ENBD unit wins Nasdaq Dubai’s broker award
Dubai, January 30, 2013
Emirates NBD Securities, the brokerage arm of Emirates NBD, has been declared winner of Nasdaq Dubai’s Retail Broker of the Month Award for the fourth consecutive month in December 2012.
The Nasdaq Dubai’s Retail Broker of the Month Award is designed to give recognition to the Nasdaq Dubai member that is most active in trading on behalf of its retail clients on a monthly basis.
Abdulla Al Hosani, general manager, Emirates NBD Securities said: “It is a great achievement to sustain the award as the Retail Broker of the Month by Nasdaq Dubai for four consecutive months during the last quarter of 2012. This recognition encourages us to strive continuously to reach new heights while providing our customers with the best service along with enhanced products and services.”
“The value of retail trades handled by Emirates NBD Securities in December amounted to 32.32 per cent of the total value of retail trades handled by all members of the exchange during the month.
“Emirates NBD Securities has an exclusive and customer-focused service which allows investors to trade on Nasdaq Dubai listed shares in UAE Dirham as well as the default USD currency. This helps customers’ investments and trading activities to be more accessible which further promotes trading opportunities in Nasdaq Dubai,” he added.
The Emirates NBD Securities logo has been posted on the Nasdaq Tower in New York, with the message: “Nasdaq Dubai congratulates Emirates NBD Securities Retail Broker of the Month December 2012”. – TradeArabia News Service
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