Wamda Capital is a leading regional Venture Capital Firm focused on deploying growth capital in the Middle East and North Africa's leading entrepreneur led technology companies. the Firm currently manages a US$ 75m growth capital fund and is actively looking to invest in high growth technology firms from the MENA region
Kafala Program is a collaboration between the Ministry of Finance, represented by the Saudi Industrial Development Fund (SIDF) and Saudi banks, which aims to promote financing to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Through this program, the bank will offer credit facilities and simultaneously,Kafala Program will issue a guarantee to the bank, covering up to 1.6 million
The Riyad Taqnia Fund (RTF) is a venture capital fund between two entities: Riyad Capital, the investment arm of Riyad Bank; and TAQNIA, which will act as Technical Advisor to Riyad Capital. The involvement of both entities allows portfolio companies to benefit from each investor’s strengths and unique characteristics. RTF Focuses on: ICT, Energy and Sustainability, Advanced Materials
SEDCO Capital is a global asset management firm that offers attractive investment opportunities across global markets through carefully engineered public and private funds and special instruments. Established in 2009 , SEDCO Capital has crafted a three-decade long track record of robust performance combined with prudent investment strategies.
We have pioneered a world-class Prudent Ethical Approach (PEI) that combines the best of Shariah-compliance with ethical investing to create exceptional performance while minimizing downside risks.
SECO Capital offers advisory, discretionary management and asset allocation services that deliver access to high-performing public and private equities, commodities, income funds, and real estate assets. Our clients benefit from world-class investment instruments, including those offered through our international Luxembourg platform.
Malaz Capital: we are an asset management firm operating under the regulations of the Capital Market Authority (CMA) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. While Saudi Arabia offers investors a wealth of opportunities, it can also be challenging to identify, assess, and most importantly negotiate and close attractive investment transactions.
Malaz Capital obtained its CMA license (number 09136-36) in September 2010 and is authorized to carry out Asset Management, Dealing as Principle and Custody Services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.