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|| Abu Dhabi investment firm launches $400 million private equity fund

abu-dhabi-investors-investad.jpgInvest AD, an investment firm based in Abu Dhabi, plans to launch a $400 million private equity fund to take stakes in companies across the region.

The Invest AD Private Equity Partners II fund will acquire stakes in as many as 12 firms in countries potentially including Egypt, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, said Samir Assaad, the head of private equity at Invest AD. Read more details on The National or Reuters.

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