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GCC Hospitality Industry to witness steady growth after sharp post pandemic recovery, says Alpen Capital

GCC Hospitality Industry to witness steady growth after sharp post pandemic recovery, says Alpen Capital

DUBAI – August 3, 2022: Alpen Capital’s latest hospitality sector report for the GCC projects the industry will return to pre-pandemic levels in 2022, registering a 74.8% year-on-year growth and reaching a revenue of USD 26.3 billion. It adds the industry is expected to grow with a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.6% up to 2026.

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GCC Insurance Industry to witness a pickup in growth, forecasts Alpen Capital

GCC Insurance Industry to witness a pickup in growth, forecasts Alpen Capital

DUBAI – Feb 8, 2022: UAE-based investment banking advisory firm, Alpen Capital, launched its latest GCC Insurance Industry report on Tuesday, 8th February. The report provides a comprehensive overview of the GCC insurance sector and outlines the outlook, recent trends, growth drivers and challenges in the sector. It also profiles some of the renowned insurance companies in the region.

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Alpen Capital finds Sri Lanka’s banking and NBFI sector resilient despite challenges

Alpen Capital finds Sri Lanka’s banking and NBFI sector resilient despite challenges

Comprehensive report on Sri Lanka’s financial services sector

DUBAI – July 15, 2021 – Alpen Capital (ME) Limited has announced publication of its report on Sri Lanka banking and non-banking financial institutions (NBFI) sector report for the year 2021. The report highlights resilience and competitiveness of both the sectors despite challenges exacerbated by the pandemic, with new and emerging opportunities to capitalize on.

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