Iran Foreign Investment Company owns 10% of Sabafon Shares (Yemen Company)

Oil Stabilisation Fund fund was created to invest Iran’s oil revenues and act as a stabilizer against fluctuating oil revenues.

The investment arm is the IFIC, The Iran Foreign Investment Company. It was incorporated in March 1998 as a Private Joint Stock company with a mission to manage and expand Iranian holdings abroad.

A holding company, IFIC provides financing and financial services and makes investments around the world. IFIC has interests in energy, telecom and IT, banking, insurance, stock markets, industry, mining, oil, gas and petrochemicals, as well as new and future technologies.

Currently IFIC has ventures in different countries including Germany, Brazil, Egypt, Jordan, Sudan, Yemen, Namibia, Oman, United Arab Emirates and Armenia.

Major Direct Foreing Investments (Public):
1. Taageer Finance Company (Oman) – 12% Ownership

Major Direct Foreign Investments (Private):
1. Misr Iran Development Bank (Egypt) – 40.14% Ownership
2. Yemen Company for Mobile Telephony (Sabafon) (Yemen) – 10% Ownership
3. Injazat Technology Fund (UAE) – 10% Ownership

ifmat - sabafon shares

Sabafon - shareholders
Sabafon – Shareholders

Source » swfinstitute

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