International firms to accelerate presence in MENA region says IFA survey 

Mark Battersby
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85% of independent financial advisers and wealth managers in MENA, who collectively manage assets of around $290bn, expect international firms to grow their presence in the region over the next three years. The new study by behavioural finance experts Oxford Risk involved Independent research company PureProfile interviewing 100 independent financial advisers and wealth managers in Egypt, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain during April 2022 using an online methodology. It found 62% believe expansion is being fuelled by increased international investmen...

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