FSS 2020 International Conference Dubai International Financial Center An Overview, June 2007 .


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FSS 2020 International Conference “Dubai International Financial Centre” An Overview, June 2007. Why Dubai?. Political and Economic stability Proactive government policies aimed at economic diversification and liberalization Full government support for new global initiatives
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FSS 2020 International Conference "Dubai International Financial Center" An Overview, June 2007

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Why Dubai? Political and Economic solidness Proactive government approaches went for monetary expansion and advancement Full government bolster for new worldwide activities Business Centric Recognized as a provincial center point with an effective and dependable reputation No direct expenses on corporate benefits/individual salary 100% repatriation of capital and benefit Diversely talented, knowledgeable, multi social & multi lingual workforce Modern Infrastructure as per the most proficient global benchmarks. Interest in foundation has brought about lower cost of working together, coordinations and conveyance of administrations. Present day media transmission systems and most astounding web infiltration and usage rates in the MENA district A goal of decision for FDI with more than 150 multi-national organizations of the Global 500, including the Top 10 have a built up nearness in Dubai.

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Dubai Strategic Plan 2015 – Horizon 1 Horizon 3 Dubai 2015 "Seed ventures for future abilities" Higher effect on Knowledge Economy Education Emerging Sectors Biotech Nanotech R & D Horizon 2 "Apply center skills to new ranges" Technology Enabled administrations Telecom Media IT Energy Healthcare Financial Horizon 1 "Do what we specialize in, better" Trade Logistics Transportation Tourism Lower affect on Knowledge Economy Long Term Impact Short Term Impact

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Why Dubai? Great Global Connectivity World\'s third biggest dynamic re-send out center point after Singapore & Hong Kong Jebel Ali is the world\'s biggest man-made port, home to 5,500 organizations from more than 120 nations Dubai Ports positioned as ninth Top Container Port Worldwide overhauling more than 120 transportation lines with 7.62 million TEUs took care of in 2005. Dubai Airport associating 113 carriers and serving more than 194 goals In 2006 air terminal movement hit 28.7 million travelers; anticipated that would develop to 60 million by 2010 Source: Dubai International Airport, Department of Civil Aviation Dubai, DP World

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Why Dubai? Vital focal area Favorable assessment structure Competitive business environment Quality of life Pro-business government Language aptitudes Dynamic business environment Flexibility work advertise Advantageous time zone World-class Infrastructure Proximity to existing operation/generation site Dubai is a favored area for territorial and worldwide HQs of numerous transnational and multinational enterprises . Dubai positions solid on all movement measures.

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Dubai Strategic Plan 2015 - Horizon 2 Horizon 3 Dubai 2015 "Seed speculations for future abilities" Higher effect on Knowledge Economy Education Emerging Sectors Biotech Nanotech R & D Horizon 2 "Apply center skills to new territories" Technology Enabled administrations Telecom Media IT Energy Healthcare Financial Horizon 1 "Do what we excel at, better" Trade Logistics Transportation Tourism Lower affect on Knowledge Economy Long Term Impact Short Term Impact

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Cluster Based Economy

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Dubai Strategic Plan 2015 - Horizon 3 Horizon 3 Dubai 2015 "Seed ventures for future capabilities" Higher effect on Knowledge Economy Education Emerging Sectors Biotech Nanotech R & D Horizon 2 "Apply center abilities to new ranges" Technology Enabled administrations Telecom Media IT Energy Healthcare Financial Horizon 1 "Do what we specialize in, better" Trade Logistics Transportation Tourism Lower affect on Knowledge Economy Long Term Impact Short Term Impact

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Dubai 2015: Strategy Highlights Economic Development Aims : Sustain a GDP development rate of 11% for every annum Achieve a GDP for each capita of USD 44,000 Increase efficiency by 4% for every annum Move existing areas of quality to new boondocks, both locally and globally

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DIFC Region - A Favorable Economic Environment 42 nations crossing the Middle East, North & Eastern Africa, the Caspian and the Subcontinent Population of 2.2 billion individuals (2005) US$2.3 trillion consolidated GDP (2005) 1 Financial abundance of high total assets people in the Middle East district is assessed to develop at 19.7%, outperforming the pace of development of that in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. 2 Regional riches contributed abroad: $1.8 trillion DIFC Region Total Exports > US$1 trillion (2006) DIFC Region Total Imports > US$850 billion (2006) 1 Source: EIU Data 2 Source: Merrill Lynch Capgemini World Wealth Report 2006

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A Window to Regional Opportunities… High oil costs, expanded government spending and plentiful liquidity have created a venture and utilization blast that is fortifying development in the district. Territorial governments seeking after enhancement techniques, receiving monetary changes, state divestment & privatization arranges, bringing about alluring prospects over an assortment of divisions . Meed Projects. Information as of May 24, 2006

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Office of the President of the DIFC headed by DIFC Governor (Dr. Omar Bin Sulaiman) Dubai International Financial Center Judicial Authority (DIFC Courts) Dubai International Financial Center Authority (DIFC Authority) Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) DIFC Investments Registrar of Security Registrar of Companies Hawkamah Corporate Governance Institute (CGI) Dubai International Financial Exchange Limited (DIFX) DIFC-Structure

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DIFC-Value Proposition A Clear & Transparent Legislation DFSA: World Class Regulations DIFC Courts: Independent Judicial System A committed monetary administrations group DIFX: Liquid & Transparent International Exchange Hawkamah Institute for Corporate Governance Window to an abundance of chances DIFC Education Strategy: Access to Talent DIFC Resource Center: Business Support Services

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Sectors of Focus Banking Services (Investment Banking, Corporate Banking & Private Banking) Capital Markets (Equity, Debt Instruments, Derivatives and Commodity Trading) Asset Management & Fund Registration Islamic Finance Insurance & Reinsurance Business Processing Operations Ancillary Services

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 Tokyo  Sydney A Liquid & Transparent International Exchange International Issuers looking for Regional Investors Regional Investors looking for International Investments A Platform for … Regional Issuers looking for International Investors International Investors looking for Regional Investments Liquidity secured through territorial and worldwide liquidity suppliers and market producers

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Insurance Broking & Mgmt Re-Insurance Islamic Finance Asset Mgmt & Fund Registration Banking Services Zurich AIG Alico JLT Risk Solutions Takaful Re Alliance Re Scottish Re Injazat Crescent Standard Arcap Inssef Unicorn Inv. Bank Amanah Fin. Ser. SEDCO Ansbacher SHUAA Capital Franklin Templeton Mellon Global Invs. Merrill Lynch EFG Hermes Deutsche Bank Credit Suisse HSBC Standard Chartered Barclays Bank Citigroup Non-Regulated ASPs Bloomberg IFC SWIFT Dubai Int\'l Capital Moody\'s Schlumberger TOTAL=352 Al Tamimi & Co. KPMG Grant Thornton Clifford Chance Allen & Overy Linklaters DIFC Achievements Data as of January fourth 2007

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A Strong Ramp Up of Members… for more data please allude to www.difx.ae

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1990 DIFC

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After 2000

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Central Park Boulevard Central District Gate Boulevard Park Avenue Gate District Gate Village District DIFC District

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DIFC District

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DIFC Population Potential Data in view of Internal appraisals

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A Cosmopolitan District An independent ultra-present day monetary area, lodging workplaces, overhauled flats, inns, shops and eateries. 4 million square feet of ultra-current prime office space, intended to meet, and surpass, the requests of the world\'s most complex global money related establishments. 32,698 underground auto parking spots and a robotized travel framework which will circumnavigate the whole locale. World-class foundation with access to a brilliant and complex media transmission framework, encouraging simple correspondence with U.S., Europe and Asia. Situating in a devoted monetary administrations center point with access to respectable expert administrations and operational bolster firms, and in close physical closeness to an abundance of business openings.

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