Newcomer, who chairs Dubai's Kataria Holdings and was an early investor in Indian telecom, sold a minority stake in Sunil Mittal's Bharti Airtel at the stock's peak, cashing in an estimated $500 million. During the 2009 Dubai downturn, he bought 2 buildings in Emaar Square in the central business district for $205 million, a deal that is said to have turned the tide for Dubai's real estate market. Also has stakes in Danish technology firm Vopium, a Skype rival, India's Dhanalaxmi Bank and brokerage firm Destimoney Securities. Born in India and raised in Uganda, Kataria divides his time between London and Dubai. He is an ardent cricket and tennis fan.