GIIC moves to Harbour tower
Manama, September 3, 2007
Gulf International Investment Company (GIIC) is to move its offices into Bahrain Financial Harbour (BFH), it was announced.
The firm, a consortium of GCC real estate investors based in Bahrain, will occupy office space on the 10th floor of BFH's iconic Harbour Towers, Bahrain Financial Harbour Holding Company (BFHHC) confirmed.
"GIIC's move couldn't have been more opportune, following the completion of the first phase of BFH and the accompanying publicity," said BFHHC senior manager of sales and leasing Salwan Uchi.
"With significant investment interests in the GCC, including Bahrain, the company's decision to base its operations in BFH will also help it to consolidate business operations.
"GIIC's decision to be part of the BFH further validates the cutting-edge advantage the integrated business and financial district offers the business community."
GIIC general manager Ali Mohammed said the company aimed to stay ahead of the competition in offering best-of-the-breed services in real estate development and investment.
"BFH is a national project in Bahrain and our decision to move to the premises of this integrated development will bring us many strategic advantages and add value to our business plans for Bahrain and the region," he said.
"BFH will provide us the ideal growth environment and its optimally designed workspace infrastructure and technologically advanced ambience will help us enhance efficiency."
GIIC offers brokerage services, property management, properties evaluation, and feasibility studies among other services. TradeArabia News Service
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