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|| Four interviews with Middle Eastern private equity investors

Private Equity interviewsNewspapers and websites in the Middle East have recently published some interviews with heads of investment and private equity firms in he region about the status of private investments in the Middle East. Here are the links to them, in case you have missed reading them.

- Interview with Karim El Solh, Founder and Chief Executive of Gulf Capital
- Interview with Yahya Jalil, Head of Private Equity, The National Investor (TNI)
- Interview with Adeeb Al Sowailim, CEO of Saudi-based Sharia-compliant investment bank FALCOM
- Interview with Ammar al-Khudairy, Managing Director of the private equity firm Amwal AlKhaleej



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