DFM attracted 51,404 new investors during first quarter of this year.
The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) will organise its annual 2022 International Investors Roadshow on and June 9 and 10, 2022, in collaboration with HSBC.
The Roadshow will connect senior executives of leading issuers of equities, Sukuk and bonds on Dubai capital markets with numerous leading investment institutions globally.
The resumption of the Dubai Financial Market’s annual international investors roadshows in London, initiated in 2007 in a pioneering step among regional financial markets, represents a strong return to the in-person attendance for the first time in two years.
The roadshows were virtually organised during the past two years as part of the COVID-19 precautionary measures. The Roadshow will coincide with the GCC London Conference, organised by HSBC and focusing on emerging markets, offering participating companies a unique opportunity to share their business developments and growth strategies with a wide-ranging equity and fixed income international investment institutions.
Participating equity and fixed income issuers in the Dubai Financial Market international investors roadshow include 9 companies listed on DFM and Nasdaq Dubai, namely Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa), Dubai Islamic Bank, Emaar Properties, Emaar Development, Emirates NBD, DP World, Amanat, Aramex, and DFM Company.
Hamed Ali, CEO of the Dubai Financial Market and Nasdaq Dubai, said, “As part of our constant efforts to further attract global investments to financial markets in Dubai and we have been committed to virtually organising international investor roadshows over the past two years, yet we believe that our return to the in-person linkage with global fund managers is well timed considering the strong interest towards Dubai’s financial markets.”
“Dubai’s numerous development plans and initiatives aimed at implementing its ambitious strategy to develop its financial markets have reinforced their presence on the radar of global investment institutions, which is clearly reflected on the performance indicators recently.”
“DFM attracted 51,404 new investors during first quarter of 2022, 73.4 per cent of them are foreign investors, bringing the total number of its investor base to 903,077 investors representing 209 nationalities, which reflects their growing interest in the Dubai Financial Market opportunities, whether through trading or participating in public offerings.” We are pleased with leading companies’ commitment to participate, and particularly welcome the first presence of Dewa few weeks after the outstanding success of its public offering, the biggest in UAE’s financial markets history, as well as the active trading of its shares post listing.”
We believe that the foreign investments are poised to gain more momentum, with the continued diversification of opportunities and the accelerating pace of public offering, whether government-related or private and family businesses,” Hamed Ali added.