The new office will enable the firm to engage prospective clients in the DIFC and the region. With offices in the US and subsidiaries in the UK and Australia, Fisher Investments views the DIFC as a major commercial hub of the Middle East, Africa and South Asia, and a gateway to growing its business operations regionally.
Fisher Investments executive vice-president Justin Arbuckle said: “The DIFC’s stable political and economic environment, free economic system, and central location have made it an attractive destination for us to open a branch.”
Jeffrey Singer, CEO of the DIFC Authority, said: “We are pleased to welcome Fisher Investments to the DIFC. The establishment of their office here is a positive development which will help to diversify the asset management offering at the centre.”
Fisher Investments is one of the world’s largest independent investment advisers.
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