February 23, 2024

ADIO And Arte Capital Partnership To Boost Investment In Abu Dhabi

The Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) recently announced a collaboration with Hong Kong-based ARTE Capital, to set up its RHQ In Abu Dhabi
ADIO and ARTE Capital join forces to foster investment in Abu Dhabi

The Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) recently announced a collaboration with Hong Kong-based ARTE Capital, one of Asia’s leading asset managers, to set up its regional headquarters in Abu Dhabi. This partnership announcement will also aid in a US$1Bn fund for Chinese companies expanding to the Middle East.

Industry sources added that the strategic partnership announcement was done during Abu Dhabi Finance Week 2023, as this initiative builds on Abu Dhabi’s position as a leading global financial hub. It will open the latest avenues for Chinese companies to establish operations in the UAE capital and wider region.

Industry sources also added that ADIO will offer a range of growth-enabling support to ARTE Capital Middle East and this will lead to the Abu Dhabi expansion of companies through the ARTE China-Arab Strategic Fund. The Fund launched at the time of expanding UAE-China economic ties, with non-oil bilateral trade growing by 18% in 2022 to $72 billion.

Industry sources added that ARTE Capital Middle East will be based at Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) and is regulated by the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) to manage assets and investment funds, arrange deals and credit, and provide advisory services. The firm also focuses on raising a US$1 billion ARTE China-Arab Strategic Fund for investment in Chinese companies planning to expand to the Middle East. This fund will be managed by ARTE Capital in ADGM and backed by ARTE Capital Group’s investors.

Badr Al-Olama, Director General of ADIO

Badr Al-Olama, Director General of ADIO, stated: “Abu Dhabi is the gateway for Chinese companies to new markets and new frontiers in the region. As UAE-China economic ties continue to boost, a wealth of new expansion opportunities for Chinese companies will unfold. ADIO’s collaboration with ARTE Capital will facilitate and accelerate this growth and enable more Chinese companies to thrive in Abu Dhabi and the MENA region.”

Ethan Chan Founder & Chairman Of ARTE Capital Group-Image Credit-Arte Capital Group

Ethan Chan, Chairman of ARTE Capital Group, stated: “Both the FSRA license and the MOU with ADIO are significant milestones for ARTE. ADGM has positioned itself well as an international financial hub for the Middle East region, and we look forward to working with Abu Dhabi Global Markets, ADIO and the sovereign wealth funds that have supported our platform over the years. We see a rapidly growing demand for asset management and investment banking services in the Middle East region, which is the reason why we took this strategic step to cater to the needs of our clients.”

Mr. Chan adds further that “ARTE is proud to declare ADGM as its Middle East headquarters, with robust support from the ecosystem. With support from ADIO, ARTE will connect Middle East capital with Chinese enterprises, enabling them to expand their business locally in the Middle East region and allowing our friends in the Middle East to invest in exciting opportunities.”


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