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Investcorp, a leading provider and manager of alternative investment products, today announced that its US.-based real estate arm has invested in six multifamily properties in Florida and Arizona, for a total purchase price of approximately $350m. The properties are located in key growth markets with strong fundamentals in the multifamily space.
Johannes Glas, Managing Director at Investcorp in Qatar, said: “Real estate investments continue to be a key pillar of our investment strategy. We believe that these newly acquired properties benefit from positive socioeconomic factors and sound business infrastructure in the areas.”
Bahrain-based Investcorp, a leading global provider and manager of alternative investment products, said its US-based real estate arm has bought two office buildings in New York City's garment distri
Bahrain-based Investcorp, a leading global provider and manager of alternative investment products, said it has completed its first European real estate portfolio following the acquisition of seven a
Bahrain-based alternative asset manager, Investcorp, has acquired UK-based Kee Safety from Dunedin and LDC for US$370 million, the company said on Wednesday, in its third UK investment in 18 months.<
Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB), the largest Islamic Bank in the UAE, picked up four major awards at the Islamic Business & Finance Awards 2017, a prestigious industry event that endorses and recognises tho
NBF Islamic has once again taken home the coveted accolade titled “Best Islamic Window–UAE” for the second consecutive time at the Islamic Business & Finance Awards 2017.
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First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB) marked the official inauguration of its new headquarters in Abu Dhabi’s Khalifa Business Park at an event attended by senior management.
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Etisalat signed an exclusive 15-year wholesale lease agreement with Gulf Data Hub to acquire the full capacity of its Tier III data centre to provide data centre services to private enterprises, gove
Batelco, an international telecommunications group with operations across 14 countries, today held an extra-ordinary general meeting to discuss proposed changes to Batelco’s Memorandum and Articles o