Investcorp launches “Investcorp Investment Seminars” at the BIBF

5 Dec 2021

Investcorp, a leading global provider and manager of alternative investment products, today announced its partnership with the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF). Investcorp will be launching the “Investcorp Investment Seminars”, a series of educational investment sessions that are uniquely designed to provide participants with a platform to develop their knowledge in the alternatives space and enhance their capabilities to navigate the increasingly challenging global marketplace.

Aimed at finance students and investment professionals, the Investcorp Investment Seminars will take place at the BIBF headquarters located at Bahrain Bay, commencing in December 2021. They will offer a variety of sessions covering alternative investments and portfolio management, private equity, real estate, and absolute return investments as well as credit management.

The sessions will be hosted by Investcorp’s Co-Chief Executive Officers, Rishi Kapoor, and Hazem Ben-Gacem, followed by a series hosted by senior members of the team.

Commenting on the Programme, Mohammed Al Sada, Head of Bahrain and Kuwait for Investcorp’s Private Wealth, said: “One of our core beliefs at Investcorp is enriching the lives of future generations and we have always been committed to empowering youth. We are delighted to be partnering with BIBF and host the “Investcorp Investment Seminars” which will serve as a platform to further sharpen and develop the knowledge, skills and talents of future generations in Bahrain.”

On her part, the Head of BIBF’s Banking and Finance Centre Ms. Zeeba Askar said, “We are delighted to partner with Investcorp, leading global provider and manager of alternative investment products, who will deliver a series of investment seminars, in alignment with the BIBF’s strategic objective to partner with leading companies to deliver high impact programmes that will reskill and upskill the human capital in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Such initiatives will directly tackle the development of human capital as part of the recently announced Economic Recovery Plans”.