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Abu Dhabi-based ADS Securities is the largest brokerage by volume in the Middle East and one of the fastest growing forex and investment companies globally.Press Release - 22-Dec-2015
Abu Dhabi, 29 October 2015 The upgrade of the UAE and Qatar's classification on the MSCI Global Equities Index from Frontier to Emerging Market status has meant greater stability and more investment, and prompted an increased focus on corporate governance, according to Abu Dhabi-based international financial services company ADS Securities.Press Release - 29-Oct-2015
20 October 2015 The Duemme GCC Markets fund will offer global investors access to new markets and geographical diversification opportunitiesDuemme SGR SpA - the asset management company owned by the Mediobanca and Mediolanum private banking group Banca Esperia - and ADS Securities - an international financial services company based in Abu Dhabi - have joined forces to offer global investors excitiPress Release - 20-Oct-2015
ADS Securities, has announced that Dr Ryan Lemand has joined its team.Press Release - 28-Sep-2015
27 September 2015Oversubscribed US$700 million Etihad Airways and Partner Airlines' Bond Shows Market DemandAbu Dhabi - ADS Securities, one of the joint book-runners, with Goldman Sachs International and Anoa Capital, has confirmed that the Etihad Airways Platform Financing bond raised US$700million. Philippe Ghanem, CEO and Vice-Chairman of ADS Securities, who was very happy with the markets' resPress Release - 27-Sep-2015
A Macron victory would likely produce a rally in French government bonds, while a Le Pen victory is probably the worst scenario.
Changes in the global political climate have resulted in increasing uncertainty in trading markets and economies around the world. For investors, this could be either a great time to invest in assets or a better time to protect their net worth.