Key Facts

  • Business: Infrastructure and energy investments in Middle East and North Africa
  • Size: USD 300m
  • GP Sponsors: Fajr Capital, HSBC Bank Middle East and Waha Capital
  • Portfolio: Hajr Electricity Production Company and Sohar Power Company SAOG
  • Exits: Alexandria International Container Terminals and United Power Company
  • Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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MENA Infrastructure

MENA Infrastructure is a dedicated infrastructure asset manager established in the Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC) and regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA).

MENA Infrastructure invests in companies which own infrastructure assets with long economic lives and generate stable long-term revenues. MENA Infrastructure’s mandate enables its management team to invest across a wide spectrum of infrastructure sectors in the MENA region, including: power and water utilities, transportation, social accommodation and energy infrastructure.

Fajr Capital is a shareholder of the General Partner (GP) and co-sponsor of the MENA Infrastructure Fund, alongside HSBC Bank Middle East and Abu-Dhabi based Waha Capital.

Fajr Capital manages its investment in MENA Infrastructure through representation on the MENA Infrastructure Board of Directors by the firm’s CEO Iqbal Khan and Board Member Atilla Kurama.