How will two new regulatory heads in the Middle East shape its future?

Mark Battersby
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The Middle East is coming of age in regulatory terms as great swathes of new rules are driving the direction of travel towards a level of professionalism in the financial services industry across the region not seen before. Amid the many changes occurring in the region, two new head of key regulators have come on board this year to help shape its future. Over at the Dubai Financial Services Authority a new face has come on board with a different sort of background as chief executive, Christopher Calabia, who took over from Bryan Stirewalt on 1 October. A former executive at the Fed...

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