Capital Club, BFH sign partnership deal
Manama, November 3, 2013
Capital Club Bahrain and the Bahrain Financial Harbour (BFH) have joined forces in a partnership to position the club as the venue of choice for the kingdom’s business community.
The announcement was made at the club’s fourth anniversary celebration, co-sponsored by Standard Chartered Bank and Cadillac National Motor Company.
Signature Clubs International (SCI) continues to be responsible for the development and operation of the club, said a statement.
SCI was founded in 2005 and is owned by the Dubai-based investment and development firm Enshaa. It has major stakes in Capital Club Dubai, located in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and Capital Club (East Africa) located in Westlands, Nairobi.
Raza Jafar, SCI chairman and CEO of Enshaa, said: “As the Capital Club brand continues to build and grow globally, our alignment with key regional influencers, reinforces our commitment to business development, job creation and the value that we offer to our Members and key stakeholders in the countries that we operate.”
Dr Omar Al Mardi, managing director, Bahrain Financial Harbour Holding, added: “This new partnership is a testament to the vote of confidence not only for the Capital Club but also for the kingdom’s significant potential to regain its footing as a major player on the region’s business landscape.
"BFH looks forward to working closely with Capital Club Bahrain to further enhance the club’s offerings and member experience, positioning it as the venue of choice for the business community”. - TradeArabia News Service
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