Capital Management House

Published May 30th, 2011 - 12:55 GMT

Capital Management House (CMH) is an Islamic investment bank incorporated in the Kingdom of Bahrain in May 2006 and regulated by the Central Bank of Bahrain. CMH’s shareholders include some of the most reputable Islamic financial institutions and investors from across the GCC region.

In December 2008, CMH successfully concluded a capital raising exercise increasing its paid in capital to $100 million and subsequently in March 2009 upgraded its licence to a wholesale investment banking licence. 

The Bank provides unique and creative solutions to clients’ financial and investment requirements through the offering of a broad range of services from private equity and venture capital to asset management, real estate and investment advisory. 

Since its establishment and, importantly, in spite of the challenging global economic conditions of recent years, CMH has continued to originate and close a steady flow of transactions across all of its lines of business. Since 2008 in particular, the Bank has concluded key transactions in sectors including: Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy, Power and Capital Markets. 

CMH continues to focus on its vision to be the investment bank of choice by maintaining a high level of integrity, diversity and product quality. In recognition of these characteristics and its market leadership, CMH has been awarded Best GCC Private Equity Firm 2010 by World Finance, the influential global business publication.