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Company Overview of Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange

Company Overview

Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange operates as an electronic commodity and currency derivatives exchange that allows global participants to trade, clear, and settle transactions within the Gulf region. It offers futures and options contracts that cover precious metals, base metals, currencies, energy, equity indices, single stock futures, and soft commodities. The company also owns and operates a multi-asset clearing house. Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange was founded in 2005 and is based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Level UP (Floor 37)

Gold Tower (AU)

Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT)

PO Box 37736

Dubai,  340100

United Arab Emirates

Founded in 2005

Phone:

971 4 361 1616

Fax:

971 4 361 1617

Key Executives for Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange

Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Head of Soft Commodities
Chief Technology officer
Chief Business Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange Key Developments

Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange Presents at Asia 2017 13th Annual Asia Derivatives Conference, Nov-29-2017 01:30 PM

Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange Presents at Asia 2017 13th Annual Asia Derivatives Conference, Nov-29-2017 01:30 PM. Venue: The St. Regis Singapore, Sinagpore, Singapore. Speakers: Gaurang Desai, Chief Executive Officer.

Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange Presents at MENA Asset Management and Trading Summit, Nov-14-2017

Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange Presents at MENA Asset Management and Trading Summit, Nov-14-2017. Venue: Nassima Royal Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Presentation Date & Speakers: Nov-14-2017, Sudhan Sundaram, Head of Equity Products, Tobias Young, Head of Hydrocarbons.

The Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange and Ayedh Dejem Group to Launch Shariah-Compliant Spot Gold Contract

The Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange and Ayedh Dejem Group have agreed to develop and launch Shariah-compliant spot gold contract to be traded on an international exchange. The partnership enables both entities to increase their presence in the Saudi Arabian and wider GCC Islamic finance market, and attract the interest of regional Islamic financial institutions and banks.

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