Al Mal Capital
Al Mal Capital, established in 2005, is a diversified, multi-line investment institution headquartered in Dubai, and licensed & regulated by the Central Bank of United Arab Emirates. In May 2015, Dubai Investments acquired 60.86% stake in Al Mal Capital.
Al Mal Capital offers a wide range of investment products spread across its business lines of investment banking, brokerage and asset management.
Investment Banking: Al Mal Capital provides clients with corporate finance as well as equity and debt capital markets advisory services. This includes buy-side and sell-side advisory focusing on mergers & acquisitions, divestments, capital raising, IPOs, debt restructuring and other related financial services that assist investors achieve their financial objectives.
Capital Markets: Al Mal Capital provides clients with insights on MENA equities and fixed income markets. Furthermore, accessibility and execution globally on 54 exchanges for primary and secondary issuance covering equities and fixed income. Clients benefit by trading globally through one investment account.
Asset Management: Al Mal Capital offers a unique array of MENA-centered managed products; Mutual Funds, Private Equity Funds, Direct Co-Investment Structures, and Discretionary Portfolio Management Services. Under its Wealth Management platform, it provides clients with accessibility to best of class Third Party Funds outside of the MENA region. Al Mal Capital’s Public Funds with nine years plus track record provides different asset classes products focused on country or region specific.
Al Mal Capital maintains a unique value proposition in bringing a wealth of experience, along with the application of global standards, to the region. Al Mal Capital offers a client-centric business model with discretionary portfolio management, private equity funds, international equities, options trading, investments advisory and skills in structured finance, IPOs & private placements.
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