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last updated on: 26 May 2016

Abu Dhabi Islamic Securities Company LLC

Also known as: ADIB Securities
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Business Summary Provides Islamic brokerage services. Country of Incorporation UAE Ownership Type Private Established In 2005 Number of Employees 20

Contact details

Primary address
Al Bateen Building
Bainuna Street
Ground Floor
Al Bateen Area
106466
UAE
Abu Dhabi
Region
Abu Dhabi
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