Damac Properties Chairman, Hussain Sajwani, said in an interview with NBC News that he was interested in extending business ties with the Trump Organization, reported Reuters Zawya.

According to the article, Sajwani spoke of “expanding, growing and maintaining our business relation,” under the leadership of Trump’s children once he takes office on January 20. However, so far no new deals between Damac and the Trump brand have been signed.

UAE-based Damac Properties already has strong business links to Trump with two golf courses at its flagship Akoya development, the first of which is to open end of 2017.