DME signs agreement with Dubai financial market

The financial market and the Dubai Mercantile Exchange penned down a collaboration agreement today, March 29, 2022.

Abu Dhabi, UAE: The financial market and the Dubai Mercantile Exchange penned down a collaboration agreement today, March 29, 2022. This agreement will jointly explore diversified financial products opportunities that cater to DFM’s large and diversified investors base, which exceeds 852 thousand investors.

The official Twitter handle of Dubai Media Office, providing the information, cites, “Financial Market and Dubai Mercantile Exchange sign a cooperation agreement to explore opportunities to develop new financial products that meet the needs of the huge and diversified investor base in the Dubai Financial Market, which exceeds 852,000 investors.” 

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Additionally, the Day 1 of the World Government Summit is going on in Dubai, attended by several global leaders. 

World Global Summit tweets, “The Cybersecurity in Aviation Forum, held on the first day of the World Government Summit 2022, will discuss the cybersecurity system in the sector’s development. The Forum will feature the participation of government officials and global decision-makers #WorldGovSummit.” 

“Maria Juliana Ruiz, First Lady of the Republic of Colombia, stressed during the work of the Women in Government Forum that successful societies are the ones that provide the opportunity for women to participate effectively in promoting sustainable development as the basis for change and progress.” 

Meanwhile, Suhail bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei – the Minister of Energy and Infrastructure, UAE, asserted that “energy security, sustainability, and affordability are very important issues to consider.” 

Another tweet from World Economic Forum cited, “We do not allow politics to interfere with how OPEC works because our goal in times of crisis is to maintain the stability of oil markets.”  

“The World Government Summit 2022 will host on its first day the Resilient Governments Forum, which examines the ability of resilient governments to achieve stability.” 

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“The Forum on Cyber Security in the Aviation Sector, which will be held as part of the activities of the first day of the World Government Summit 2022, will discuss the cybersecurity system in the aviation sector and its importance in the development of the sector, with the participation of high-level government and international figures.” 

 

Tariq Saeed

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