Waha Capital, a leading investment company based in Abu Dhabi, has reported a net profit of Dh175.8 million ($47.85 million) for the first quarter of 2016, a decline of 3.5 percent compared to the same period last year.
Abu Dhabi-based Waha Capital, a leading investment company, approved a cash dividend of 20 per cent for eligible shares at the company’s Annual General Meeting held yesterday (March 23) in the UAE capital.
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Abu Dhabi investment firm Waha Capital has no current plans to sell a stake in consumer finance firm Dunia Finance, Waha's chairman told Reuters on Wednesday.
Waha holds 25 per cent of Dunia, whose other shareholders include A
Waha Capital, a leading investment company based in Abu Dhabi, UAE has reported a 2015 preliminary net profit of Dh588 million ($160 million).
Earnings were driven by key investments in the aircraft leasing and consumer finance se
Waha Capital, a leading investment company based in Abu Dhabi, has acquired 2.04 million shares in New York-listed AerCap Holdings for a total of $76.8 million, as part of an open market share purchase programme.
Private investment is helping drive the UAE towards its goal of implementing international best-practice in healthcare by 2021, but the sector needs to work harder to attract and retain skilled staff, a report said.
Waha Capital, a leading Abu Dhabi-based investment company, has won the “Cross border deal financing of the year” award from US-based M&A Advisor for its sale of Aercap Holdings shares.
This announcement follows an
Abu Dhabi investment firm Waha Capital plans to invest up to Dh4 billion ($1.08 billion) by 2020, the company said on Sunday after posting a 20 per cent rise in first-quarter profit.
Waha is looking to invest in sectors with high
Waha Capital, a leading Abu Dhabi-based investment company, has won the “Corporate Deal of the Year” award from Banker Middle East magazine for a deal that raised $1.1 billion for the company and also reduced balance sheet risk.
Abu Dhabi investment firm Waha Capital plans to invest Dh3.2 billion ($872 million) in the short-term to grow its energy, healthcare and infrastructure portfolio, its chief executive said on Sunday.
Salem Rashid Al-Noaimi spoke to