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Historical Milestones

2020

Royal Decree 61/2020 to establish Oman Investment Authority by merging the State General Reserve Fund and Oman Investment Fund.

2018

  • Establishment of Space Communications Technology (SCT)
  • Establishment of Oman Infrastructure Fund (Rakiza)

2017

  • Establishment of Oman Energy Development (OED)

2015

  • First direct investment in mining field with the acquisition of a %29 stake in Kenmare Resources, that specializes in mining of heavy minerals like titanium, ilmenite and zircon in Mozambique
  • Opening of first international Representative Office in Dar es Salam, Capital of Tanzania

2016

  • Establishment of Mineral Development Oman (MDO)
  • Establishment of Marafi

2014

  • Approving the investment strategy of the fund and taking local initiatives aiming to promote and motivate projects that have strategic dimensions through partnerships with international economic groups in various industrial, service, and logistics fields
  • Establishment of ASAAS

2013

  • Approving the regulation and corporate governance of the fund
  • Expansion of the short -term assets portfolio to cover deposits in local banks
  • Expanding the global bond portfolio to include emerging markets and instruments (sukuk)
  • Approving the SGRF new organizational structure
  • Formation of Asset Management Department
  • Formation of specialized departments for Risk & Compliance, Internal Audit and Corporate Communications

2012

Issuance of Royal Decree number 28/2012 appointing Abdulsalam Al Murshidi as Executive President of SGRF

2011

  • Establishment of Oman India Joint Investment Fund (OIJIF)

2010

Establishment of the Uzbek Oman Investment Joint Venture (UOI)

2008

Establishment of Vietnam Oman Investment (VOI)

2006

First type of direct investment of the fund in Private Equity by acquisition of 6.1% of AWAS shares. AWAS is an Irish company operating in the aviation field.

2004

The first direct investment in real estate after the acquisition of Regent Wharf property in London, United Kingdom

1998

Establishment of Oman National Investment company (Tanmia) a local initiative

1980

The establishment of State General Reserve Fund pursuant to Royal Decree 1/1980

OIA invests in more than 35 countries worldwide.The fund allocates between 65%-%-85% of its assets in Public Markets (tradable) and between15% - 35% in Private Markets (non-tradable).

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The average annual returns has reached 7% since establishment

 

Asset Actual (%)
Equities 31%
Multi Assets 2%
Global Bonds 14%
Short Term Assets 18%
Public Market 65%
PE Direct 11%
PE Funds 9%
Local Initiatives 2%
Private Equities 22%
RE Direct 6%
RE Funds 3%
Real Estate 9%
Private Market 31%
Liquidity Fund 4%
Total Fund 100%

OUR GLOBAL FOOTPRINT

Geographical distribution of private equity assets by region (2019)

  • North America (45%)
  • Developed Europe (19%)
  • Others (13%)
  • Asia and Pacific (11%)
  • Oman (7%)
  • EM Europe and Central Asia (5%)

OIA is passionate about recruiting, developing and retaining talented Omanis, to cultivate them into future leaders. Our investment strategy relies, above all, on the quality and experience of our professionals.


OIA has a juristic personality and an independent financial status. The governance structure of OIA consists of the following governing bodies:

  • OIA Regulative Body
  • Investment Committee
  • Human Resources Committee
  • Audit Committee:
  • Tenders Committee
  • Management Committee (MC)
  • IT Committee

Oman Investment Authority

Beach One Building - Level 5 and Level 4
Shati Al QurumP O BOX :188
Muscat P.C 100, Oman
T:+968 2474 5100

OIA Whistleblowing

Email:   whistleblowing@oia.gov.om
Tel:  : 24745700 

Audit Committee Chairman

Email:   AC.Chairman@oia.gov.om 

For general enquiries please email us at : info@oia.gov.om 


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