DIFCA CEO to step down next month

DUBAI - The Dubai International Financial Centre Authority (DIFCA) has announced that Naser Nabulsi will step down from his post as CEO by January 2005. Dr Omar bin Sulaiman, who was appointed director-general last September, will lead the international search for a new CEO. He praised Mr. Nabulsi's entrepreneurial skills: “I'd like to thank Naser for his contribution to the DIFC and wish him every success for the future.”

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Published: Thu 23 Dec 2004, 10:51 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 11:48 AM

“I'm proud of what was accomplished at the DIFC and wish the team a very successful future,” Nabulsi said in a statement.

“We are now entering the next stage of development for the DIFC as we welcome an ever increasing number of world-class institutions to the DIFC and shall continue building on our success. We have achieved global awareness of the DIFC amongst financial institutions, have an independent world-class regulator in place and are well on our way to opening the new Dubai International Financial Exchange,” bin Sulaiman added.

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