Arpita Singh - Writing Contributor and Fact Checker for ForexBroker.ae
Arpita Singh is the main writer at ForexBroker.ae. Having years of professional working experience in the UAE's finance and banking sector; she is also responsible for fact-checking concepts, reviews, and related details about brokers and exchanges listed on this website.
Senior investment professional with 10+ years of top tier Private Equity and Sovereign Wealth Fund experience through Developed and Emerging Markets across various sectors including technology, healthcare, education and financial services.
Her key strengths include transaction origination, financial analysis, modeling & valuation, due diligence, structuring, negotiation, execution, and post acquisition portfolio management.
Investment Corporation of Dubai
Senior Financial Analyst, Investments
October 2016 - Present
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD) is the principal investment arm of the Government of Dubai.
Emirates Investment Authority
5 years 11 months
Investment Manager April 2012 - September 2016 (4 years 6 months)
November 2010 - March 2012 (1 year 5 months)
The Emirates Investment Authority (EIA) is the first federal sovereign wealth fund for all seven states comprising the United Arab Emirates.
Senior Financial Analyst
February 2006 - September 2010 (4 years 8 months)
Built financial models including discounted cashflow (DCF), leveraged buyout (LBO), accretion/dilution, conducted comparable company and financial analysis.
University of Adelaide
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Best Online Brokers for trading Forex, Bitcoin, CFDs and Stocks in the UAE
Here is a list of top online brokers to open an account for trading Forex, Bitcoin, CFDs and Stocks in the UAE. These brokers have above-average reviews on sites like Reddit, Quora and Trustpilot; and are totally legit, safe and trustworthy for UAE citizens and residents.
The brokers listed on this webpage accept clients from within the United Arab Emirates. Most of these companies provide an online trading platform for fiat currencies (such as Pound Sterling, the Euro, the US dollar, Japanese Yen etc.), buying and selling of cryptocurrencies (for example Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether, XRP etc.), stocks (this includes listings on Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, Borse Dubai, Dubai Mercantile Exchange, Dubai Financial Market and NASDAQ Dubai), CFDs (Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Tesla etc.), UAE government and corporate bonds, and short-term to long-term fixed income securities.
- Olymp Trade - People simply love this one (Olymp Trade Review)
- Binance - World's largest cryptocurrency e-wallet and exchange that also has an online trading platform, where their members can invest or trade in virtually hundreds of cryptocurrencies and new tokens. (Binance Review)
- IG Markets UAE - UK broker located at Tower 2, Level 27, Al Fattan Currency House, DIFC. (IG Markets UAE Review)
- City Index Middle East - London-city broker with a branch in the UAE. (City Index Middle East Review)
- eToro - Social trading platform, but much better options are available out there. (eToro Review)
- Swissquote - It's a Swiss bank that offers an online trading platform for forex and CFD trading. (Swissquote Review)
- easyMarkets - Israeli brand that is big all over. (easyMarkets Review)
- OANDA - American broker that is now spreading its wings. (OANDA Review)
- Forex.com - Google ranks them in the top 10 for the term "forex". (Forex.com Review)
- Plus500 - UK brand that has its own platform, OK for CFDs, with mediocre reviews. (Plus500 Review)
- AvaTrade - Regulated by ADGM's Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) in Abu Dhabi. (AvaTrade Review)
- FXCM.com - Oldest brand when it comes to retail online forex trading. (FXCM.com Review)
- Mashreq Neo - An online trading platform provided by Mashreq Bank. (Mashreq Neo Review)
- ForexTime (FXTM) - Owned by Andrey Dashin from the Alpari broker fame. (ForexTime FXTM Review)
- Noor Capital - Licensed and Regulated by the UAE Central Bank and SCA. (Noor Capital Review)
- XM.com - XM broker is big in Africa and South East Asia, and now promoting themselves hard in the UAE. (XM.com Review)
- Saxo Bank - Danish Investment Bank with a long history of catering for premium forex investors. It also provides crypto trading facility. (Saxo Bank Review)
- Pepperstone - Originally Australian, but licensed locally by Dubai Financial Services Authority. (Pepperstone Review)
- ADSS - Based out of Abu Dhabi and regulated by the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates. (ADSS Review)
- CMC Markets - UK-based broker that is popular among CFD traders. (CMC Markets Review)
- Orient Finance - Local online-trading broker that caters to novice traders looking to invest in the foreign exchange markets. (Orient Finance Review)
- Alfa Financial - Their office is located at City Centre Deira on Port Saeed Road; and generally tends to attract investors within Dubai. (Alfa Financial Review)
- One Financial Markets - Local forex broker with an office at Dubai International Financial Centre at Index Tower. (One Financial Markets Review)
- Amana Capital - A broker located at Central Park Towers, Dubai International Financial Center. (Amana Capital Review)
- ETX Capital - UK broker that has a decent reputation among Arab investors. (ETX Capital Review)
- Century Financial - Old online-trading broker with an office at Level 6, Building 4, Emaar Square, Downtown Dubai. (Century Financial Review)
- IFCM UAE - Nothing special about IFC Markets, but it does have a dedicated .AE website for UAE clients. (IFCM UAE Review)
- EARNEX - This one is present at Jumeirah Lakes Towers and is licensed by the SCA. (EARNEX Review)
- Interactive Brokers - American online-trading broker that is expanding into Asian and Arab markets nowadays. (Interactive Brokers Review)
- Rakuten Securities - Japanese broker that usually looks out for large institutional investors. (Rakuten Securities Review)
- Dukascopy Bank SA - Swiss bank that offers online forex trading on its own proprietary platform. (Dukascopy Bank SA Review)
- Gulfbrokers ae - Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) regulates this broker, but there nothing extraordinary about this brand. (Gulfbrokers AE Review)
- IQ Option - It's a below-average broker with no Dubai office, but does have a toll-free virtual number for UAE: 800 032 0891 -> No Arabic, English only. (IQ Option Review)