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GCC UHNWIs population expected to boom by 2024

March 5, 2020 (Dubai) In an article published by Banker Middle East, Knight Frank, a leading global property advisory firm has said that according to its projections, the number of UHNWIs in the GCC is expected to grow by 26% to reach a total of 9,100 by 2024, given the expansion of wealth and strong growth in many asset classes…

ADIA and QIA eyeing investment in India-based real estate developers

March 2, 2020 (Singapore) A recent article on Deal Street Asia has reported that the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), and Singapore-based GIC are in talks to invest approximately $400 million in Prestige Estates.  The India-based real estate developer is said to be looking to monetize some of its retail mall and office assets before it…

UAE Islamic financial institution expands US real estate portfolio

March 1, 2020 (United Arab Emirates) The National has reported that Gulf Islamic Investments (GII) added New York office property to its $230 million real estate portfolio. Looking to grow their real estate portfolio further, GII is also eyeing opportunities in Paris as many companies are relocating from the UK in the aftermath of Brexit. The article also notes that…

QFB looking for innovative investment opportunities

February 26, 2020 (Doha) MENAFN has reported that Qatar First Bank (QFB) and its investors have recently exited a Sharia-compliant aviation deal, selling two Boeing 737-900ER aircraft which were on a 7-year long-term sharia-compliant lease contract to Indonesia's Lion Air. The article went on to note that the increasing success of the bank's structured products investment, QFB is looking for…

Mubadala makes 10-year, €1 billion commitment to French investment fund

February 24, 2020 (Abu Dhabi) The National has reported that Mubadala Investment Company (Mubadala), Abu Dhabi’s strategic investment arm has taken a 10% stake in the €10 billion French investment fund, LAC I.  LAC I will be managed by the country’s national bank, Bpifrance, which intends to invest the funds approximately 15 of France’s leading listed corporations over the next…

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