Doo Group expands MENA with new Dubai offices
Retail FX and CFDs broker Doo Group has announced the opening of two new offices in Dubai, which the company said will strengthen its position in the Middle East and North Africa regions, and also enhancing its ability to serve clients globally.
The first Doo Group Dubai office is located at 702A, Emaar Square Building 1, Downtown Dubai, UAE, representing a pivotal strategic base for Doo Group in the Middle East and a central hub for global operations. Positioned close to iconic landmarks like The Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Mall, the company said that this office guarantees excellent connectivity for international business dealings.
The other office is situated at 3101 The Dome Tower, Cluster N, JLT, a well-established business and residential area in Dubai. Boasting strategic advantages such as proximity to major business districts, accessibility, and a range of amenities, it further reinforces the company’s commitment to establishing a strong and dynamic presence in the region.
Doo Group stated that both locations, encompassing an area of approximately 5,500 to 6,500 square feet, have been meticulously designed to optimize both space utilization and natural light. Featuring open workspace areas, versatile meeting rooms, a sophisticated reception area, and an integrated pantry, these spaces are tailored to meet the diverse needs of our dynamic work environment.
Doo Group has slowly been increasing its presence in the MENA region leading up the new office openings. We had exclusively reported here at FNG back in November that Doo Prime, the group’s Dubai based offshore brokerage arm, had hired Startrader Senior Business Development Manager in the UAE, Ahtesham Amin Syed.
Doo Group operates licensed subsidiaries in several locales including the USA, UK, Australia, and Hong Kong, as well as offshore entities in Labuan, Seychelles, Mauritius, and Vanuatu. The company also apparently has plans to expand in the EU as well, making a number of senior hires recently for its Cyprus office, as previously reported here at FNG. Doo Group is controlled by Chinese national Junjie Chen.