London:, UK-based leading global multi-regulated financial service provider, is delighted to announce the expansion of the group in the MENA region.

Founded in 2009, has swiftly grown over the years and has now extended its presence to Qatar, with a new regulation authorised by the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC). The expansion has now increased the list to more than 20 global offices and 7 regulations worldwide.

As an industry pioneer, entering the Qatar markets is a strategic move for the firm. The Qatar Financial Centre is one of the leading business and financial hubs in the GCC and MENA region, allowing companies to operate in line with international standards. Qatar remains one of the most competitive and powerful economies in the region despite challenging circumstances.

“Our vision for ICM’s continuous expansion has always been imperative. Despite ongoing Covid-19 disruptions, we are able to achieve steady growth and carry on branching out within the MENA region. We have chosen Qatar, being a financial hub and among the league of advanced economies in the region” declared Shoaib Abedi, Founder and CEO of

The new office is located in the heart of Qatar, Doha in a well-known iconic building, Tornado Tower, widening the company’s accessibility to clients in the region. The new rooting goes well with the group’s current sponsorship of the F1 team, Scuderia Alpha Tauri who are expected to compete in Qatar at the end of the month, as F1 races take place around the Middle East, with Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates to follow.

About ICM

ICM is a UK-based global multi-regulated financial service provider offering access to a diverse range of trading products, including forex, commodities, stocks and indices, for retail and institutional clients.

The brand was initiated in 2009 in the United Kingdom and has expanded rapidly worldwide to cater to both retail and institutional clients globally with local offices in the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, Latin America, Middle East, and other regions.

The brand is authorised and regulated in various jurisdictions around the world: Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK, Financial Services Commission in Mauritius (FSC Mauritius), Financial Services Authority of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (FSA), Association Romande des Intermediaries Financiers (ARIF) in Switzerland, Labuan Financial Services Authority (Labuan FSA) and Qatar Financial Centre Authority (QFC).

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