Tasweek in new fund management service
Abu Dhabi, June 18, 2011
Abu Dhabi-based Tasweek Real Estate Marketing and Development, a leading property advisor and solutions provider, has incorporated Investment Fund Management (IFM) to its list of services.
The new service will enable Tasweek to go beyond real estate and deliver IFM solutions to health, education and various other industries at the local and international levels, said a company statement.
Its new IFM business will enable Tasweek to open up cross-investment opportunities with its global partners in several growth sectors such as power, agriculture, solar energy, water desalination, recycling, waste management, and manufacturing.
The heightened level of transparency and legal compliance required by fund management will also help boost the company’s credibility among local and international investors, Tasweek said in its statement.
"Our new Investment Fund Management offering will be of great help in extending our business reach and further building up our image as a reliable and progressive organization two successful and profitable years since our inception in 2009," said Masood Al Awar, CEO of Tasweek.
"It will also provide great opportunities for us to enhance our investor and partner relationships with multi-cross-investment options. We look forward to setting benchmarks in IFM excellence and establish TASWEEK as a premier investment fund service provider,” he added.
With more than 20 years of innovation and leadership under its belt, Tasweek has rapidly grown into a one-stop shop for real estate and related services and marketing.-TradeArabia News Service
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