Home » Bahrain Investors »


|| Arcapita to build fund management business to complement private equity

arcapita.jpgBahrain-based investment firm Arcapita plans to build a fund management business to complement its private equity operations and manage $10 billion worth of funds within three years - the Reuters is reporting.

Arcapita, which had $4 billion in assets as of year end, would launch a $750 million fund focusing on Asian infrastructure. The company also launched a $500 million Gulf property fund together with the investment arm of Saudi Arabia's Al Rajhi Bank in February. Arcapita's funds portfolio would focus on real estate, infrastructure, venture capital and private equity.

Arcapita is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR07.

The full Reuters story follows



Previous Post: National Bank of Abu Dhabi launched aviation investment fund with DVB Bank
Next Post: Al Masah to launch $500 million MENA fund this quarter

More from Bahrain Investors ...


  Bahrain Investcorp announces its first real estate investments in Europe for $45 million (August 2017)

  Bahrain investors acquired Nordic firm ABAX for $210 million (June 2017)

  Bahrain investors acquired stake in Spanish firm Agromillora (December 2016)

  Bahrain investment firm Mumtalakat acquired stake in UK firm Envirogen (August 2016)

  Bahrain investors acquired UK cybersecurity firm Nebulas (August 2016)

  Bahrain investors acquired European cyber security firm Coresec (July 2016)

  Bahrain private equity firm acquired Colorado real estate for $85 million (January 2016)

  Two Bahrain investment firms acquired a network of US schools for $405 million (March 2015)

  Bahrain investors acquired Spanish ceramic firm Fritta (February 2015)

  Bahrain private equity firm raised $100 million for investment across the world (November 2014)




|| About Us

Established in 2007, DubaiBeat.com provides insight, analysis and research on Middle East investors.

We cover different asset class investors like private equity, venture capital, hedge funds and real estate investors from the Middle East and broader MENA region.


|| Subscribe















Copyright 2007-2018 DubaiBeat.com    Sitemap  |  Terms  |  Privacy Policy

Follow us: RSS Feed   Facebook    Twitter