Significant money could be made from undervalued energy companies this year, writes Matein Khalid, fund manager in a royal investment fund.
Finance experts say global economic optimism is misplaced, with one exception – the UAE
In the last of the property series, Meghna Pant, features editor of Gulf Business, examines the real estate performance of the Middle East and global markets.
Business education will never be the same again writes Professor Alex Scott, director of teaching and learning, Edinburgh Business School, Dubai Campus
There’s a new IT girl in town this week, and her name is property, writes Meghna Pant, features editor of Gulf Business.
Forget batting down the hatches for Ramadan, Dubai’s back and busier than ever, writes Alicia Buller, editor of Gulf Business
The behemoth Indian real estate market is said to be at the brink of a collapse that isn’t quite happening.
Dubai Property oversupply is vanishing fast, says Peter Cooper, editor of Arabianmoney.net
GCC companies must reorganise their activities rather than hibernate during summer, writes leadership expert, Tommy Weir.
India’s growth story seems to be losing its glimmer, writes Matein Khalid, a fund manager in a royal investment office.
New Forms of Philanthropy Offer Beneficiaries a “Hand up,” not just a “Handout”, says Justin Sykes.
Abu Dhabi shelled out close to $1 billion on Manchester City’s Barclays Premier League title, writes Neil Churchill
The UAE only needs to make small changes to become a paradise for small businesses, says Nigel Sillitoe, MD of Insight Discovery
The turmoil in the Arab region will affect Beirut’s financial sector, says Matein Khalid, fund manager in a royal investment office.
An engaged workforce will help you get ahead in 2012, says Dr. Tommy Weir, advisor on emerging market leadership.
Big brand companies are led by leaders with a strong personal brand, writes leadership expert, Tommy Weir
Investors are advised to go bearish, says Matein Khalid, advisor in a royal funds office
The systemic risk in GCC private equity funds was grossly underestimated by investors who assumed that the region’s equity and property bubbles would last forever.
No matter the concessions to regional unrest, controlled state economies may not offer a solution in a networked global economy with unfettered capital markets.
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