Swiss wealth adviser and UK insurance broker open Dubai offices as DIFC new firms soar

Mark Battersby
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Zurich-headquartered wealth adviser Kendris has set up a subsidiary in the Dubai International Financial Centre in a strategic push to develop its client base in the Middle East. Kendris Corporate Services (DIFC) led by managing officer Fadi Kikano will continue to serve existing clients built up over a 35-year period from its Swiss base while giving a presence DIFC which marked its "long-standing commitment to the region and an important new step in our Middle East strategy", it said in a statement. The new office is based in the DIFC innovation Hub in Gate Avenue. Kikano said: "W...

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