Tickmill announced the new branch opening at Emirates Financial Towers, Dubai, to strengthen its presence in the Middle East and North Africa region.
International broker for trading Forex and CFD financial derivatives, Tickmill, has expanded its presence in the MENA ((Middle East and North Africa) region by launching a new corporate branch in Dubai. The new entity has been regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA).
According to the official Tickmill website, the new office opening at Emirates Financial Towers will provide local traders access to more than 200 trading instruments on the platform.
Dubai is home to high-income individuals and institutional investors. The decision to expand into Dubai will broaden the client base as demand for online trading services increases in the region and Dubai's position as a financial center.
Tickmill's new office will be headed by Joseph Dahrieh and staffed by a multifunctional team that provides personal assistance and support to local traders. As country manager and market strategist, Joseph has been responsible for helping brands grow in the region for more than five years.
This expansion is a follow-up step after the company obtained a license from the authorities in Dubai and established a new subsidiary in the Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC). The Dubai license allows Tickmill to offer a wide range of FX and CFD products to retail and professional clients by extending its offerings to the UAE and other GCC countries, including Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and North Africa.
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