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International Insights: Acquiring a Company in a Gulf Cooperation Council Country
Jan. 31, 2018

 

M&A activity in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries has been robust since 1999. More than 5,200 transactions with a value of $573 billion have been announced since that time. Strategic buyers and private equity investors are attracted to the GCC for reasons including economic growth, infrastructure investment, regulatory restructuring, and availability of capital.

This recorded webinar provides an executive briefing on key economic issues, regional investment insights, and tax developments as well as their impact on the M&A environment in the GCC. Topics include:

  • Key reforms being enacted by each GCC country
  • Economic outlook for each GCC country
  • Rules and insights that foreign investors must know
  • GCC industries that may be particularly attractive to investors
  • How key trends and developments may affect the M&A market
Presented By
Saad Maniar, Partner, Crowe Horwath (United Arab Emirates)
Mohamed Raoof, Horwath Kuwait Consulting W.L.L. (Kuwait)

Abdullah Al Azem, Al Azem & Al Sudairy (Saudi Arabia)

 

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