Two Gulf-based investment firms have announced their results for past year - and both have posted profit.
Tadhamon Capital, an Islamic investment company based in Bahrain, announced profit of $28.6 million for its first period of operations (15-months). Total revenues amounted to $34 million, including fee income of $30.3 million and profits from proprietary investments of $3.7 million.
Venture Capital Bank, another Islamic investment bank specializing in venture capital investments in MENA region, announced a net profit of $11 million, compared to $47 million the year before. The total income reached $32.4 million, while it was $82 million the year before.
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