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 Bahrain investment firm Mumtalakat acquired stake in UK firm Envirogen

bahrain-investors-uk-waterBahrain investment firms, Mumtalakat Holdings has acquired stake in UK water firm Envirogen.

The Envirogen Group is a solutions provider in water treatment, potable water, waste water and industrial filtration. Established in 1996 it has offices in UK, Italy and US. (Bloomberg had reported earlier that Mumtalakat plans over $400 million this year on international investments.)

Bahrain's Mumtalakat is listed in the Middle East Venture Capital and Private Equity Directory with the code SIN22.

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 Two Bahrain investment firms acquired a network of US schools for $405 million

mumtalakat investcorpTwo Bahrain investment firms, Mumtalakat and Investcorp, have acquired a network of 176 schools in the US for $405 million.

The seller is Leeds Equity Partners which had acquired the firm back in 2011 for $149 million. Founded in 1984, Nobel Learning operates a network of 176 schools across 18 states with 5,000 teachers and staff and 25,000 students. (The company also has an accredited online private school that offers college preparatory programs to students from over 55 countries worldwide.)

Bahrain's Mumtalakat and Investcorp are listed in the Middle East Venture Capital and Private Equity Directory with the code SIN22 and BD43 respectively.

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 Two Bahrain investment firms acquired Florida software firm PRO Unlimited

mumtalakat investcorpTwo Bahrain investment firms, Mumtalakat and Investcorp, have acquired Florida-based workforce software and services firm PRO Unlimited.

Headquartered in Boca Raton Florida and founded in 1991, PRO Unlimited delivers a full range of software services to address procurement, management and compliance issues and operates in 52 countries with 600 employees. Mumtalakat holds stakes in 38 firms, with a portfolio value of approximately U.S. $7.2 billion. Investcorp has $11.4 billion in total assets under management.

Bahrain's Mumtalakat and Investcorp are listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code SIN22 and BD43 respectively.

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 Mumtalakat and ADIA looking at new asset classes and regions

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Bahrain's sovereign wealth fund Mumtalakat is looking at shares, hedge funds and fixed income while ADIA is looking to diversify its portfolio of infrastructure assets across regions, including North America, Europe, Australia and the Far East

In an interview with the US-based CFA Institute magazine (PDF), Saeed Al Hajeri, Executive Director of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Emerging Markets Department has mentioned that Adia's emerging markets department is seeking to diversify its portfolio of infrastructure assets across regions, including North America, Europe, Australia and the Far East.

Also on the sidelines of World Economic Forum, Mumtalakat chief executive, Talal Al Zain, talked to Reuters: "Our portfolio today is still more heavy on the private equity... We're looking at shares, we're looking at hedge funds, we're looking at fixed income."

Bahrain's Mumtalakat and ADIA are listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code SIN22 and BD43 respectively.

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 Bahrain's sovereign wealth fund eyes global assets

mumtalakat.jpgMumtalakat, Bahrain's $10 billion sovereign wealth fund, will shift more of its portfolio into global assets and secure a credit rating this year - its chief executive said in an interview with Dow Jones Newswire.

"The bulk of our focus will be on developed countries, but we'll look at developing countries to take advantage of emerging economies," Al Zain said. He also mentioned that in the medium term the fund's portfolio will be allocated equally between global assets and MENA. Internationally, they will look at hedge funds, fixed income and alternative investments - initially focusing on liquid investments and then moving to other asset classes.

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