Wednesday, July 24, 2024

38,344 new accounts in “Dubai Market” within 9 months


Brokerage firms in the Dubai Financial Market added 38,344 new investor accounts in the first nine months of this year. The number of new accounts fell by about 2.3% in the first 9 months, compared to 39,250 new accounts in the same period in 2022.

Last September, 3,526 new accounts, 4,295 accounts in August, 3,570 accounts in July, 4,246 accounts in June, 5,349 accounts in May, 4,246 accounts in April, 6,591 accounts in March, 3,436 accounts in February and 3,082 accounts were distributed in February. .

“Emirates NBD Securities” led the way in new investor accounts in the first nine months with 8,719 accounts, followed by “BHM Capital” with 7,206 accounts, then “Al Ramz Capital” with 6,297 accounts, followed by “Abu Dhabi Islamic Securities”. 4,375 accounts, “International Bonds” 3,024 accounts and “Mashreq Securities” 2,261 accounts.

“EFG Hermes – UAE” reached the eighth position with around 1,154 accounts, followed by “Abu Dhabi Commercial Securities” with around 941 accounts, “First Abu Dhabi Securities” with 786 accounts, “Arqaam Securities” with 714 accounts and “Sharjah Islamic”. Services” 552 accounts, HSBC Middle East 505 accounts, Shurooq Stocks and Bonds 505 accounts and Al Ansari Financial Services 382 accounts.

See also  US banks demand single action to protect Silicon Valley from bankruptcy contagion
Nadia Barnett
Nadia Barnett
"Award-winning beer geek. Extreme coffeeaholic. Introvert. Avid travel specialist. Hipster-friendly communicator."

Share post:


More like this

Embrace the Adventure: Discover Dubai’s Dune Buggy Tours

Introduction to the Dubai Dune Buggy Tour Buckle Up, Adventure...

Why Estonia is the Perfect Launchpad for Luxury Brands

The world of luxury fashion is synonymous with elegance,...

The Real Benefits of Being a VIP in the Online Casino Scene

Becoming a VIP can be a long process that...

The Evolution of Online Casino Bonuses: Trends and Future Predictions

Online casino bonuses have transformed from basic sign-up offers...