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|| Abu Dhabi investment firm TNI UAE raising $1 billion for MENA fund

TNI.jpgAbu Dhabi investment firm The National Investor (TNI) hopes to raise up to $1 billion for its new Middle East and North Africa equity fund targeting institutional investors across the Middle East, Europe and Latin America - the Reuters is reporting.

According to TNI, its fund has full access to Saudi Arabia and can invest up to 40 percent of its assets in the kingdom, something fund managers really want.

The National Investor (TNI UAE) is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR53. The full Reuters story follows

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