Investcorp names private wealth head for Bahrain and Kuwait

Bahrain map 0Bahrain-based alternative investment firm, Investcorp, has appointed Mohammed Al Sada as head of its private wealth division in Bahrain and Kuwait. In the newly created role, he will be expected to grow business in the two countries in line with the firm’s strategy to broaden its asset class coverage. "In this market environment, it is crucial to have a client-centric culture that provides innovative and tailored investment solutions across geographies and asset classes," said Al Sada. Al Sada has been at Investcorp since 2008 and worked in various roles across its private equity and real estate businesses. His appointment was welcomed by managing partner of Investcorp Private Wealth, Yuself Al Yusef, who said it was evident of the firm’s “commitment to maintain a longstanding relationship with clients in the GCC [Gulf Cooperation Council]”. ©2021 funds global mena

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