Seven Solutions Acquires an Undisclosed Minority Share in SVN Capital

8 Jun 2023 | Press Releases

Seven Solutions acquires an undisclosed minority share in SVN Capital, one of the fastest-growing investment firms in the GCC.

Seven Solutions has added to its already impressive portfolio of brands by acquiring a minority share in the investment firm SVN Capital.

Seven Solutions already boasts its decorated corporate insurance brokerage, Seven Insurance Brokers, as well as the renowned HR and payroll software, Emirates HR – awarded HR Software of the Year 2022 by Entrepreneur Magazine Middle East.

“The alignment with an industry heavyweight like Seven Solutions will further accelerate the growth of SVN Capital. We only need to look at the pillars of this industry on the Seven Solutions board to get an insight into the value they will bring”, says SVN Capital CEO Stefan Terry.

SVN Capital Offices

Seven Solutions Chairman Mark Nutter explains why this arrangement adds huge value to the Group:

“I was first introduced to [SVN Capital CEO] Stefan Terry by one of my business partners and was immediately impressed by the new perspective he wanted to bring to the investment world. After spending time looking under the hood, I knew that SVN Capital was a firm that we wanted to be a part of. Together, the future is very exciting for our valued clients and our staff.”

SVN Capital continues to cement its claim to offer the most diverse investment range in the industry, providing expertise in both market and non-market-correlated asset classes.

Main picture: Seven Solutions Chairman, Mark Nutter and SVN Capital CEO, Stefan Terry.

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