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Desert Capitalists: How Merchant Families and Private Equity Investors are Changing the Middle East. epub ebook

by Richard RIVLIN

Desert Capitalists: How Merchant Families and Private Equity Investors are Changing the Middle East. epub ebook

Author: Richard RIVLIN
Category: International
Language: English
Publisher: Bladonmore (2006)
ISBN: 0955307007
ISBN13: 978-0955307003
Rating: 4.8
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The private equity landscape in the Gulf is changing radically, but some of the region’s endemic challenges remain. First, most international investors don’t have a specific strategy for the Middle East, while the development finance institutions, which do, don’t view the wealthy Gulf countries as aligning with their mandate. For international institutions, the Middle East is an opportunistic decision; you have to convince them one by one, he says. For TVM, that has increasingly meant embedding its Gulf Cooperation Council healthcare investments into a wider geographic mandate.

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Now, with economic growth reviving, conditions look promising for PE to pick up where it left off and deepen its presence in emerging markets. Globally, investors are becoming much more discriminating about the funds in which they invest and fund managers with whom they work.

AGC Equity Partners, a London-based private equity firm backed by Middle East investors, has announced .

Greece concluded in October the sale of a 90 percent stake in the Astir Palace hotel complex to the AGC fund Jermyn Street Real Estate Fund which represents investors from Turkey, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait and other Arab emirates. More details in The Washington Business Journal here. Filed under Middle East Private Equity, Ritz Banc Group.

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Up until now I believe the VC and Private Equity investors are performing a valuable financial service, which helps entrepreneurs change the world, but their choices of who to back are mostly based on which venture is most likely to profit. This will change significantly if private investors are allowed to back whatever they want through unregulated or reduced regulations on equity crowdfunding. Here’s how crowdfunding may change this.

Desert Capitalists: How Merchant Families and Private Equity Investors are Changing the Middle East
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