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|| Al Bashayer Investment Company starts its operations in Abu Dhabi

Al-Bashayer.jpgAl Bashayer Investment Company starts its operations and activities in Abu Dhabi targeting high net worth individuals, women investors and families in the UAE and the region.

A key differentiator at Al Bashayer Investment Company is to focus on Women Investors. (Similar to other initiatives like Global Investment House's "Ghalia Investment Club"). The company will offer services under four categories: wealth management services, corporate advisory services, investment banking and brokerage services.

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