Adnan Kaşıkçı (b. 25 July 1935, Mecca. 6 June 2017, London, England) is a Saudi businessman and industrialist who led the list of the World's Richest businessmen with the international arms deals he made in the 1970s and 1980s. It is estimated to have a net worth of about US $ 1980 billion in the early 4s. The billionaire born in Mecca was featured on the cover of Time magazine in 1987 with the title Dark Arms Dealers: The Luxury Life of Adnan Kaşıkçı and Splendid 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.