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|| Abu Dhabi's Qannas Investments to list on AIM and raise $50 million

adcm.jpgAbu Dhabi Capital Management, an Abu-Dhabi based investment firm, announces the intention to launch Qannas Investments on AIM and to raise up to $50 million.

The company said Qannas will seek to generate a target IRR of at least 20 per cent and its investments will be held for 3-5 years. ADCM currently manages more than $100 million in assets for institutional and high net worth investors. Back in July 2011 we reported the first closing of ADCM fund raising.

Abu Dhabi Capital Management is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code SINX2

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