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QIA announces a further $365 million acquisition

July 2, 2019 (Los Angeles) According to an article published on Yahoo! Finance, the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) has announced a further $365 million acquisition by its multi-billion dollar real estate partnership. This latest investment made an acquisition of a residential community in Westwood (Santa Monica, LA) with 350 apartments and approximately 50,000 square feet of retail. This is the…

Oman’s Jabreen Capital expands footprint in the South East Asia market

June 24, 2019 (Muscat) Zawya has reported that Jabreen Capital, has entered into an agreement with EastBridge Partners Singapore to expand its private equity footprint in the South East Asia market.  The partnership will support Jabreen’s long term vision of diversifying its portfolio and expanding into the global market. Read the original article on Zawya:  Jabreen Capital acquires a significant…

Saudi investment company committed to establishing a sizable UK real estate portfolio

June 23, 2019 (Manchester / Jeddah) According to an article on Zawya, Cedar Tree Investments, a company whose assets are managed by Jeddah-based AIMS Investments, has bought three buildings in Manchester city centre and one in the Rusholme district close to the city's main university campuses.  The buildings - Basil House, Salisbury House in Manchester and properties on King St…

ADIA betting big on Indian distressed asset sector

June 17, 2019 (Abu Dhabi) Arabian Business has reported that the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) has invested a total of $1 billion with Kotak Investment Advisors (KIA). Half of this is committed to the special situation distressed fund of KIA. According to the article, industry sources said ADIA seem to be betting big on India, especially in the distressed…

SABB Alawwal Bank merger creates third-largest Saudi lender

June 16, 2019 (Abu Dhabi) According to an article on The National, the Saudi British Bank (SABB) and Alawwal Bank will continue to operate as separate entities and offer their respective products and services until they fully integrate their back office operations following the completion of their merger. SABB will absorb Alawwal Bank’s assets and liabilities. The transaction was executed…

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