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|| Takaful Emarat and Riyad Capital launched $5.3 million global equity investment fund

riyad-takaful.pngTakaful Emarat, the UAE-headquartered Shariah-compliant insurance company, is joining forces with Saudi Arabia's Riyad Capital to launch a $5.3 million Shariah-compliant global equity investment fund.

The Fund is designed to be a long-term saving venture with a high degree of capital protection that may be exercised at any valuation. The new Capital Protected Fund offers 90% of the highest net asset value protected at all time. The Fund is a global fund and is linked to the performance of selected Shariah-compliant stocks, chosen for their high cash flow and low debt to equity ratio.

Riyad Capital is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code BFD110

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