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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.”
Investcorp, a leading manager of alternative investments, today announced that its U.S.-based Real Estate Investment team acquired six new multifamily properties, totaling 2,876 units for a combined
Investcorp, a leading manager of alternative investments, yesterday announced the launch of its Strategic Capital Partners strategy, which will focus on minority equity investments in mid-sized alter
Bahrain-based Investcorp, a leading global provider and manager of alternative investment products, has announced the acquisition of five industrial units in Scotland for £11.5 million ($14.6 million
Etisalat today announced a new insurance offering - ‘Home Protection Plan’ for all eLife home customers to provide a hassle-free option, making sure all household goods are insured for just Dh10 per
Gulf Bank is proud to announce its participation in a training workshop organized by the Kuwait Institute of Banking Studies, inviting Gulf Bank’s Bader Al-Ali, Assistant General Manager – Operations
ACWA Power, a global leader in water desalination and power generation, recently collaborated with key player in energy sector, ECOHZ, that offers global renewable energy solutions to businesses, org
Saudi Aramco, the world’s biggest crude producing company, inaugurated an industrial park on Monday in Saudi Arabia's oil-rich eastern province that will cost $1.6 billion in its first phase, as the
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) would be reducing crude oil allocations for January in line with the recent Opec decision to cut production to rebalance oil markets.
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