Egypt Offers 30% in 7 State Hotels to GCC Funds

Egypt Offers 30% in 7 State Hotels to GCC Funds

The Sovereign Fund of Egypt (TSFE) is finalizing a deal to offer a 30% stake in the holding company that owns 7 state-owned hotels to GCC funds and investors during the first quarter of 2023, Invest-Gate reports.

According to a government official, the offered hotels include the Cairo Marriott Hotel, the Aswan Cataract Hotel, Mena House El-Haram, the Winter Palace Luxor, Cecil Alexandria, Mövenpick Aswan, and Elephantine Aswan.

Furthermore, an informed source reveals that TSFE is completing the evaluation before the offering.

Among those interested in the deal are GCC sovereign funds, including the Saudi Public Investment Fund.

The Egyptian government aims to offer some government assets to the private sector for acquisition. The government estimates the value of these assets at about $40 bn, to be offered over a period of 4 years, at an average of $10 bn each year.


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