All posts in " Saudi Arabia "

Saudi Arabia in Search of Cash

By admin / October 25, 2017

QUESTION: I read your blog about the Saudi’s potentially selling a large private equity position from China in Aramco rather than accessing the public markets. You have pointed out the need for the Saudi’s to modernize their economy to be less dependent on oil income and to monetize that resource for capital improvements/diversification, but how […]


Insurers sue Saudi Arabia for 9/11

By admin / March 30, 2017

Several major insurers have launched a new attempt to sue Saudi Arabia for 6 billion dollars for the September 11, 2001 attacks. One wonders had Hillary been elected and Saudi Arabia was a major contributor to the Clinton Foundation to support women and gay rights (outside of their own country), would this have taken place? […]


Trouble in Saudi Arabia

By admin / May 11, 2016

Political instability is rising in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi king has fired his longtime Secretary of Energy and the head of the central bank has been replaced. The royal family is now fighting to sustain power. The fall in the price of oil is having a political impact within the power structure of Saudi Arabia. Eventually, […]