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Majlis Partners


We believe that the creation and preservation of wealth is first and foremost about living a life of principles and values. We seek Partners who wish to profit from commercial and financial integrity.


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Majlis Partners


We believe that the creation and preservation of wealth is first and foremost about living a life of principles and values. We seek Partners who wish to profit from commercial and financial integrity.


 

Knowledge Center

Majlis believes an informed partner is a good partner.  To that end the Majlis Partners Knowledge Center was established to offer thought leadership across a spectrum of issues and challenges faced by principals in the Region.  The Center imparts knowledge, skills and innovation in thought with a view of empowering owners of capital as they seek to increase their understanding of different issues and topics and improve their competencies.

Thoughts to Consider

Why Majlis Partners

Majlis is convinced that complexity from globalization needs to be countered with integrity, objectivity, and long-term alignment of interest. We work with a select group of Partners who recognize that greater connectivity and collaboration is required amongst owners of capital to fully exploit inefficiencies across geographies, asset classes, and capital structures.

By working with a limited number of like-minded partners with similar business ethics, wealth preservation goals, and investment objectives, we manage and enhance our reputations, financial and intellectual capital.

Our approach integrates history, knowledge, experience, judgment, relationships and information across disciplines in order to expand the potential return from a given opportunity or relationship.


CORPORATIONS

We are a unique source of competitive advantage Read More

FAMILY BUSINESSES

The entrepreneurial vision and energy of family businesses Read More

GOVERNMENTS

Organizational rigidity, complex government relationships, Read More

INSTITUTIONS

The market is a harsh disciplinarian. Market volatility, Read More

Message from the Founder

r_bush_tn Thank you for your interest in Majlis Partners. The world is changing rapidly, but our philosophy remains to consistently deliver best-in-class advice to our Middle Eastern-based clients who are interested in global and regional opportunities. We understand the value of leveraging multiple perspectives from the investment and financial community, but we believe an independent approach, backed by in-depth and often contrarian analysis is the most effective way to reduce risk, enhance return, and avoid getting caught in volatile market cycles.

On this website, you will find a wealth of resources, including research, publications, commentary, events, interviews, and recommended books on some of the most important economic and financial issues of the day, provided by some of the most relevant global authorities and experts. Founder's Corner




Corporate Governance Tips

  • Recognise corporate governance as an issue of importance within your organization. Be bold enough to hold up a mirror to internal corporate governance. What do you see?
  • Don’t put off tackling the corporate governance challenge within your organisation because of inertia, pre-occupation with making sales or opposition from entrenched people. If you do, an issue that is today’s headache may become tomorrow’s nightmare.
  • Boards of companies have to accept collective responsibility for risk and control within the organisation in addition to strategy and performance it is no longer tenable for Boards to believe that these fundamental issues can be delegated to the CEO and senior management.
  • Boards and senior management must act as role models setting the tone from the top. If the Board and executive committees do not run themselves professionally, with clear rules, effective processes, demonstrable accountability and publicised goals, how can the organization do so.
  • Test how effective corporate governance has become across subsidiaries. You may receive an unpleasant surprise. There is no excuse for weak corporate governance across companies within a Group structure, but this is a common failing.