Terri Roberts


Our team is comprised of a group of investment and financial/banking professionals with a combination of local and international experience and exposure to a variety of industry sectors and asset classes. As an independent enterpreneur, you know where you want to go. We're committed to helping you get there by empowering your path to pursue your business goals. Purchasing the assets your growing business needs, whether they be vehicle, equipment or machinery, can be a gruelling process. The Fund Management team specializes in developing and managing funds in the MENA region.

We can take the stress off and let you focus on the important things. Obtaining the finance your business needs can sometimes be difficult. We aim to make everything simple, quick and transparent. Our policy of focusing and developing the quality of our product offering rather than adopting a quantity-based approach has helped facilitate and secure our continued growth even in recent times of global economic hardship. The careful consideration and conservative approach that we apply to each and every loan, and our policy of brokering riskier loans to other companies has opened up new income streams and helped diversify our product offering, meaning more secure investments for our loyal clients. Need a little support? Looking for a lot? Tailored repayments to meet business cycle requirements ?

Whatever level of support and education you need to help pursue your financial goals, you'll find it at Al-Seed Investment Investment Company. We deliver an extensive array of education and services to empower your trading or investing plan. With so many options available to fund your business, including grants, loans or family money, knowing where to start can be complex. If you're planning on starting a business, chances are you'll need some form of capital, which simply refers to the money that finances your business. One reason for the failure of many small businesses is that they undercapitalize their business. Therefore, it is important that you know how much money you will actually need to start and to run your business until you reach your break-even point- the point when your sales revenue equals your total expenses.