Fajr Capital is supported by a prominent and diverse set of shareholders, which include among others

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Abu Dhabi Investment Council

The Abu Dhabi Investment Council is an investment arm of the Government of Abu Dhabi. The Council started its operations in April 2007 and is responsible for investing part of the government’s surplus financial resources through a globally diversified investment strategy. It is also empowered to broaden Abu Dhabi’s economic base and to facilitate the international development of local companies.

Government of Brunei Darussalam Consortium

The Government of Brunei Darussalam is a shareholder in Fajr Capital through the Brunei Ministry of Finance and the Brunei Investment Agency, the government’s investing holding arm. The Ministry of Finance is responsible for the control and management of Brunei’s public finances. The Brunei Investment Agency’s guiding principle is to increase the real value of Brunei’s foreign reserves while pursuing a diverse investment strategy, with investments worldwide in both developed and emerging markets. The Assistant Managing Director of the Brunei Investment Agency, Mr. Junaidi Hj. Masri, also serves on the Fajr Capital Board of Directors.

Khazanah Nasional

Khazanah Nasional Berhad is the investment holding arm of the Government of Malaysia entrusted to hold and manage the commercial assets of the Government and to undertake strategic investments. Khazanah was incorporated under the Companies Act 1965 on 3 September 1993 as a public limited company. Khazanah has stakes in more than 50 companies with assets valued in excess of USD 25 billion. Khazanah is also the state agency responsible for strategic cross-border investments. The CFO of Khazanah Nasional, Mr. Mohd Izani Ghani, is also a member of the Fajr Capital Board of Directors.

Mohammed Alsubeaei & Sons Investments Company (MASIC)

MASIC is one of the leading private investment institutions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The company’s history dates back to 1933, when it was established as a trading house by two brothers – Mohammed and Abdullah Ibrahim Alsubeaei – in the holy city of Makkah. MASIC has played a key role in the establishment of several Islamic financial institutions in the region, including Bank Al Bilad, Jadwa Investment Company and Fajr Capital. Two senior members of MASIC, Mr. Nasser Alsubeaei and Mr. Abdulaziz Alsubeaei, also serve on the Fajr Capital Board of Directors..