Al Khaliji offers unique investment prospects
Doha, February 24, 2014
Al Khaliji Commercial Bank has partnered with IP Global, a leading property investment company, to offer its customers a range of unique investment opportunities in a variety of international markets.
As one of Qatar’s leading financial institutions, Al Khaliji has access to the Qatar market, with additional branches in the UAE and France. The driver behind the partnership is allowing Al Khaliji customers the opportunity to benefit from investments and build strong relationships in a new market, with a main focus on high-end property in London, to which Al Khaliji customers will have access.
IP Global offers a full-service approach to real estate investment that is built on extensive market research and analysis combined with a significant financial commitment to every opportunity they offer.
This unique business model will complement Al Khaliji’s existing investment offering and open up this high-potential investment sector for its clients, hence the tie-up and the start of this relationship.
Al Khaliji group chief executive officer Robin McCall said: “Part of al Khaliji’s strategy is to be a unique bank with a strong service proposition and a smart way of competing in relevant banking markets. We are delighted to partner with a prominent property investment company to provide a very distinctive offering to meet the needs of our select customers.”
The CEO and founder of IP Global Tim Murphy said: “IP Global are very happy to have been appointed as the preferred property investment partner, offering al Khaliji banking customers the opportunity to build strong and sustainable property portfolios across the world’s best investment markets.
“We have seen increasing interest into London from the GCC region over the last few years and we look forward to offering al Khaliji customers access to some of the best investment propositions in the market, walking them through every step of the process of buying and managing international real estate.” – TradeArabia News Service