General Investment Authority
General Investment AuthorityImproving the investment climate and enhance support structures
The SAGIA was established by the Saudi government on 10 April 2000 as part of measures to formalize the process of economic liberalization. KIA is responsible for managing the investment environment in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Based on its vision to be a pioneer in developing quality investments that facilitates sustainable development, the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) is responsible for following up and assessing investment performance, alleviating the difficulties encountered by investors, conducting studies and research and drafting executive plans to stimulate local investments. AGIA utilizes its capacities in order to improve the investment climate and enhance support structures. It also seeks to constantly elevate services through its human resources, effective partnerships and continuous interaction with investors.
The Investment Authority presented the competition for the establishment and development of its administrative headquarters in Dammam and the contract was awarded to Specification Est for contracting .