JPMorgan has opened a new office in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The financial institution marked the opening with a reception attended by His Excellency Khalil Mohammed Sharif Foulathi, Central Bank of UAE chairman, government officials and clients. Heidi Miller, chief executive of JPMorgan Treasury & Securities Services, hosted the reception.
Asif Raza, head of JPMorgan Treasury & Securities Services in the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region, said: “Opening an office in Abu Dhabi is an important milestone for us in this region and demonstrates the strategic importance of Abu Dhabi to our business. The office will further strengthen our ties to the local business and financial community, and enable us to help these clients meet their needs.”
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