International Securities retains the title as top brokerage firm in UAE

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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UAE-based brokerage firm International Securities has retained the best brokerage firm title in the Emirates with a 56.3 percent market share and $134 billion (AED 494 billion) traded volume in 2021.

According to the statement, “International Securities, a subsidiary of the International Holding Company (IHC), acted as a joint book-runner (JBR) for the institutional tranche in $1.0 billion (AED4.0 billion) ADNOC Drilling IPO and the $789 million (AED 2.9 billion) Fertiglobe IPO in 2021.”

The brokerage firm also assisted the private listing of various Abu Dhabi-based companies with more than $76 billion (AED 280 billion) market cap.

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Ayman Hamed
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“Choosing the right broker can be one of the most challenging decisions for any investor. International Securities’ leading position and superior market share reflect many customers’ trust and satisfaction with our trading tools, excellent customer support, and a wide range of research and educational materials. Being a customer-centric company allows us to enable investors’ growth, making us the number one choice for many individuals and institutions.”

Last month, International Securities became the first brokerage firm in UAE’s market to be transformed entirely into the cloud. This step acts as an attractive opportunity that enables businesses to overcome buying expense and complexity, as well as infrastructure managing and implementation, as per the reports.

International Securities

Founded in 2001, International Securities is a brokerage firm headquartered in Abu Dhabi, specializing in equities & derivatives listed on the ADX, DFM, and NASDAQ Dubai. The firm is well-positioned to provide clients with a comprehensive service by providing expert advice and access to top market opportunities on local stock exchanges.

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