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 Bahrain investors of Investcorp acquired US properties for $250 million

investcorp dubaibeatInvestcorp, the Bahrain-based private equity firm, has acquired a portfolio of office and industrial properties in North Carolina, Seattle and Florida for $250 million.

Combined, the properties acquired consist of nearly 2.2 million square feet. This is the second announced investment in the US real estate by Bahrain investors in this quarter. As DubaiBeat reported earlier, another Bahrain investment firm, Gulf Finance House, had acquired three residential properties in the US worth $75 million.

Investcorp and Gulf Finance House are listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR30 and OR27 respectively.

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 Bahrain investors of GFH acquired properties in the US worth $75 million

gfh-logo.jpgGulf Finance House (GFH), a Bahrain based investment firm, has acquired three residential properties in the US worth $75 million.

The Portfolio consist of two residential properties in Houston and one in Atlanta. They have an overall occupancy of 94 per cent and nearly 1,300 apartments.

Gulf Finance House is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR27.

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 GFH Capital acquires American curriculum private school for $34 million

gfhcapital.jpgGFH Capital, the Dubai-based owner of Leeds United football club, has acquired an American curriculum private school in Dubai for $34 million.

GFH Capital is a subsidiary of Bahrain-based Gulf Finance House and was formerly known as Injazat Capital, one of the Middle East’s foremost private equity investors. (The school is not named, but currently serves a base of nearly 1,300 students and has registered in 20 per cent growth in student numbers over the past four years)

GFH Capital is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code SIJ62.

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 Bahrain investment firm acquired US firm Totes Isotoner

bahrain-totes.jpgInvestcorp, the Bahrain-based alternative investment firm, has acquired US accessories firm Totes Isotoner in partnership with US private equity firm Freeman Spogli & Co.

Totes Isotoner, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, is one of the world's largest marketers of umbrellas, gloves, slippers and other weather-related accessories. It has over 1,200 employees and, in addition to Cincinnati, has offices in New York, Toronto, London, Paris, Hong Kong and Manila.

Investcorp is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR30.

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 Saudi and Bahrain investors acquired Byrne for $160 million

vcbank-hanco.jpgVenture Capital Bank Bahrain and Saudi leasing company Hanco has acquired Byrne, a leasing, car rental, and fleet management company for around $160 million.

Established 20 years ago, Byrne is the largest general rental company in the Middle East with 450 employees and 13 offices and rental depots all over the GCC. The sellers in the deal are Havenvest Private Equity Middle East and HSBC Bank Middle East. The transaction was partly financed by UAE's First Gulf Bank.

Venture Capital Bank Bahrain is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code BFD126

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  Bahrain investors of Arcapita acquired stake in US women's retail chain (May 2011)

  Bahrain investor acquired British online booking firm for $49 million (May 2011)

  Bahrain investment firm in bidding war to acquire Jimmy Choo (May 2011)

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  Arcapita to build fund management business to complement private equity (April 2010)

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  Two Gulf-based investment firms announcing profit for 2009 (March 2010)

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