Home » Saudi Investors »

|| Middle East private equity fund received investment from IFC, EIB and Proparco

swicorp-intaj.jpgIFC, EIB and Proparco are investing in Middle East private equity fund Intaj Capital II, a private equity fund targeting $300 million.

The fund will be deployed in businesses across the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey. The fund is sponsored and advised by Saudi private equity firm Swicorp.

Swicorp is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR50.

More details from their release follows

Previous Post: Abu Dhabi investor interested to acquire a stake in Russia's ski resort
Next Post: Dubai investment firm acquires Middle East franchise of Fitness First

More from Saudi Investors ...

  Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures invests in California FogHorn Systems (December 2017)

  Saudi investor acquired stake in UK media firm The Independent (July 2017)

  Saudi investment firm SAEV acquired stake in Irish firm OxyMem (July 2017)

  Venture Capital firm Arab Angel acquired stake in California firm NuEyes (June 2017)

  Saudi investors of Tamer Group and consortium invested $160 million in French firm Sigfox (November 2016)

  Saudi investment firms invested $7 million in travel website HolidayMe (October 2016)

  UAE and Saudi investors acquired $2.4 million stake in financial website compareit4me (September 2016)

  Saudi investors of PIF acquired stake at US firm Uber for $3.5 billion (August 2016)

  Saudi venture capital firm RVC led investment of $17 million in Swedish firm (May 2016)

  Saudi venture capital firm SAEV invested $10 and $25 million in two US firms (May 2016)

|| 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