Aliph Capital, a GCC-centric private equity firm, announced that it has secured a $125 million investment for its Aliph Fund I from ADQ, an Abu Dhabi-based investment and holding company.
Aliph Fund I (LP) is a $250 million private equity fund aiming to invest in mid-sized companies in the UAE and across the GCC to accelerate their expansion and growth trajectory.
“I am delighted and honored that ADQ has chosen Aliph Capital for this significant investment. The timing is perfect for GCC-based private equity to invest in the region’s midmarket growth stars, who – when fully equipped with digital and tech enablement levers – will generate significant returns and power the ongoing diversification and transformation of the GCC economy,” Huda Al-Lawati, Founder and CEO of Aliph Capital, said.
Aliph will help mid-size companies to accelerate growth and scale up by helping founders adopt technology platforms and tools to grow revenues, optimize operations, and cut costs.
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