Arab Investment Company (TAIC)
Société arabe d'investissement
1974-07-16 Riyadh Saudi Arabia
16 Jul 1974, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), by a special agreement signed by 7 Arab countries (Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and United Arab Emirates). Other Arab States joined the Company in 1975 (Iraq, Jordan, Libyan AJ, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Syrian AR, Tunisia) and in 1977 (Yemen). Later Lebanon and Algeria joined. Commenced operations in 1975. Previously also known under the acronyms AIC -- SAI.
Invest Arab funds to develop Arab resources in different economic sectors by initiating investment projects in different economic sectors based on sound economic and commercial criteria, in a manner that would support and develop the Arab economy.
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General Assembly (annual). Board of Directors, consisting of Chairman, Vice Chairman and 13 members. Chairman of the Board is Company's legal representative. Offshore Banking Unit (OBU) in Bahrain.
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