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Saudi Arabia remains an attractive destination for investors despite a sudden crackdown on corruption that led to concerns about transparency, according to a top executive at asset management firm Investcorp Bank BSC.The firm, which aims to double its assets under management to $50 billion in five years, is betting on investors' fears being put to rest as the kingdom winds down the anti-corruption drive that led to dozens of princes and billionaires being detained in Riyadh starting in November. Investcorp now has over $21.4 billion in assets under management, spread over companies, real estate, alternative investments and credit management.
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