Nasdaq Dubai is a Dubai-based stock exchange that lists regional and international shares in the Middle East. Through the exchange, regional issuers can access regional and international investment. International issuers can access investment from the region, through a primary or dual listing. The Nasdaq Dubai region includes the United Arab Emirates and the rest of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the wider Middle East and North Africa, Turkey and the Indian sub-continent. The majority shareholder of Nasdaq Dubai is DFM, which acquired two thirds of the shares in May 2010 from Borse Dubai and Nasdaq OMX Group. Borse Dubai still owns one third of the shares. Nasdaq Dubai is located in the Dubai International Financial Centre, a financial free zone. The exchange is regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority. Nasdaq Dubai sees financial education as a key factor in the development of a successful, world-class capital market. It has established Nasdaq Dubai Academy to provide training courses that will support the educational requirements of a range of market participants, including issuers, members, investors and the general public.
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