A government Islamic lease (Sukuk Al Ijara) issue floated to raise BD200 million ($530 million) is open to direct subscription by retail investors, the Bahrain Bourse (BHB) announced.
Both Bahraini and non-Bahraini investors can s
HSBC Holdings has received a qualified foreign investor licence in Saudi Arabia and traded shares on the bourse yesterday (June 15), the first day that direct foreign investment was allowed, the bank said.
Saudi Arabia’s Cap
Turn8, the seed accelerator for technology entrepreneurs initiated by DP World, is set to host the fourth ‘Investor Demo Day’ on June 13.
It will showcase businesses from Round 4 of the programme that educates, mentors
Ooredoo has updated its investors and analysts on the business’ financial and strategic progress as part of its transparent investor relations programme during its annual Capital Markets Day held in Doha, Qatar recently.
An association that aims at enabling private investors from abroad to contribute to Bahrain’s economic development was launched yesterday (May 11).
It was unveiled under the patronage of Industry and Commerce Minister Zayed
Bahrain’s first angel investor Tenmou has announced that some of the most prominent angel investors will attend the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) Angel Investor Summit next week in the kingdom.
Organised in strategic p
Bahrain’s Economic Development Board (EDB) is hosting leading Chinese corporation, Citic Group, this week to introduce the kingdom's business environment and investment opportunities.
The visit includes a series of busin
Beehive, a leading online marketplace for peer-to-peer finance in the UAE, has reached a critical milestone where over 1,000 people have registered to become investors since its official launch in November last year.
Tenmou, Bahrain’s first ‘Business Angels’ organisation, is gearing up to host Mena Angel Investors Summit 2015 in May to bolster the investment ecosystem and endorse Bahrain as the entreneurial hub for the Mena region.
Property dealers in Europe are targeting Gulf investors who stand to cash in as a result of the weak euro against the strong US dollar, which regional currencies including the Bahraini dinar are pegged to.
The euro hit a 12-year l