Khatif Holding unit appoints new director
Kuwait, December 25, 2012
Khatif Consult, the consulting arm of Khatif Holding, a $50 million Kuwaiti based acquisition and venture capital company, has appointed Alaa Badran as the new director of its consultation services in Kuwait.
Badran brings along over 20 years of international professional experience in consultancy, risk management, financial analysis, feasibility studies, micro and SME project finance, modeling, auditing and training.
He comes with a diversified experience gained from working in projects of the World Bank and the European Investment Bank, a statement said.
“Being part of Khatif Consult’s team is a great opportunity to play a role in expanding the company’s services and market share in Kuwait and beyond,” Badran said.
“Khatif Consult caters to a significant group of key clients in the region, including multinationals, public companies, and high-net worth individuals, as well as big, medium and small sized enterprises.”
“Khatif Consult has been observing growing demand in its services, thus worked tactically in expanding its market presence in the Mena region recently. Our clients’ satisfaction with the standard of Khatif Consult’s services has been inspiring enough to further expand operations in the rest of the EMEIA region in the near future.
“Our broad client base comprises of multiple sectors in the GCC and worldwide, including real estate, construction, finance, telecommunications, IT, automotive, agriculture, food and beverage, healthcare, oil and gas to name a few,” he added.
Khatif Consult provides a wide range of contemporary services, including investment analysis, feasibility studies, business planning, project valuations, capital markets, risk management, corporate governance, compliance, human resources development advisory, and training.
The company’s operations cover Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt in the Mena region. – TradeArabia News Service
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