UAE-based Eltizam Asset Management Group said its subsidiaries - Three60 Communities, Three60 Leisure, and Re/Max 360 - have been awarded new leasing and management contracts at Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and on Reem Island in A
German cement and aggregates producer HeidelbergCement has agreed to sell assets in the United States to fulfill anti-trust requirements for its takeover of Italcementi, it said on Thursday.
HeidelbergCement said it has agreed to
Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds liquidated or cancelled investments worth about seven per cent of their total assets last year, according to a study released on Monday by asset manager Invesco, in a sign of pressure from low oil prices.
Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa) said on Wednesday that it is not in talks with any entity to sell its oil and gas assets.
The brief statement to Abu Dhabi's stock exchange did not elaborate.
Saudi Arabia's central bank, which serves as the kingdom's sovereign wealth fund, reported a fall of $6 billion in net foreign assets in March as low oil prices took their toll.
Net foreign assets held by the central bank
Investing in non-financial assets such as friends and family is crucial to living longer, according to an industry expert.
“Every generation is living 10 to 15 years longer than their parents’ generation,” added
Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Worldwide's luxury hotel portfolio for the new smart luxury traveller, today signed a management agreement with Assets Real Estate Development Company for a 325-room property in Doha, Qatar.
The UAE central bank has told banks to freeze the assets of two former senior officials in Abu Dhabi's state-owned International Petroleum Investment Co (IPIC) group, banking sources told Reuters.
In a circular, the central ba
Net foreign assets at Saudi Arabia's central bank declined 3.1 per cent in December from the previous month to SR2.283 trillion ($609 billion), the central bank said on Thursday.
Assets dropped 15.9 per cen
Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica SA has expressed interest in buying AT&T Inc's pay TV assets in Latin America, which could be valued at around $10 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.