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Killik opens Dubai office

Stockbroker Killik & Co has opened its first overseas office based in Dubai.

The new office is based in the Dubai International Financial Centre and will be offering stockbroking, financial management and financial planning services to individual clients. The company will also be offering corporate services such as share scheme administration and corporate broking.

Killik says opening an office in Dubai will allow the company to tap into the growth of one of the world’s fastest growing financial centres.

Managing director for Middle East and Asia Kashif Arbab says: “Dubai is one of the world’s leading trading centres and is especially attractive to the financial services industry because of its regional liquidity. Being part of the DIFC family provides us with a sound logistical and regulatory base from which to capitalise on investment opportunities in the region.”

Killik has 14 offices in the UK but this is the first office the company has opened outsie the UK.

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