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GO Markets’ Giant Leap into MENA; Granted DMCC and DGCX Membership

17 April 2019 By GO Markets



GO Markets is pleased to announce its expansion into the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) region, operating as GO Markets MENA DMCC in Dubai, UAE.

Located within the economic ‘free zone’ of the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), GO Markets MENA DMCC has obtained its membership with the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX).

GO Markets CEO Christopher Gore said:

“Establishing a presence in the MENA region has been on our wish list for some time, so I’m very happy to see things finally coming together. What we’re trying to achieve here is somewhat different to what we’ve done elsewhere, and I believe we’ve got the technology and talent on the ground to make it happen. The DMCC and DGCX have given us a great opportunity and we hope to be a strong contributor and innovator for them in the years ahead.”

GO Markets MENA DMCC is applying for its Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) license and in the process of establishing a physical presence in the UAE to service its new and existing clientele.

GO Markets has established a solid global reputation as a trusted and reliable CFD provider, and this expansion will help traders access a wider range of quality instruments with competitive rates.

About GO Markets

GO Markets is a provider of Forex and CFD trading services, offering Margin FX, Commodities trading, Indices and Share CFDs trading to individuals and wholesale clients globally. GO Markets holds an AFSL (Australian Financial Services License) with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

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