SHUAA and Arton announce partnership to encourage foreign direct investment in high growth markets
Leveraging SHUAA's expertise in asset management and real estate development and
Commenting on the partnership,
With over 12 government mandates, Arton has been instrumental in attracting more than
Following its merger with
The number of countries attracting foreign direct investments through Citizenship by Investment programs has continued to rise over the past decade. The economic contribution helps boost local economies, and close budget gaps, enabling governments to inject fresh capital into building infrastructure, growing tourism, funding local companies and increasing employment opportunities.
The asset management segment, one of the region's largest, manages real estate funds and projects, investment portfolios and funds in the regional equities, fixed income and credit markets; it also provides investment solutions to clients, with a focus on alternative investment strategies. The investment banking segment, mandated to lead several sukuk issuances for a total of more than
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Arton empowers individuals and families to become Global Citizens by investing in second residence and citizenship through a bespoke service experience which simplifies complexity and is built on confidentiality and trust.
Founder of the
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