Fawzi Al-Kharafi was born in Kuwait City, Kuwait, Kuwait. Fawzi Al Kharafi is the chairman of Kharafi Group, one of the Middle East's biggest holding companies. He took over as chairman following the death of his brother Jassim in 2015. The Kharafis have major stakes in Kuwaiti companies, but in 2016 sold their shares in Kuwait Food Co. (also known as Americana) for $2.3 billion to Arab investors; the company operates fast-food chains in the Middle East, including KFC and Hardee's. His brother Mohannad is also a billionaire.
Fawzi Al-Kharafi is a member of Diversified