Eagle & its US partners lead a JV to acquire two income generating class A institutional office buildings.

As part of its real estate investment strategy,]Eagle and its US based partners led a joint venture to acquire two income generating class A institutional quality office buildings totaling over 310,000 sq ft with a total value of approximately $70 million in the US.


At the time, more than 90% of the office buildings were occupied and leased to a diverse mix of high-quality tenants.


Eagle Investments adopts a sub sector agnostic approach and tends to focus on strong yield components in its real estate investments whilst taking a disciplined approach in identifying robust trends and market dislocations to invest in well-structured opportunities with commensurate risk/return. Eagle’s participation extends along the capital structure & favors robust assets with clear value add components and exit strategies. The focus is currently on U.S real estate in key niche submarkets.

To date, Eagle’s invested in real estate assets worth more than $200 million with its investments structured as both equity and/or debt underpinned by strong yields and superior risk/adjusted returns.

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Ahmed Mohammed Hassan


Ahmed is a General Manager and Finance Manager with National Industries Group Holding. Ahmed currently serves on several Boards including BI Group (UK), Porclad Group, NIC Building Materials, Kuwait Business Town, Markaz, and Iraq Holding Company. From 1982 – 1998, Ahmed was Financial Manager for NI Group. From 1977– 1979, Ahmed was a Partner and Audit Manager of Adil Al Ghanim & Partners. From 1977 – 1982, Ahmed was Financial Manager with Kuwait Asbestos Industries, a wholly owned subsidiary of NI Group. From 1970 – 1977, Ahmed was Chief Accountant with Kuwait Development and Trading Company. Ahmed holds a BA in Accounting from Shams University, Egypt.