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ADQ invests $125m in female-led Aliph Capital

Aliph Capital, a female-led, GCC-centric private equity firm, has secured a $125 million investment for its maiden fund, Aliph Fund I (LP), from ADQ, an Abu Dhabi-based investment and holding company.

Aliph Capital, a female-led, GCC-centric private equity firm, has secured a $125 million investment for its maiden fund, Aliph Fund I (LP), from ADQ, an Abu Dhabi-based investment and holding company.

Based in Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), Aliph Capital is an alternative investment manager founded by Huda Al-Lawati, a private equity professional with over 20 years of experience in emerging markets. Aliph Fund I (LP) is a $250 million target private equity fund domiciled in ADGM aiming to invest in high quality mid-sized companies in the UAE and across the GCC to accelerate their expansion and growth trajectory.

Aliph Capital will seek to acquire sizeable, active positions in privately owned mid-market companies across the GCC that possess robust business fundamentals to realise attractive returns, through active ownership combined with strong value creation opportunities, institutional governance standards and digitalisation.

Aliph has the investment and operational expertise to accelerate growth and scale up in companies by helping founders adopt technology platforms and tools to grow revenues, optimise operations, and cut costs to ensure the long term sustainability of its portfolio companies to generate attractive returns.
 

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