Nasdaq Dubai and Oxford Business Group (OBG) announced Tuesday that they have formed a partnership to deliver financial intelligence and economic analysis for the Middle East. The service will be for investors and the business community of the region.
Through Nasdaq Dubai’s MarketSite, a space for thought leadership activities, OBG will launch The Report: Dubai 2019. Together, the two will also create briefings and facilitate discussion on economic trends and developments from countries in the Middle East. This will be targeted towards participants of the capital markets and senior executives.
OBG produces analysis on a number of sectors in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Egypt, and more. The sectors analyzed include financial services, energy, transport, industry, and retail.
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Commenting on the collaboration, Jana Treeck, Managing Director for the Middle East at Oxford Business Group said: “Our collaboration with the Middle East’s international financial exchange will provide us with new avenues to engage with business people and investors around the region. MarketSite at the exchange’s new offices in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) is an ideal venue for us to launch The Report: Dubai and provide briefings on a range of countries and sectors.”
Another Educational Initiative from Nasdaq Dubai
Nasdaq Dubai is a listing venue that facilitates regional and international issuers of equity, debt and other asset classes. This is the latest educational initiative for the exchange. Earlier this month Finance Magnates reported that Nasdaq Dubai is launching a campaign to promote trading in equities futures. The campaign is being launched in collaboration with Brokerage House Securities (BHS) – a broker based in the UAE.
Hamed Ali, Chief Executive of Nasdaq Dubai, added: “The exchange’s commitment to promoting thought leadership and high quality information will take a further step forward through our cooperation with OBG, whose reports and analysis covering nearly 40 countries are highly respected across the region. We will work with OBG to provide seminars and discussion on topical issues of interest to businesses, governments and investors, drawing on the knowledge base and extensive networks of contacts of both our organisations.”