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 Two new private equity firms launched in Iraq and Oman

fincorp-tbi.pngTwo new private equity firms have launched in Iraq and Oman.

In Iraq, Trade Bank of Iraq plans to set up a $500 million private-equity fund and is looking to identify a global player to act as the fund's general partner.

In Oman, the Financial Corporation (FinCorp) launched Oman's first private equity fund with a capital of $51.9 million. The primary objective of the Oman Private Equity Fund is to make private equity investments in select local companies and those firms that have cross border linkages.

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 London-based Investment firm in Iraq private equity deal worth $200 million

mbridgeMerchantBridge, the London-based direct investment and private equity company focused on Middle East investments, has closed a deal worth $200 million in Kerbala Cement Rehabilitation Program.

This transaction marks the largest privatization and debt arrangement in Iraq (outside oil and gas). The plant will go through a rehabilitation program. The project has already attracted investment interest from foreign direct investors, including the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private arm of the World Bank, and France's Proparco.

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