- Move underscores belief in the Egyptian market
- Plays to boost UAE-Egyptian mutual economic and trade interests and relations
- Intended to help stimulate the flow of foreign investments into Egypt
Dubai, United Arab Emirates: AETOS Wire: SHUAA Capital, the United Arab Emirates-based integrated financial services firm, announced that it has formally begun discussions with Egyptian regulators for reintroducing its securities business into the Egyptian market.
As a stepping stone, SHUAA Capital’s Board of Directors has set a clear mandate targeting the Egyptian market for the expansion of the firm’s brokerage services under its broader Capital Markets offering. The decision to restart brokerage operations in Egypt, which was voluntarily suspended previously as the region recovered from the 2008 global recession which impacted trading volumes, is a key component of the Group’s long-term growth strategy, and reflects the firm’s belief in the fundamentals of the Egyptian market and the depth of opportunities available.
Fawad Tariq-Khan, General Manager of SHUAA Capital, explains: “SHUAA Capital believes there still exists significant untapped potential to serve clients eyeing the Egyptian market with our Securities business. Moreover, we have ambitious plans to extend our platforms further beyond our local jurisdictions, to allow clients both current and prospective, direct access to other markets through a single trading account, blended with a suite of increasingly comprehensive brokerage services. We look forward to relaunching operations soon, with the guidance of the Egyptian authorities and regulators.”
Once reinstated by the respective regulators, SHUAA Securities Egypt will form an important addition to SHUAA’s brokerage network by offering retail and high-net-worth clients from across the region access to the Egyptian capital markets.
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Established in 1979, SHUAA Capital psc (‘SHUAA’) is an integrated financial services firm headquartered in the United Arab Emirates. The firm services corporate and institutional clients, Governments, family businesses and high-net-worth-individuals with expertise in the areas of asset management, investment banking advisory services, capital markets and credit. SHUAA is a public shareholding company with its shares listed on the Dubai Financial Market. The firm is regulated as a financial investment company by the UAE Central Bank.