GFB Group provides leading investment solutions serving high-net worth clients in Bahrain and the Middle East. We were conceived as, and remain, a firm that is global in its outlook, attitude, and culture. The strong, long-term relationships we develop with our clients give them unmatched access to the diverse alternative investment products we offer. What’s more, GFB Holdings co-invest significantly with our clients across our business area. Many of our clients have also chosen to be shareholders of many of our investment projects; they feel pride and investment in, and ownership of our success.


Currently, we have a number of very interesting investment projects. These projects are open to individuals and companies who wants to become equity partners in very promising and successful projects.

If you are interested in knowing more about these opportunities, please fill the Busines Opportunities Enquiry form and one of our consultants will be in touch with you.


GFB Group will also consider investment opportunities in projects that fall within their domain of expertise.

If you have a business opportunity or project for GFB Group to invest in, please fill the Projects Investment form and one of our Investment officers will evaluate your project and get back to you.


The Kingdom of Bahrain is an Island country situated near the western shores of the Arabian Gulf. Bahrain has the fastest growing economy in the Arab world and is credited as the twelfth freest economy in the world based on the 2014 Index of Economic Freedom published by the Heritage Foundation.

Bahrain has many large financial institutions and is known as the business capital of the Gulf. With its highly developed communication and transport facilities, Bahrain is home to numerous multinational firms with business in the Gulf.  A large share of exports consists of petroleum product made from imported crude. Bahrain also has substantial aluminum production. Construction proceeds on several major industrial projects. Bahrain continues to be the freest economy in the Middle East/North Africa region, and its economic freedom score is well above the world average.


The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) was established on 25 May 1981 among Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and UAE in view of their special relations, geographic proximity. Presently it encompasses a total area of 2,672,700 The official language is Arabic.

The Gulf Cooperation Council launched common economic projects to promote and facilitate integration. The member states have cooperated in order to connect their power grids. A water connection project was launched and plans to be partly in use by 2020.  A project to create common air transport was also unveiled. 

Saudi Arabian Railways, Etihad Rail, and national governments have poured billions in railway infrastructure to create rail networks for transporting freight, connecting cities and reducing transport times.