Best's Briefing: Abu Dhabi Enters the Fray of Financial Services Hub Competition

June 2013
Insurance Broadcasting;6/4/2013, p1
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The article reports on the A. M. Best Co.'s Briefing titled "Abu Dhabi Enters the Fray of Financial Services Hub Competition," which claimed that the Middle Eastern insurance market is already well served by three hubs and that the establishment of another in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) would face challenges. It says that the success and contribution of the Global Marketplace Abu Dhabi to financial market development will depend on its ability to focus on specific niche market segments.


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