Abu Dhabi's Waha Capital in $34m H1 net profit

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Waha Capital CEO Salem Rashid Al Noaimi.

Waha Capital CEO Salem Rashid Al Noaimi.

Abu Dhabi's Waha Capital reported a net profit of 123.7 million dirhams ($33.68 million) for the first half of the year aided by growth in its portfolio companies, the company said in a statement on Thursday.

Waha, whose shareholders include Abu Dhabi government entities, did not provide any quarterly numbers or a comparable figure for its first half profit in the statement.

The company owns a stake in New York-listed aircraft lessor AerCap Holdings and UAE consumer finance company Dunia Finance among others.

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