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 MENA Infrastructure Fund acquired 20% of Sohar Power Company

Arab Investors: MENA Inf FundMENA Infrastructure Fund, the Dubai-based private equity fund sponsored by HSBC, Waha Capital and Fajr Capital, has acquired 20% of Sohar Power Company.

The $300 million MENA Infrastructure Fund LP was launched in 2007. The Sohar Power acquisition marks the fund’s fourth major investment, having previously acquired stakes in Alexandria International Container Terminals in Egypt, United Power Company in Oman and Hajr Electricity Production Company in Saudi Arabia.

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 MENA Infrastructure Fund acquires stake in UPC for $26.5 million

Arab Investors: MENA Inf FundMENA Infrastructure Fund, the infrastructure equity fund sponsored by HSBC, Waha Capital and Dubai International Capital, has acquired 32.8% of United Power Company UPC) for $26.5 million.

UPC is listed on the Muscat Securities Market, with 40% of its equity capital being publicly traded. MENA Infrastructure Fund has acquired 32.8% of the founders' shareholding in the company from GDF Suez, the French energy giant

MENA Infrastructure Fund is a $500m infrastructure equity fund established in 2006. At its first close in September 2007, it raised commitments aggregating $300m. (Our directory of investors in the Middle East have more details on other Private Equity and investment firms in the Middle East like MENA Infrastructure Fund)



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