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Private Equity in Gulf Untapped

The Gulf's private equity market remains underdeveloped, according to a report by Ithmar Capital and Dow Jones. The report, titled 'The Impact of Private Equity on the GCC', says the private equity market in the GCC reached $10bn in 2006, just under a third of the $33.2bn raised across emerging markets in Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Mena region. But the report predicts private equity will grow as a result of rapid economic growth, high liquidity, high fiscal and trade surpluses and interest from internationals looking to hedge investments.
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2 Comments:

Anonymous Abdullah said...

private equity often becomes bank bone of thriving entrepreneurial economies, lets hope this develops as a disciplined industry in the Middle East

3:14 PM  
Anonymous Mazen said...

Yes this is very true and i think it is a challenge for the young entrepreneurs to make sure they get to the funds before they land up in foreign stock exchanges and banks

3:29 PM  

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