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“Adding value to companies and partners through our management know-how. Generating sustainable wealth for Bahrain.”
Mahmood Hashem Al-Kooheji,  CEO, Mumtalakat
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Mumtalakat’s vision, as the investment arm of the Kingdom of Bahrain, is to grow the wealth of Bahrain.

We are a long term investor – we look to invest with partners who share our values and commitment to transparency and quality governance. We also recognise that many businesses and partners are looking for more than capital from investors – that they are also looking for relevant expertise.

Mumtalakat’s extensive expertise and understanding of the regional economy -with particular expertise in key sectors– mean that we can add value in addition beyond the provision of long term capital.

This reflects Mumtalakat’s approach. Adding value to companies and partners through our management know-how. Generating sustainable wealth for Bahrain.READ LESS
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WHO WE ARE
Mumtalakat is the investment company for the Kingdom of Bahrain, and was established in June 2006 by Royal Decree as an independent holding company for the government of Bahrain's key commercial assets. Mumtalakat was created to align and implement the execution of the government's initiatives to pursue value-enhancing opportunities, improve transparency and help achieve operational excellence for its commercial assets.
NEWS & MEDIA
Mumtalakat partners with Desert Adventures Tourism
6 May 2015 - Desert Adventures, has partnered with Mumtalakat to establish Bahrain’s first destination management company, it was announced this morning at Arabian Travel Market 2015
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Investcorp and Mumtalakat Acquire Nobel Learning Communities
30 March 2015 - Investcorp and Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company, today announced that they signed a definitive agreement to acquire Nobel Learning, a leading provider of private preschool through high school education in the United States, from Leeds Equity Partners.
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Euromoney GCC 2015: Interview with Mahmood Hashim Al Kooheji
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GCC is able to face decline in oil prices challenges
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