Company Overview of Dubai International Capital L.L.C.
Dubai International Capital L.L.C. is a private equity and venture capital arm of Dubai Holding LLC specializing in buyouts and growth capital. The firm prefers to invest in emerging growth. It typically considers investments in high growth opportunities in Europe with a focus on Western European regions and emerging markets with a focus on the Middle East including Gulf States. It typically invests in oil, gas, and consumable fuels; petrochemicals; water, sewer, and pipeline construction; warehousing and storage; marine and road rail transportation; airport services; highways and railtracks; marine ports and services; consumer durables and apparel; education services; healthcare; real estat...
Dubai International Financial Centre
The Gate, East Wing
P.O. Box 72888
United Arab Emirates
Founded in 2004
Key Executives for Dubai International Capital L.L.C.
Chief Executive Officer and Member of Board of Directors
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Dubai International Capital L.L.C. Key Developments
Dubai Capital May Acquire Doncasters
Oct 29 15
The management team of Dubai International Capital L.L.C. is in talks to buy out Doncasters Group Limited with financial backing from The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS) and The Blackstone Group L.P. (NYSE:BX), according to people with knowledge of the matter. The backers will partner with the DIC management team, led by Chief Executive Officer David Smoot, and hold an interest in a vehicle that will contain Doncasters, which is DIC's largest remaining asset, the people said. They may also provide capital for future investments, they said. Evercore Partners, Inc. is considered to be acting as financial advisor to DIC
Dubai International Capital In Talks To Sell Almatis To Oyak
May 29 15
Dubai International Capital L.L.C. is in advanced negotiations to sell Almatis GmbH to Ordu Yardimlasma Kurumu, people familiar with the matter said.
Dubai International To Reportedly Sell Almatis
Jan 11 15
Dubai International Capital L.L.C. plans to sell Almatis GmbH as demands for Almatis GmbH's products declined due to the decrease in global economy, MENA English (Middle East and North Africa Financial Network) reported citing Arabian Business.
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