Mongold has valuable shareholders such as Reuben Brothers, a leader in private equity, Melbury Capital, the firm that originally conceived of and developed Mongold and Arqaam Capital, a specialist emerging markets investment bank.
Reuben Brothers is a leader in private equity, real estate investment and development, and venture capital.
Investments include data centers, racecourses, pub companies, aerodromes, technology and media. Reuben Brothers’ resource portfolio includes energy investments, shipping vessels, and an expanding mining portfolio.
Also, the group’s real estate holdings are significant in scale and broadly diversified, encompassing office, retail, hotel, residential and infrastructure properties across the world.
Melbury Capital seeks to achieve superior returns through tailored, market specific investment strategies through private equity, limited to a small number of invited UHNWI and family offices.
The company’s strategy to manage and mitigate risks associated with investing in Foreign Markets by leveraging formidable relationships in the target country and with the use of strong, local and dedicated management teams.
Melbury was the firm that originally conceived of and developed Mongold
Arqaam Capital is a specialist emerging markets investment bank, bringing regional and international product offerings to the emerging markets.
Arqaam Capital’s role is to provide financial intermediation and create investment opportunities for emerging markets investors as well as international investors seeking opportunities in target emerging markets.