Global innovations.
Regional knowledge.

Our leadership team has considerable experience working in major global markets and has the foresight and vision to connect innovative technologies with regional opportunities. Along with access to subject matter experts, we take into account the region’s cultural customs and idiosyncrasies that need to be navigated to succeed in the Middle East.

Abdulla Almoayed

is a serial entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Tarabut Gateway (TC) – the first and largest company licensed open banking platform in MENA. Abdulla has been a key figure in driving digital transformation across Bahrain and the wider region. He worked closely with the Central Bank of Bahrain to pioneer the Kingdom’s open banking regulation. Now, through TG, he focuses on projects that will help reposition the region as the leading hub for innovative companies to come and test their technologies. He is a strong advocate for putting data ownership into the hands of the consumer and increasing access to financial services through emerging technologies.
Previously Abdulla spent 15 years investing in various sectors, before taking over parts of his family’s investment business. From this, he established his own holding company, Almoayed Technologies – a privately-owned, venture-minded investment vehicle focused on large-scale infrastructure projects aimed at accelerating MENA’s digital transformation. It invests in game-changing companies across Fintech, Healthcare, Education, Logistics, and Cybersecurity – one of which was TG. Abdulla holds an MBA from the London Business School and a BABM with Honours from the University of Westminster, London.

Abdulla Almoayed

is a serial entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Tarabut Gateway (TC) – the first and largest company licensed open banking platform in MENA. Abdulla has been a key figure in driving digital transformation across Bahrain and the wider region. He worked closely with the Central Bank of Bahrain to pioneer the Kingdom’s open banking regulation. Now, through TG, he focuses on projects that will help reposition the region as the leading hub for innovative companies to come and test their technologies. He is a strong advocate for putting data ownership into the hands of the consumer and increasing access to financial services through emerging technologies.
Previously Abdulla spent 15 years investing in various sectors, before taking over parts of his family’s investment business. From this, he established his own holding company, Almoayed Technologies – a privately-owned, venture-minded investment vehicle focused on large-scale infrastructure projects aimed at accelerating MENA’s digital transformation. It invests in game-changing companies across Fintech, Healthcare, Education, Logistics, and Cybersecurity – one of which was TG. Abdulla holds an MBA from the London Business School and a BABM with Honours from the University of Westminster, London.