Arcapita, a global alternative investment manager, has raised its targeted $100 million in equity capital from shareholders in the GCC region to fund its growth strategy.
Arcapita is now focused on two clear areas of opportunity:
Abu Dhabi's ADS Securities is expanding into new services including investment banking and asset management following its acquisition of a London brokerage firm, its vice chairman and executive managing director said on Tuesday.
Frontier markets such as Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kenya, Nigeria and Argentina have delivered strong investment returns in 2013, and the asset class is set for continued strong performance in 2014, a report said.
Deutsche Bank has appointed Fahad Albader and Adel Dagher as co-heads of asset management coverage for Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (DeAWM) in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena).
Albader and Dagher have joint responsibili
EFG Hermes, a leading investment bank in the Arab world, has announced the appointment of industry veteran Amr Seif as head of the firm’s market-leading asset management division.
Established in 1994, EFG Hermes Asset Manage
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) has appointed Mark Watts as the general manager, head and chief investment officer of the bank's Asset Management Group.
Watts is tasked with enhancing the development of the investment pr
Saudi Arabia-based Alkhabeer Capital has won two prestigious awards by World Finance, a leading international business magazine, produced by World News Media from its global headquarters in London.
Alkhabeer was awarded ‘Bes
Dubai-owned port operator DP World said it has launched the industry’s largest asset management programme, covering its entire global operations, as part of its drive to improve efficiency.
The new Asset Management Fra
Abu Dhabi-based private equity firm Gulf Capital expects assets under management to double by 2018 as it launches new funds to invest across the Middle East, its chief executive said on Monday.
Gulf Capital manages close to $2 bil
Safa Investment Services, a Swiss-based Islamic asset management business, this week received its official certification for Shari’a compliance from the Bahrain-based Shariyah Review Bureau (SRB).