AlShall is a financial and economic consulting firm and a full-service investment management company . Since its inception In Kuwait in 1981, the company and its affiliates have closed, assisted or managed multi-billion dollar assets internationally. AlShall’s reputation as a prudent investor and asset manager dates back to 1982, when it was able to steer away from the Kuwait Stock Exchange crash dubbed “Al Manakh Crisis”.

In 1984 the company launched the first KSE value index, and later through its affiliate in Qatar, it launched the Qatari AlShall Index. The indices together with the Weekly AlShall Economic Report remain an indispensible reference for Investors and financial analysts in the region.

In October 2008, AlShall Morocco Consulting & Investments (AlShall Morocco) was created to match foreign investors with investment opportunities in Morocco. The company’s offices are located in the capital city of Rabat, Morocco.

An asset manager with proven experience in the global markets, AlShall is well suited to decide on, place, and manage investments due to the experience and expertise of its principals and staff. Armed with nearly 250 years of collective experience in investment management, private equity and real estate development Internationally, AlShall Morocco has identified especially attractive investment opportunities in Morocco that include:

Economic Indicators

Morocco’s GDP growth was 5.0 percent in 2009. Although the figures have not yet been certified, a slight lower growth is expected for 2010. The decreased growth rate from 2008 of 5.6% is mainly attributed to the international economic downturn which has slowed exports especially in the textile and automobile industries.

Inflation ( Consumer Prices )

Through a foreign exchange rate anchor and well-managed monetary policy, Morocco has held inflation rates to industrial country levels over the past decade. Inflation was 2% in 2007, but did spike to 3.9% in 2008 as a result of rising international commodity prices. In 2009 the figure is estimated to be no more than 2%.
The June 2009 the International Monetary Fund (IMF) study on Morocco concluded the following: “Moreover, inflation is low, the financial system is robust, and the fiscal situation is largely under control, while the mission noted the importance of continuing to ensure the medium-term sustainability of the public debt.

Trade Agreements

Free Trade Agreement with the US
Free Trade Agreement with EU
Trade agreement with Middle East countries
Free Trade Agreement with Turkey

Economic reform

Morocco has implemented several economic reforms since 1980 to bolster the country’s microeconomic balance and accelerate its integration into the world marketplace. The measures are boosting per capita income, lowering fiscal and current account deficits and are credited with subduing the country’s rate of inflation to less than 2 percent in 2009.
Reforms have modernized the stock market, eased the availability of credit, repealed the nationalization law (a measure that imposed rigid hiring practices and other restraints on foreign-held businesses), revised laws that regulate corporations, relaxed foreign trade and exchange systems, protected intellectual property rights, established commercial law courts, and opened all economic sectors to foreign investment.

Major International treaties

Morocco is a signatory to international agreements on the non-proliferation of biological weapons, chemical weapons, and nuclear weapons as well as various other international agreements on civil aviation, customs cooperation, human rights, and intellectual property. Notable agreements on the environment include the following: biodiversity, climate change (including the Kyoto Protocol), desertification, endangered species, hazardous wastes, marine dumping, ozone layer protection, ship pollution, wetlands and whaling

Mr.Adil Hajjoubi

is the managing partner for AlShall Morocco. In this capacity, he serves as a key participant in sourcing, negotiating and structuring all investments and formulating investment strategy for the company. Mr. Hajjoubi has over twelve years experience in advising Fortune 500 companies such as PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Merck, GlaxoWelcome, Universal Studios and ConocoPhillips in the areas of Business Intelligence and Strategic Planning……..

Mr.Walid Keilani

is co-founder of the AlShall Group, USA (Group), and the president of its real estate arm, ASG Real Estate Company. Mr. Keilani is also the Senior Financial Adviser to the Alshall Group of Kuwait, the parent company for the Group in the USA.. He is an economist with experience in financial restructuring, asset management, and feasibility studies………