Exclusive: Amana Capital to Move London Office Once More as Growth Continues

The broker recently launched an education portal with a number of highly reputable hires from London and the Middle East.

Amana Capital is about to further expand its team in London, Finance Magnates can confirm. The company has been contemplating a move of its London premises, which would be the company’s second move within less than three years.

The firm recently launched its own education portal called TradeCaptain.com. The effort is led by a team of experienced professionals from London and the Middle East. Formerly working for DailyFX, market analyst Alejandro Zambrano has joined the firm, teaming up with Walid Elhelw, a renowned Arabic market analyst from Amana’s Souqelmal.com, as well as Joe Hawa from CNBC Arabia.

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Commenting to Finance Magnates, Ziad Melhem, Chief Business Development Officer of Amana Capital, said: “We are experiencing major growth in our FCA-regulated operation and building on that with several plans. We’ve been very busy expanding the team in London and will be announcing soon key senior-level additions to the team.”

The company continues strong in the Middle East with the lucrative DFSA license attracting a number of clients from the UAE and Kuwait. The company marked an increase in its market share across the MENA region and has just moved to a prestigious location in Dubai International Financial Center Park Towers.

“Countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) generate the most clients for us, in particular UAE and Kuwait. In addition to that, we are relentlessly extending our global footprint into regions that started to offer us further growth opportunities, like China and Southeast Asia,” Mr Melhem elaborated.

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