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|| Gulf Capital launched a credit fund targeting $250-$300 million

GulfCap.jpgAbu Dhabi based Gulf Capital, an alternative asset management firm, announced the launch of a new regional credit business that will focus on providing liquidity for regional companies and acquisition finance for private equity firms in the Middle East and Turkey.

Unlike traditional asset-based lenders, the financing provided could be based on the cash flows generated by the borrower. It will be launched by the end of the year following the regulators' approval.

Gulf Capital is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR26.

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