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last updated on: 25 May 2016

Dlala Brokerage Company W.L.L.

Also known as: DB

fast facts

Country Qatar Ownership Type Private

Contact details

Primary address
Dlala Brokerage and Investments Holding Company Q.S.C. Building
Salwa Street
Mezzanine Floor
Al Azizia Area
24571
Qatar
Doha
Region
Doha

Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY (Expand All)
  • Financial Services
    1. Securities Brokers and Traders
      1. Conventional (Primary Industry)

Officers

  • Name availableChairman
  • Name availablePresident
  • Name availableManaging Director
  • Name availableGeneral Manager, Information Technology
  • Name availableAssistant General Manager, Brokerage
  • Name availableSenior Compliance Manager
  • Name availableFinance Manager
  • Name availableOperations Manager
  • Name availablePublic Relations Manager
  • Name availableAdministration and Human Resources Manager

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