- Hof Capital Ggi Fund (Cayman) Filing. Onsi Sawiris Submitted Jan 19 form D
- The D form was filed by Onsi Sawiris Managing Director and Director. The company was incorporated in 2015. The filler's address is: 100 11Th Avenue, Suite 20A, New York, Ny, New York, 10011.
- Refugee Crisis Moves Orascom Telecom CEO to Action
- Orascom Telecom CEO Naguib Onsi Sawiris discusses his wanting to buy a Greek island to house refugees and thoughts on Europe's actions towards migrants. He speaks with Francine Lacqua and Manus Cranny on Bloomberg Television's “The Pulse.
- Sawiris gift to UChicago expands support for international students
- The University of Chicago is creating the Onsi Sawiris Scholars Program to provide funding for academically gifted students from schools in Egypt.
- Egyptian billionaire wants to buy island for refugees
- Naguib Onsi Sawiris, a prominent Telecoms billionaire, said buying an island for refugees was a feasible option in an interview with Agence France Press. “You have dozens of islands which are deserted and could accommodate hundreds of thousands of ...
- Egyptian Billionaire Nassef Sawiris Emerges as Top Adidas Investor
- The Sawiris family is most widely known for being Egypt's richest family and for owning the Orascom Group, originally founded by the family's patriarch, Onsi Sawiris, in 1950. After its booming success, Onsi decided to split Orascom Group into three ...
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