September 25, 2022

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Maktoum bin Mohammed announced the list of "TECOM" in the Dubai Financial Market

Maktoum bin Mohammed announced the list of “TECOM” in the Dubai Financial Market

Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Governor, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of Dubai, has announced the addition of the TECOM Group to the Dubai Financial Market. Markets in Dubai and its efforts to double the value of transactions and markets, financial markets in the emirate will reach three trillion dirhams. The President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai aims to improve the financial markets and stock markets in the Emirate.

His Excellency Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum noted, “Tecom’s portfolio is diversified and represents a globally successful model for commercial parks,” adding that the group achieves strong results, meaning that its merger adds to the best. Diversity for the Dubai financial market.

Over the past decades, TECOM has played a key role in various key sectors and sectors and has become a key partner in Dubai’s economic diversification process. The Group’s largest portfolio enjoys unlimited growth opportunities, embracing its diversified investments in many sectors and advanced business models at strategic and operational levels. The inclusion of this type of company supports the financial markets in Dubai because it provides additional value and promising opportunities for investors.

TECOM Group, a member of Dubai Holdings, is actively involved in the comprehensive renaissance of Dubai, especially in the economic spheres. , Dubai Knowledge Park, Dubai International Academic City, Dubai Science Park, Dubai Design District and Dubai Industrial City.

In addition to thousands of emerging and medium-sized companies, the group also maintains the regional headquarters of a large number of companies, numbering more than 6,500, including global names such as “Google”, “CNN” and “Unilever”. Managed by a group of over 95,000 creators and entrepreneurs.

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Being active in the fields of information technology, media, science, education, design and key and promising, the Group’s business parks form the basis of the process of diversifying the economy. Industry.

It is noteworthy that the Dubai financial market has seen a great momentum in the past, following the announcement of several strong lists, except that it was approved by the Summit for the Development of Capital Markets and Transactions in Dubai. Initiatives aimed at supporting the trading movement in the stock market, 10 companies of leading government and semi-government companies and announced the introduction of the Market Maker Fund to promote trading in the stock market.

The summit’s strategy for the next phase will include the creation of a panel to oversee the market and special courts for capital markets in Dubai, which will improve the emirate’s position as one of the region’s most valuable business hubs. Globally, it has been a major hub for business and finance for decades, especially in light of the key elements of diversity at the infrastructure and law level.


Maktoum bin Mohammed:

«TECOM portfolio is diversified and represents a globally successful model for commercial parks.

“The Group achieves strong results and its merger will add great diversity to the Dubai Financial Market.”


■ (Communities) include: Dubai Internet City, Dubai Outsourcing, Dubai Media, Dubai Studios, Dubai Production, Dubai Knowledge, Dubai Academy and Dubai Science Dubai Design and Dubai Industrial City.

The team is active in the fields of information technology, media, science, education, design and industry. The “TECOM” group includes 10 major commercial parks. TECOM is headquartered in 6,500 companies and employs 95,000 creative staff and entrepreneurs.

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