective is to continue to be seen as our clients’ partner in growth and ensure that their businesses are well placed to take full advantage of the upcoming World Cup and beyond. In 2023, we will seek to replicate the successes of our operating model in more GCC countries that will enable us to widen our network and bring unique and value adding opportunities to our clients.



You may also be interested in...

Screenshot 2024-06-10 at 15.11.53

QATAR - Energy & Mining

Yousef Alhorr


Founding Chairman, Gulf Organization for Research & Development (GORD)


QATAR - Economy

Sheikh Jassim Bin Mohamed Al Thani


Vice Chairman, Mohamed Bin Hamad Holding (MBHH)

QATAR - Telecoms & IT

Cengiz Oztelcan


CEO, Gulf Bridge International (GBI)

View All interviews



Become a sponsor