Al Waha Fund hosts a unique platform of value creation that offer supports to not only its portfolio of fund managers, but also its stakeholders, partners, and entrepreneurs.
Al Waha Fund’s limited partners can help support our fund managers and their underlying portfolio companies with partnerships, co-investment opportunities, and expansion into new markets.
Tamkeen is a governmental organization in Bahrain established in 2006. It provides an integrated range of programs to create a solid foundation for a modern economy – such as grants, financial solutions, training and advisory services addressing the key challenges facing Bahrainis and businesses in the private sector throughout their different developmental stages, enhancing the entrepreneurship ecosystem in the Kingdom.
Mumtalakat is the sovereign wealth fund of Bahrain. Mumtalakat was established in 2006 as a holding company to manage 29 commercial assets on behalf of the Government. With assets valued at USD15.4 billion, Mumtalakat invests in and for Bahrain, playing an important role in the national economy through its strategic assets while seeking commercially-viable investment opportunities in growth sectors domestically and internationally.
Osool Asset Management BSC© (Osool) fosters the focused vision of an independent, fully-fledged asset management Company. Its objectives are to deal in financial instruments as principal and agent, to provide management and advisory services relating to those financial instruments, and to direct collective investment undertakings.
Batelco has played a pivotal role in the country's development as a major communications hub and today is the leading integrated communications’ provider, continuing to lead and shape the local consumer market and the enterprise ICT market. Batelco has been growing overseas via investing in other market-leading fixed and wireless operators, with indirect investments across 14 geographies.
Since its establishment in 1957 as Bahrain’s first locally-owned bank, NBB has been enriching the lives of generations. From the largest network of branches and ATMs in Bahrain to advances in omni-channel banking, NBB is paving the way for innovation and convenience for its customers and the region.
Set up in 1992, the Bahrain Development Bank is a specialist financial institution focused on financing and development of small and medium-sized businesses in Bahrain. Working in line with the Bahrain Vision 2030, the bank adopts a dynamic and effective strategy for stimulating entrepreneurial activity, recognizing the crucial role played by SMEs in enhancing the local economy.
Al Waha Fund is part of Bahrain’s dynamic start-up eco-system where our stakeholders can help support fund managers and entrepreneurs with company expansion and eco-system engagement.
The Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB) is an investment promotion agency with overall responsibility for attracting investment into the Kingdom and supporting initiatives that enhance the investment climate.
StartUp Bahrain is a dedicated ecosystem for innovative digital start-ups, powered by aspiring entrepreneurs, corporates, accelerators, incubators, educational institutions, and the Bahrain government.
The Central Bank of Bahrain ('CBB') is a public corporate entity responsible for maintaining monetary and financial stability in the Kingdom of Bahrain. It is also the single integrated regulator of Bahrain's financial industry.
Bahrain FinTech Bay is the leading FinTech hub in MENA, dedicated to enabling, fostering and ultimately building a complete FinTech ecosystem, driving innovation and future-proofing Bahrain’s financial services industry. Bahrain FinTech Bay partners with governmental bodies, financial institutions, corporates, consultancy firms, universities, associations, and FinTech start-ups to bring the full spectrum of financial market participants and stakeholders together.