Dimah Capital, a Kuwait based investment firm, has announced its first acquisition of a real estate in Britain for $70 million.
They acquired the students' village of Parham Road in Canterbury, consisting of 16 buildings of student housing. Dimah Capital, with Sameer Al Gharaballi as Vice Chairman and Managing Director, used to be called Beyoo Investment and is majority owned by Al Imtiaz Investment which is also a Kuwait based investment firm.
Al Imtiaz Investment is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code BFD16.
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