Emirates Investment Authority
|United Arab Emirates|
Transparency Rating: 3
Firm Investment Style: Mixed
It is a fund that is mandated to manage the sovereign wealth of the United Arab Emirates federal government. Established in November 2007 by Emiri decree, the Emirates Investment Authority (EIA) is the first federal sovereign wealth fund for all seven states comprising the United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm al-Quwain).
The Emirates Investment Authority is the sole entity responsible for the future stewardship of federal government stakes in over 30 corporations across the GCC, including Etisalat, Du, Gulf International Bank, United Arab Shipping Company and Gulf Investment Corporation.
Strategy & Objectives
The objective of the EIA is to achieve attractive financial returns and diversify the government’s asset exposure by cultivating sovereign funding arrangements in tandem with first-class investment opportunities in the public and private markets of the GCC and overseas.
Investments can be broken out by:
- Legacy Investments
- Private Equity
- Indirect Investments
The EIA has a Board of Directors that reports to the Cabinet of the UAE Federal Government.
Major Direct Foreign Investments (Private/Public)
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