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THE ECONOMY - INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENTS

Invest AD to pump US$150m into UAE, Turkey, Egypt deals

Posted on 19/10/2010

Investment company Invest AD is in "fairly advanced stages" of talks to invest in three business opportunities in the UAE, Turkey and Egypt totalling about US$150 million (Dh550.5 million), Samir Assad, head of private equity at Invest AD, said here Monday. "We are looking at an investment of about US$35 million to US$40 million in Turkey, US$60 million in the UAE and US$45 million to US$50 million in Egypt. We are aiming to close one of these transactions in the coming quarter or by the ...  >>MORE

Mubadala and 1MDB reinforce strategic relationship with major investment

Posted on 10/10/2010

Putrajaya - Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Development Company ("Mubadala") has signed two collaboration agreements on a strategic partnership with 1Malaysia Development Berhad ("1MDB") that could lead to significant increases in FDI in Malaysia. The agreements have been signed with Mubadala Real Estate '&' Hospitality (MREH) and Mubadala Industry (MI). MI has agreed to assess the viability of an investment of up to seven billion United States dollars (US$7,000,000,000) for the development of a major ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's Invest AD launches Iraq equities fund to tap high growth

Posted on 04/10/2010

Abu Dhabi's Invest AD has launched an Iraq Investment Fund to channel investment into high-growth companies in a country where improving stability and increased oil production should fuel strong economic expansion in coming years. Invest AD is seeding the fund and is marketing it alongside its other equities and private equity funds that invest in the Middle East and Africa. "As Iraq stabilise, it should take its place as one of the major economies in this vibrant region," said Invest AD ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi debt poised for best quarter in a year

Posted on 21/09/2010

Abu Dhabi bonds are heading for their best quarter in a year. Union Investment and LCF Edmond de Rothschild CI Ltd say investors are ready to snap up any new issue from the Arabian Gulf. The government's 6.75 per cent dollar-denominated non-Islamic notes due April 2019 have returned 6.6 per cent, set for the biggest quarterly gain since September 2009, and more than the six per cent increase for Qatar's 5.25 per cent debt maturing in January 2020, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi, Saxony lay cornerstone for GLOBALFOUNDRIES' expansion

Posted on 16/09/2010

Dresden - Top-level representatives from Abu Dhabi's Executive Affairs Authority, ATIC and the German Free State of Saxony laid the cornerstone yesterday for the expansion of GLOBALFOUNDRIES' newest manufacturing module, while hailing the shared mutual economic interests and close cooperation in the fields of science and technology between the two governments. Khaldoon Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of the Executive Affairs Authority of Abu Dhabi, and Minister-President of Saxony Stanislaw ...  >>MORE

Aabar charges up electric car industry

Posted on 15/09/2010

Aabar Investments, a global investment company owned by the Abu Dhabi Government, is at the centre of two deals that are expected to be a shot in the arm for the fledgling electric-car industry. Tesla Motors, in which Aabar holds a stake of 3.63 per cent, has teamed up with Toyota to develop a battery-powered version of the RAV4 sport utility vehicle. Meanwhile, the German luxury car maker Daimler, in which Aabar holds a 9 per cent stake, is to join forces with Renault and Nissan to ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's Invest AD and Japan's SBI Holdings setting up partnership and US$100 million Africa fund

Posted on 14/09/2010

Abu Dhabi financial services firm Invest AD and Japan's SBI Holdings Inc. (SBI) are establishing a new fund management company to invest in Africa, starting with a fund of up to US$100 million. The new fund, seeded equally by Invest AD and SBI, will focus on Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco. It will invest in several sectors, including banking, mining, consumer products and manufacturing, through listed equities, initial public offerings (IPOs), as well as pre-IPO and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority appoints Ted Chu as Chief Economist

Posted on 07/09/2010

The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority yesterday announced the appointment of Ted Chu as Chief Economist, with immediate effect. Chu, who will be based in Abu Dhabi, will be responsible for producing in-depth international and regional economic analyses and making recommendations based on this research. As a member of ADIA's Strategy Unit, he will also assist in developing, monitoring and assessing investment strategies across asset classes based on current and projected economic trends. Ted ...  >>MORE

Investor confidence in Dubai as hub for FDI in Middle East region grows, survey reveals

Posted on 07/09/2010

The Foreign Investment Office (FIO), an agency of the Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED), has commissioned an in-depth special study to further enhance the competitiveness of the economy. The preliminary findings of the report which surveyed more than 1,000 global and regional investors highlight that investors have confidence in Dubai as a destination for foreign direct investments (FDI) and as the FDI hub for the wider Middle East and North African (MENA) region. The ...  >>MORE

UAE gets over US$73bn in foreign direct investment

Posted on 05/09/2010

The UAE has attracted more than US$73 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) since it was created nearly four decades ago to emerge as the second top capital recipient in the region, according to UN statistics. Saudi Arabia, the world's oil basin, remained the largest Arab destination of FDI, attracting nearly US$147.1 billion, showed the figures by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). Cumulative FDI flow into the UAE totalled around US$73.4 billion, nearly ...  >>MORE

Waha Capital CEO speaks to stakeholders on company's growth plans

Posted on 23/08/2010

Salem Rashid Al Nuaimi, CEO of Waha Capital, the diversified investment holding company headquartered in Abu Dhabi, spoke to the organisation's stakeholders about the company's plans for the next phase of its business growth. Speaking at an Iftar reception held in honour of Waha Capital's stakeholders, Al Nuaimi said, "Over the next few years, we have an exciting growth agenda." Explaining the broad future strategic direction of Waha Capital's subsidiaries, he said, "Waha Leasing is seeking to ...  >>MORE

Aabar gets nod to convert to PJSC

Posted on 17/08/2010

Abu Dhabi's Aabar Investments, the largest shareholder in German automaker Daimler, said shareholders approved its conversion to a private joint stock company and subsequent delisting. Share capital for the new company was set at Dh4.04 billion (US$1.10bn), with a nominal value of one dirham per share, Aabar said in a statement on the Abu Dhabi bourse website on Monday. The sovereign wealth fund posted a second-quarter loss of Dh1.38 billion (US$375.6 million) due to a surge in derivatives ...  >>MORE

Aabar suffers Dh1.38bn Q2 loss on derivatives

Posted on 16/08/2010

Aabar Investments, the Abu Dhabi fund in the process of converting to a private joint stock company, suffered a Dh1.38 billion (US$375.8 million) loss for the second-quarter, hurt by a surge in derivatives liabilities. The state-owned firm, also the largest shareholder in German automaker Daimler, made a net profit of Dh202 million for the first half of the year, it said in a statement to the bourse. Aabar did not provide any earnings numbers for the second-quarter. Reuters calculated the ...  >>MORE

Adia, Asian SWFs eye stake in AIA’s US$15bn IPO

Posted on 12/08/2010

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (Adia) and two other sovereign wealth funds have expressed interest in investing in the US$15 billion initial public offering planned by American International Group's (AIG) Asian life insurance unit. AIG has started talks with potential investors to sell stakes in its Asian life insurance business AIA ahead of its planned IPO, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said. Several financial investors, including Temasek Holdings, China Investment ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi has no plan to cut Europe exposure

Posted on 07/07/2010

The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) is not planning to cut its exposure to debt-ridden Europe, saying a stable regulatory, legal and tax framework make it an attractive place to invest. "No, [we] maintain a stable view," Jean-Paul Villain, strategy unit head at ADIA, told Reuters when asked whether the fund was looking to reduce its exposure in the face of Europe's debt crisis. "These markets are efficient," he said. Sovereign funds, which together manage around $3 trillion (Dh11.01 ...  >>MORE

UAE dominates inter-Arab investment

Posted on 06/07/2010

The UAE has pumped over US$62 billion into fellow Arab countries over the past 15 years to emerge as the dominant investor in the region, according to official data. The capital channelled by the UAE, the second largest Arab economy, accounted for more than a third of the total inter-Arab investment during 1995-2009, showed the figures by a key Arab League financial organization. Saudi Arabia, the largest Arab economy, accounted for nearly 70 per cent of the UAE's investments while Egypt, ...  >>MORE

Taqa shows mettle with US$400m deal

Posted on 01/07/2010

Taqa, the Abu Dhabi Government-backed investment firm, has bought 40 per cent of a new Omani aluminium smelter for US$400 million (Dh1.46bn) in its first leap beyond energy. The stake in Sohar Aluminium was sold by Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA), Taqa’s founder and majority shareholder. Analysts say the price paid is a relative bargain and marks the second time this year the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, as Taqa is officially known, has taken on an asset from its ...  >>MORE

Aabar shares tumble 7pc as delisting vote nears

Posted on 28/06/2010

Aabar Investments PJSC shares fell the most in almost seven months as the board of the Abu Dhabi-based investment giant seeks shareholders' consent on its plans to delist from the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, or ADX. The shares lost as much as 7.1 per cent, with prices plummeting to Dh1.58, at the close of the market on Sunday. The board set July 26 as the date for holding an extraordinary general meeting, or EGM, to decide issues related to the company's conversion into a private joint ...  >>MORE

Aabar acquires 5pc stake in UniCredit

Posted on 27/06/2010

Abu Dhabi's Aabar Investments PJSC has acquired a 4.99 per cent stake worth US$2.48 billion to become the second biggest shareholder in UniCredit SpA, Italy's second largest bank. "The financial services sector is something we are interested in,” Aabar Chief Executive Officer Mohamed Badawy Al Husseiny said. "With the decline in the euro, wherever we see good opportunities that fit our profile, we will pursue this,” he told Reuters. Aabar's stake, purchased on June 16, is worth about ...  >>MORE

Capital flow rise cuts UAE BoP gap by 87%

Posted on 21/06/2010

The UAE's balance of payment (BoP) deficit narrowed by nearly 87 per cent in 2009 after a massive improvement in net capital flow and a decline in imports due to the global economic downturn, official data showed yesterday. Despite a sharp fall in total exports, the country's balance of payment recorded a relatively low deficit of Dh22.5 billion last year, compared to a record high gap of around Dh172bn in 2008, the Central Bank said in its 2009 report. But the current account remained in a ...  >>MORE

The UAE is interested in boosting its commercial and investment ties with Iraq

Posted on 17/06/2010

The Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Trade Abdullah Ahmed Al Saleh has affirmed that the United Arab Emirates is interested in boosting its commercial and investment ties with Iraq, including the Kurdistan Region. In a speech delivered yesterday in London at the "Kurdistan Region: Gateway to Iraq - Trade and Investment Conference", he said that he expects the diverse and multi-sector investments of UAE companies in the Kurdistan Region to touch US$3 billion during the current year ...  >>MORE

Ipic's stake in Barclays largest M&A deal in Q1

Posted on 16/06/2010

Abu Dhabi-based International Petroleum Investment Company's (Ipic) acquisition of a 5.2 per cent stake in Barclays for US$1.94 billion (Dh7.11bn) was the largest deal in the first quarter in the Middle East and North Africa in the mergers and acquisitions sphere. This was followed by Barwa Real Estate Company's acquisition of the entire share capital of Qatar Real Estate Investment Company for US$862 million, Ernst and Young said in the latest Mena M&A update. Mikati Group's 13.95 per cent ...  >>MORE

DI expects Dh500m profit in the first half

Posted on 15/06/2010

Dubai Investments (DI) is expecting a net profit of about US$140 million (Dh514.22m) in the first half of 2010 and plans to expand in the Gulf, its chief executive said yesterday. The company's Chief Executive Khalid bin Kalban told Arabic daily Al Bayan net profit would amount to Dh500m in the first half of the year on growth beyond its traditionally UAE-focused market. The company posted a Dh278m profit in the first quarter, driven by improvements in financial and real estate activities. ...  >>MORE

Aabar Investments to up US$800m loan to US$2bn

Posted on 02/06/2010

Abu Dhabi investment vehicle Aabar Investments may increase its recent US$800 million (Dh2.9 billion) loan with local and international lenders to US$2bn to refinance debt, bankers said yesterday. Last month, Aabar, the emirate's fastest-growing investment vehicle, which has stakes in Daimler and Virgin Galactic, entered into a US$800m, three-year loan deal with lenders. "Banks are working on upsizing the recent loan to US$2bn that could be used for paying maturing loans and probably ...  >>MORE

Adia's wealth to surge by US$30bn this year: IIF

Posted on 01/06/2010

Post-crisis recovery of international markets boosted the assets of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (Adia) by nearly US$50 billion (Dh183bn) in 2009 and the wealth is projected to swell further by US$30bn this year, according to a key Western financial organisation. The rebound in the assets of Adia, ranked the world's largest sovereign wealth fund, follows a loss of about US$45bn during 2008 because of the global fiscal distress in September that year, the Institute of International ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's Invest AD and Hong Kong's Quam to offer Asian investors access to Middle East

Posted on 26/05/2010

Invest AD, the Abu Dhabi-based investment company, and Hong Kong-listed Quam Ltd. have formed a partnership to offer Asian investors access to Middle East equities markets. Invest AD will act as a sub-advisor, picking stocks for investment products offered by Quam to its strong network of professional investors in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Middle East markets lagged last year, but have outperformed most of the world so far this year: MSCI Arabian Markets outperformed in the first four months of ...  >>MORE

Professional arbitration key to strengthen UAE's investment environment: Al Mansouri

Posted on 25/05/2010

H.E. Eng. Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansoori, UAE Minister of Economy, yesterday inaugurated the Conference of "Draft Federal Law of Arbitration" organised by the International Islamic Centre for Reconciliation and Arbitration with the participation of the Institute of Training and Judicial Studies and in cooperation with Dubai International Arbitration Centre, Abu Dhabi Conciliation '&' Arbitration Centre, at Intercontinental Hotel, Abu Dhabi. High-ranking judiciary members of the UAE including ...  >>MORE

Syrian Prime Minister visits Emaar-IGO's Eighth Gate project

Posted on 05/05/2010

Damascus - The Syrian Prime Minister HE Naji Al-Utri visited The Eighth Gate development, a master-planned community developed by Emaar Syria and IGO in Yafour, near Damascus, currently progressing as per schedule for hand-over later this year. The Eighth Gate is a US$500m master-planned community, and billed as the number one business hub of Syria. The project builds upon the ancient history of Damascus in its architectural style of ornately decorated buildings influenced by traditional ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Economy releases 2009 report on industry, investments

Posted on 05/05/2010

The number of industrial plants in the UAE reached 4644 with a total capital of Dh81,165 million on December 31st, 2009, compared to 4219 plants with a total capital of Dh77,45 billion in 2008, according to a recent report released by the Ministry of Economy. The "Industrial Plants, Investments and Workers in 2009" breaks down the figure as follows: food, beverages and tobacco 379 plants, textiles and readymade garments 282, wood ware and furniture 615, paper, printing and publishing 362, ...  >>MORE

Mubadala to sell shares in its local companies

Posted on 04/05/2010

Mubadala Development, the Abu Dhabi Government's strategic investment arm, will sell stock in local companies it owns over the coming years to breathe new life into local markets and help its subsidiaries expand. Listing on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) would be "a very natural evolution of what we want to do”, Waleed al Muhairi, Mubadala's chief operating officer, told The National yesterday. "Once a given business is stable and mature, then absolutely.” Any listings, he said, ...  >>MORE

DP World investment in Peru to reach Dh2.7bn

Posted on 25/04/2010

DP World will have invested Dh2.7 billion in developing a section of Callao, Peru's largest port, when completed in 2012, its Chief Executive said in remarks published yesterday. The first phase of Callao's southern container terminal will be completed in May, while the third and last phase was expected to be finished in 2012, Mohammed Sharaf told the daily newspaper Al Bayan. DP World had made a Dh4.8bn offer for the development of a container terminal in Callao's northern section, Sharaf ...  >>MORE

Mubadala reaches financial close on US$2.5 billion 3 year revolving credit facility

Posted on 23/04/2010

Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala) has announced financial close on a new US$2.5 billion 3-year corporate multi-currency revolving credit facility with 21 international financial institutions. Having received over US$4.0 billion in commitments, each lender was allocated approximately US$119 million. Split into two tranches, the first tranche of US$2 billion will be used for general corporate purposes, while the second tranche of US$500 million will be earmarked to backstop refinancing of ...  >>MORE

Mubadala sets terms for US$2b revolving credit facility

Posted on 19/04/2010

Mubadala Development Company, the Abu Dhabi government investment firm, has set the terms on a US$2 billion (Dh7.34 billion) revolving credit facility it is renewing with a bank consortium, with the new deal involving about 20 lenders, the company's chief financial officer said Sunday. "We've set the terms, it's [finalisation is] imminently due," Carlos Obaid said on the sidelines of a conference in Abu Dhabi. "We're almost twice oversubscribed," Obaid said, adding that renegotiating the ...  >>MORE

Mubadala will develop luxury hotel in Maldives

Posted on 07/04/2010

Mubadala Development Company on Tuesday said it has partnered with Maldives-based luxury hotel developer EoN Resorts to develop an ultra luxurious resort in the Maldives. The hotel will be operated by Viceroy Hotels and Resorts (VHR), of which Mubadala is a 50 per cent shareholder. "Viceroy Maldives is the latest addition to Mubadala Real Estate and Hospitality's (MREH) growing hotel development and operator portfolio and is part of its broader international strategy to actively drive the ...  >>MORE

ADIH reports net profit of Dh17 million for the fiscal year 2009

Posted on 06/04/2010

Abu Dhabi Investment House (ADIH) announced yesterday that it made a net profit of Dh17 million (US$5 million) where the Board of Directors approved the distribution of 5% in cash dividends. Rashad Y. Janahi, Managing Director said, ‘we are very pleased with the 2009 positive results given the challenging economic environment we currently operate in. This success is attributed to ADIH's clear strategy and resilient business model where risks were mitigated given the extensive research and due ...  >>MORE

Aabar to issue Dh7.35b convertible bonds to IPIC

Posted on 05/04/2010

Aabar Investments PJSC, the largest shareholder in Daimler AG, plans to sell Dh7.35 billion in convertible bonds to the International Petroleum Investment Company, or IPIC. The Abu Dhabi government-controlled company announced it will seek shareholders' approval on April 29 at an extraordinary general meeting, to issue the bonds that will be converted at Dh2.5 a share. Proceeds from the bond sale will be used for general "corporate purposes,” the company said on Sunday, in a regulatory ...  >>MORE

Mubadala explores investment opportunities in Yemen

Posted on 24/03/2010

Sana'a - The delegation of Mubadala Development Company held talks with HE Ameer Al-Aidaroos, Minister of Oil and Minerals of Yemen in the presence of HE Khalid Ghanim Al Ghaith, Assistant Foreign Minister for Economic Affairs on investment potential in the fields of oil, gas and minerals and the possibility of entering into a partnership in different fields in the Republic of Yemen. During the meeting, the Minister of Oil and Minerals and Mubadala delegation discussed the possibility of ...  >>MORE

Mubadala’s assets up 75pc

Posted on 23/03/2010

Mubadala Development Company, the investment arm of Abu Dhabi, recorded a 75 per cent growth in its assets amounting to Dh88.5 billion in 2009, a report said on Monday. The report, posted on Mubadala's Web site, showed that total comprehensive income was at Dh8.6 billion, largely driven by revenues from the sale of goods and services at Dh13.1 billion, and improvements in the fair valuation of investments at Dh6.4 billion. This is in contrast to the company's net loss of Dh11.76 billion in ...  >>MORE

Ras Al Khaimah steps up Its bid to attract foreign investment

Posted on 22/03/2010

With its strategic location in the northernmost part of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) coupled with a programme of ambitious economic reforms, Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) is primed to welcome an increasing number of investors to its shores, according to His Highness Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, the emirate's Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler. His Highness said RAK's leadership recognised that a willingness to accommodate the demands of the international business community was key to helping the ...  >>MORE

Khalifa restructures Abu Dhabi Investment Authority’s board

Posted on 18/03/2010

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has issued Amiri decree no 2 of 2010 restructuring the board of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) under his presidency. Issued in his capacity as Ruler of Abu Dhabi, the decree named the following as members of the board: H.H. Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President's Representative, H.H. Gen. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, H.H. Sheikh ...  >>MORE

Mubadala attracts more investors

Posted on 18/03/2010

Abu Dhabi-based sovereign wealth fund Mubadala, which has tapped capital markets to refinance its majority-owned Dolphin gas pipeline linking Qatar with the UAE and Oman, has seen interest for its project bonds beyond the traditional US pool of investors, said Derek Rozycki, executive director for project and corporate finance at a conference. "We now see more interest from European and Gulf investors, particularly London-based asset managers and emerging market funds," he said. "Investors ...  >>MORE

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Invest AD to pump US$150m into UAE, Turkey, Egypt deals


Mubadala and 1MDB reinforce strategic relationship with major investment


Abu Dhabi's Invest AD launches Iraq equities fund to tap high growth


Abu Dhabi debt poised for best quarter in a year


Abu Dhabi, Saxony lay cornerstone for GLOBALFOUNDRIES' expansion


Aabar charges up electric car industry


Abu Dhabi's Invest AD and Japan's SBI Holdings setting up partnership and US$100 million Africa fund


Abu Dhabi Investment Authority appoints Ted Chu as Chief Economist


Investor confidence in Dubai as hub for FDI in Middle East region grows, survey reveals


UAE gets over US$73bn in foreign direct investment


Waha Capital CEO speaks to stakeholders on company's growth plans


Aabar gets nod to convert to PJSC


Aabar suffers Dh1.38bn Q2 loss on derivatives


Adia, Asian SWFs eye stake in AIA’s US$15bn IPO


Abu Dhabi has no plan to cut Europe exposure


UAE dominates inter-Arab investment


Taqa shows mettle with US$400m deal


Aabar shares tumble 7pc as delisting vote nears


Aabar acquires 5pc stake in UniCredit


Capital flow rise cuts UAE BoP gap by 87%


The UAE is interested in boosting its commercial and investment ties with Iraq


Ipic's stake in Barclays largest M&A deal in Q1


DI expects Dh500m profit in the first half


Aabar Investments to up US$800m loan to US$2bn


Adia's wealth to surge by US$30bn this year: IIF


Abu Dhabi's Invest AD and Hong Kong's Quam to offer Asian investors access to Middle East


Professional arbitration key to strengthen UAE's investment environment: Al Mansouri


Syrian Prime Minister visits Emaar-IGO's Eighth Gate project


Ministry of Economy releases 2009 report on industry, investments


Mubadala to sell shares in its local companies


DP World investment in Peru to reach Dh2.7bn


Mubadala reaches financial close on US$2.5 billion 3 year revolving credit facility


Mubadala sets terms for US$2b revolving credit facility


Mubadala will develop luxury hotel in Maldives


ADIH reports net profit of Dh17 million for the fiscal year 2009


Aabar to issue Dh7.35b convertible bonds to IPIC


Mubadala explores investment opportunities in Yemen


Mubadala’s assets up 75pc


Ras Al Khaimah steps up Its bid to attract foreign investment


Khalifa restructures Abu Dhabi Investment Authority’s board


Mubadala attracts more investors