Nasdaq Dubai and Misr for Central Clearing, Depository and Registry (MCDR) today signed a collaboration agreement to establish technical links, which would benefit companies wishing to dual list their shares on the Egyptian Exchange and Nasdaq D
Nasdaq Dubai has agreed with Egypt's securities clearing house to promote cross-listings of Egyptian firms' shares in Dubai, a sign of growing investment links between the two economies.
The deal between Nasdaq Dubai, the
Aafaq – Islamic Finance, a UAE-based leading Sharia'a-compliant financial institution, has carried out its first transaction on the Nasdaq Dubai Murabaha Platform, which provides Islamic financing services.
UAE-based Brokerage House Securities (BHS) has joined Nasdaq Dubai as an equities trading member, enabling its clients to access the region’s rapidly expanding international exchange directly for the first time.
ADIB Securities, the brokerage subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, has become an equities member of Nasdaq Dubai, connecting its customers to new trading opportunities on the region’s international exchange.
Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB), one of the leading national banks in the UAE, has joined Nasdaq Dubai’s Murabaha platform for Islamic financing.
With this move, SIB has become the first bank to join the facility since the offici
Damac, a leading property developer, today celebrated the listing of a $650 million sukuk on Nasdaq Dubai.
Hussain Sajwani, the executive chairman and chief executive of Damac, rang the bell to signal the listing.
Trading began in Emirates REIT today on Nasdaq Dubai following its initial public offering (IPO), in the first listing of a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) on an exchange in the GCC.
Emirates REIT raised $175 million in its IP
The United Arab Emirates' first real estate investment trust, Emirates REIT, said on Tuesday that it planned to raise at least 500 million dirhams ($135 million) through an initial public offer of its shares on the Nasdaq Dubai bourse.
GEMS Education today (January 28) marked the listing of a Dh735 million ($200 million) sukuk on Nasdaq Dubai, with its founder and chairman Sunny Varkey ringing the market opening bell at Dubai Financial Market (DFM).
The sukuk li