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|| Gulf Capital closes its latest fund at $533 million

GulfCap.jpgGulf Capital, a Middle Eastern private equity firm, announced final closing of its latest private equity fund, GC Equity Partners II. According to the company, the Fund was heavily oversubscribed with final commitments totaling to $533 million.

GC Equity Partners II has derived majority of its investors from international markets including the USA, Europe and Asia.

Gulf Capital is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR26.

Their full release follows

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