A Netherlands-based investment group, focused on three sectors: Real Estate, Water Infrastructure and Retail Lending.

The company holds 54% of Tahal Group International - an Israeli engineering company specializing in water and waste-water systems.

Tahal has developed the master plan for Jerusalem's waste-water treatment system. When completed, this system will serve the north-eastern settlement neighborhoods of Jerusalem (Neve Ya'akov and Pisgat Ze'ev), and settlements in the city's surroundings, such as: Giv’at Ze’ev and Beithar IilitMa’aleh AdumimAdamAnatot and Mitzpeh Yericho.

Tahal's plan includes the construction of a sewage treatment plant in the area of Nabi Mussa in the Occupied Jordan Valley. A 200 dunam plot of Palestinian land will be used for aerated lagoons. Additional facility that was integrated into the plan - the Og reservoir, is used as a reservoir for treated effluent for date trees irrigation within settlement farms in the occupied Jordan Valley.