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Bullishness and Savvy Thinking: How GCC Investors Are Making Waves in Uncertain Times

Why falling oil prices are turning savvy investors to foreign markets

At the close of last year, the real estate sector in the Middle East ended on a quiet note, and concerns have continually been raised that lowering oil prices are having a knock-on effect on the local property arena.

GCC investors are consequently looking towards more mature markets that can withstand the fluctuating price of oil, whilst also offering institutional grade products.

The emerging preference for property investment is in the US; a fact boosted by an enduringly strong dollar, and longstanding economic prowess.

The Centre for Economics and Business Research's World Economic League Table 2015 yet again saw the US at the top of the benchmark list of the world's strongest economies. Expected to retain this spot for at least the next decade, it remains a savvy choice for GCC investors wishing to diversify into more stable and secure locales.

"The US market continues to offer highly developed, secure investment opportunities, bound by strong corporate governance and protected by efficient local financial markets," notes Capital Assured Chairman Dominic Docherty.

"By concentrating on the upward trend of GCC investors investing in the US property market, we at Capital Assured are confident we will beat the local market trends for an investment slowdown - whilst simultaneously sending a strong message of confidence to our investors."

Capital Assured, a real estate investment, management and development firm, also today announced its appointment of Robin Titus as its new General Manager.

The appointment reflects Capital Assured's commitment to providing wealth creation and investment management services for its clients around the globe with a focus on providing resilient opportunities in the US.

"During times like this it's not hard to find capital: it's hard to find good quality opportunities, especially within the current global economic state," notes Mr Titus.

"The secret to a portfolio's success is continually sourcing a range of lucrative business opportunities - and our track record proves we have the ability to find good quality opportunities that protect wealth and generate income."

Mr Titus brings with him ten years of international market and investment experience from a leading deal facilitation company. His knowledge of bridging the gap between emerging and developed markets to protect wealth will see him grow Capital Assured's investment network in the US.

He will be based in the company's Dubai office supporting operations in Buenos Aires and London and the company's headquarters in Miami, Florida.

Capital Assured is driven by the desire to provide wealth protection and income generation for future generations. This is accomplished through real-estate investment, management and development. Capital Assured is headquartered in Miami, USA with offices in Dubai, UAE, London, UK and Buenos Aires, Argentina.



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