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Mubadala in venture with Australia logistics LOGOS and U.S. KKR

April 15, 2021 Abu Dhabi state fund Mubadala Investment Company has launched a new venture estimated at a value of $155mln with Australian logistics property group LOGOS and US global investment firm KKR & Co to develop logistics facilities across Australia. Read the original article on Zawya: Abu Dhabi's Mubadala starts Australia logistics venture with LOGOS, KKR

Record investment by Mubadala in 2020, potential aluminium IPO

April 12, 2021 Abu Dhabi state investor Mubadala [AUM $232 billion] invested a record amount in 2020 [undisclosed] as it doubled down on growth sectors including life sciences, technology, mobility, digital infrastructure. In particular, Mubadala CEO says that Emirates Global Aluminium, which is owned by Mubadala and Investment Corp of Dubai, is well placed for an initial public offering. Read…

Bahrain’s Investcorp focuses on U.S. infrastructure plan

April 12, 2021 Bahrain-based investment firm Investcorp is looking for opportunities to invest in U.S. roads and ports following “bipartisan acceptance” in support of $2 trillion in upgrades to the country’s infrastructure. Initial actions saw Investcorp announcing a partnership with private equity firm Trilantic North America to buy RoadSafe Traffic Systems, a Chicago-based traffic safety company. “We look to build…

Bahrain’s Arcapita expands investment in U.S. distribution centers

April 11, 2021 Bahrain-based investment firm Arcapita Group Holdings has bought a Texan distribution facility that serves as a vital cog in FedEx’s distribution network in the southern US. The latest acquisition was part of the company’s investment in the fast-growing e-commerce sector and brings to 16 the number of industrial facilities it has bought in Cleveland, Ohio and Indianapolis,…

Bahrain announces 65-year plan for pension funds

March 24, 2021 Zawya has reported that Bahrain’s roadmap up to 2086 is a huge commitment from the government to protect national pension funds from going bankrupt at short notice. Finance and National Economy Minister Shaikh Salman bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, who is politically responsible for the Social Insurance Organisation (SIO), told MPs that blueprints for the extension to the…

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